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At Soloman Law, we pledge to you that we will apply our over 25 years of legal experience (over 1,000 clients), courtroom and trial appearances, and legal knowledge to resolve and achieve the best outcome for your case. Although the “LAW” may be the same, every single client’s situation and personal story must be carefully heard, understood, and examined to find a just solution. We measure success in our legal practice by our clients’ informed decisions and personal appreciation for the final result achieved. We look forward to meeting you over the phone and in person.
After any accident you should call the police to investigate the collision. You should also contact your insurance company. If you have Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage, your insurance carrier should help with your initial out-of-pocket expenses, such as medical bills, wage loss and essential services. You may also have a claim for general damages for pain and suffering if you have sustained painful and lingering injuries. And remember that you have the right to competent, aggressive legal representation to help you deal with the insurance company and help you receive a fair settlement. Do not wait to seek legal help. Often insurance adjusters will get you to make statements or sign documents that will prejudice your claim. At Soloman Law we can begin handling your case with just one call.
|If you were injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you probably have a claim worthy of hiring legal representation. With one call to Soloman Law you can set up a free no-obligation consultation in your home, office or other place convenient to you. During this consultation we usually ask a number of questions to better understand your case: was the accident or injury the fault of another party’s negligence? Did you suffer injuries and incur related medical costs? Did your injuries result in permanent disabilities or disfigurement (such as scars)? Did the negligent party have insurance coverage at the time of the accident? Did you have insurance (including uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage) on your vehicle at the time of the accident? If you were a passenger, did the owner of the vehicle have insurance? Based on the responses to these questions and others, we can tell you early on if you have a case worth pursuing.|
|Many people wonder what kind of compensation they can expect from their case. The value of your claim depends on many factors, such as the nature, extent and duration of your injuries, the amount of your medical bills, lost wages, and the ultimate outcome of the healing process (especially if the injuries are permanent). Once we have thoroughly investigated your accident and injuries, we then have the necessary information to know the value of your claim and begin to negotiate a fair settlement for your case.|
|In Washington State, you only have three years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury lawsuit. If you exceed this time limit because you were unaware of your injuries, call our office to find out if you can still file a claim.|
|Personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. This means that we provide our services without receiving any compensation unless you receive a settlement. If you do, we receive a percentage of the financial award agreed upon ahead of time. At Soloman Law it's great to get 28! We charge our clients a flat 28% contingency fee from the gross settlement amount versus the industry standard 33 1/3%. This saves our clients 5 1/3%.|
|You could receive compensation for all of your current and future medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, rehabilitation expenses, and any other ways that your life and finances have been affected by your accident and injuries.|