Common Injuries in Washington State Auto Accidents
For most people, a serious auto accident is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that they would rather forget. Between the damage to your vehicle, dealing with insurance companies, seeking medical treatment, and figuring out how you are still going to get to work every day, there are plenty of reasons to feel overwhelmed and want nothing more than to just move on with your life.
However, as Seattle personal injury attorneys, for us your life-changing event is just another day at the office. That is not meant to sound harsh – we pride ourselves on being some of the most compassionate personal injury attorneys in Washington – rather, it is meant to demonstrate that we have the training, skill, and expertise required to help you get the care and compensation you need to put the accident behind you. In fact, there are many common injuries in Washington auto accidents, and we have helped numerous clients with these injuries get the compensation they deserve.
Seattle Personal Injury Attorneys for Auto Accident Victims
In 2010 (the last year for which data are available), 1,516 drivers suffered serious personal injuries and 281 were killed in Washington State car and motorcycle accidents. Additionally, there were 508 car and motorcycle passengers who suffered serious personal injuries, and 100 passenger fatalities. Undoubtedly, many of these deaths and injuries were the result of negligence on the part of other drivers.
If you are hurt in a vehicle collision, our Seattle personal injury lawyers can assess whether someone else may be responsible for causing the accident. If so, we will fight vigorously to help you receive maximum compensation for your property damage, physical injuries, financial strain, and emotional harm.
Common injuries suffered in Seattle car accidents include the following:
- Head and brain trauma
- Spinal cord damage
- Internal organ damage
- Fractured or broken bones
- Burns, bruises, and cuts
- Muscle and nerve damage
- Face and eye injuries
- Loss of limbs
- Paralysis (paraplegia or quadriplegia)
If you have suffered any of these common injuries (or any other injury) as a result of car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Do not hesitate to seek legal counsel. Someone has to pay for your losses—shouldn’t it be the person who caused them? At Law Offices of Dean Standish Perkins and Associates, we will put our legal skill and experience to work for you to help ensure that you are reimbursed for the time, money, and quality of life you have lost as a result of your accident.
Contact a Seattle Personal Injury Attorney Today
To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your personal injury claim, please contact us today. Let our Seattle personal injury lawyers put their experience and proven record of success representing common personal injury victims to work for you.