In a city the size of Redmond there are bound to be a motor vehicle accident, that is why the representation of a personal injury lawyer is important. Redmond is actually the seventh biggest city in King county, it is located about 20 miles east of Seattle on the northern tip of Lake Sammamish. Redmond has a generally high quality of life with a great park and school system. It is a very diverse city with many shopping and dining centers and recreational opportunities.
The city has attracted many large companies such as AT&T, Nintendo and Microsoft which hold local headquarters and campuses within the city limits. It is a well-known center of technology in the greater Seattle area.
Weather your injury was caused by someone’s inattention or even reckless driving you need the professional assistance of an accident attorney that can help you resolve your case. There are several important considerations when involved in a vehicle accident. The first is that you should gather and keep as much evidence as you possible. Take photographs of the wreck and vehicles and document information about injuries, parties involved, witnesses, the vehicles involved and any incurred expenses after the fact.
You are not obligated to and neither should you give any written or recorded interview to the insurance company handling the other party’s case. You should also not sign any releases for your medical documentation unless you are advised to do so by an accident lawyer. Giving insurance companies access to your records will allow them to open channels of communication with your doctor or any other healthcare providers. In the end signing a release may affect your rights.
You really should not settle your injury case until you are fully recovered as there might be unforeseen circumstances. Keep in mind there is a statute of limitations on all injury claims so you would need to resolve the case before such a limitation is enforceable.
We focus on helping seriously injured individuals; we get paid only once your case settles. We work on a contingency basis converting the upfront costs of a case so you are not liable until the case is resolved.
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