Personal Injury Attorneys in Kennewick, Washington
Kennewick personal injury lawyers and attorneys for a car accident, motorcycle accident, and semi truck accident clients in Kennewick, Washington. The personal injury attorneys at the Parke Gordon Law Firm in Kennewick have provided extraordinary service to an accident and injured residents of Tri-Cities, WA including Pasco, Richland, and Kennewick. Personal injury attorney Mat Parke is aggressive, trusted and experienced. Our Kennewick personal injury lawyers strive to obtain the best possible settlement for each of our personal injury clients. Receive a free consultation with an experienced lawyer in Kennewick, WA. We will review your case for free over the phone or in person. In addition, you pay nothing until your case is settled. Call our personal injury law firm in Kennewick now at (509) 582-7274.
How Much is a Personal Injury Case Worth?
A personal injury case worth varies depending on the type of accident as well as a number of other factors. Some of these factors include who is liable, how severe are the injuries, and how hard is your personal injury attorney willing to fight for you. A good lawyer will build the value of an injury claim by pursuing recovery of all damages by hiring doctors, economists, and other experts to document all recoverable damages. The personal injury attorneys at Parke Gordon Law Firm are experienced in maximizing the value of an injury claim and will fight for every penny you are owed.
Factors of a Personal Injury Case
The amount of your claim could be based on the expenses of a few factors such as:
- Lost wages
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Stress or burdens on you or your family
These factors greatly vary depending on if you’ve been injured in a car accident, motorcycle accident, semi truck accident, or suffering a wrongful death of a loved one. The experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys at Parke Gordon Law Firm believe every client deserves fair representation to gain to compensation deserved from their injury claim. There are many other small factors that could pertain to your particular injury claim. That is exactly why it will be a lot less stressful and easier for you to hire an attorney that knows what to do. Call the law office of Parke Gordon Law Firm today for a free consultation at (509) 582-7274 today to get started on your case.
What to Expect During the First Meeting with a Personal Injury Lawyer
After being injured in an accident, you must first determine to hire a personal injury lawyer. Hiring a competent injury attorney can greatly help your case to go more smoothly. However, some may be worried about what to expect during the first meeting with a personal injury lawyer. Here are some things you can expect during the first meeting with a personal injury lawyer.
Before the First Meeting with a Personal Injury Lawyer
Before the first meeting with a personal injury lawyer be sure to NOT talk with your insurance company. In addition, if the insurance company of the other party tries to contact you, do NOT speak with them. Any statements that you provide to an insurance company could be harmful to your case later. Insurance companies know how to manipulate the things you say in a way that could actually hurt your case.
Things to Bring to Your First Meeting with a Personal Injury Lawyer
- Health and auto insurance information
- Any medical bills you may have already received from the accident
- The information you gathered from the accident such as statements from witnesses, photos of the accident, etc. Read some tips on what to do after a car accident.
During the First Meeting with a Personal Injury Lawyer
After an attorney has agreed to accept your case, all communications regarding your case should go through your attorney’s office. At your first meeting, you will be asked to sign documentation called a “retainer” or a “representation agreement.” This is a contract with your attorney that outlines the terms of representation.
During the first meeting, your lawyer will ask you for greater details about the accident as well as more details about your injuries. To prepare yourself, think of any questions such as who, what, where, when, why, and how regarding the accident or your injuries. This will prepare your mind to answer the questions in your meeting more efficiently. The longevity of your first meeting will depend on how severe your injuries were and who was involved in the accident.
Keep in mind some of the questions your personal injury attorney may ask in your first meeting may be difficult to answer. Your attorney needs the information to better your case and get you the best possible result.
In some cases, your attorney may feel it is necessary to do further research regarding your case. This is not unusual and nothing to be alarmed about.
Will My Personal Injury Case Need to Go to Court?
The experienced personal injury attorneys at Parke Gordon Law Firm will work hard to prevent the need for trial by building a strong case demonstrating how likely you are to receive a court verdict in your favor. This is one reason why if we don’t think you have a good case, we don’t take it on in the first place.
Insurance companies and the other party will do whatever they can to pay you as little compensation as possible. They will even go so far as to try to make you look like the guilty party. This is exactly why you need an experienced and trusted attorney on your side. Let the trusted, aggressive and experienced attorneys at Parke Gordon Law Firm help you beat Goliath! Read some of our Client Reviews to see the dedication of Parke Gordon Law Firm.
Liability for Weather Related Car Accidents
When a driver gets behind the wheel of a vehicle, they take full responsibility for their actions. Drivers are expected to stay off the roadway if weather conditions are too hazardous to operate a vehicle. That means a driver cannot use weather conditions as an excuse for causing an accident. Drivers are to use extreme caution when operating a vehicle on slick, icy or snowy roads. Precautions include slowing down, pulling over if visibility is poor, or staying home altogether.
When determining fault for an accident, a police officer will consider road conditions as well as the actions of both drivers. Typically, when a driver loses control of the vehicle, that driver will be held responsible for the damages caused by an accident. For example, if a driver slides into the vehicle in front of them due to ice, the driver will be held responsible for rear-ending and is liable for any property, medical or other damages caused. However, if icy roads cause two or more drivers to lose control and slide into each other, the responding officer may decide to hold each driver liable for their own damages.
Call a Kennewick, Washington Personal Injury Attorney Now
Call now to speak to a Kennewick, Washington personal injury attorney about your case. We will fight the big insurance companies in your behalf. We’re here to help you maximize your settlement and get you the compensation you deserve.
Kennewick, Washington is the most populated of all the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, Richland). Located in the southeastern part of Washington state, Kennewick sits along the southwest bank of the Columbia River and southeast of the Columbia River and Yakima river.
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Tri-Cities, Washington Law Office
Our Tri-Cities, Washington law office provides legal services to injury clients in and surrounding Tri-Cities, including clients injured in accidents in Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland, Washington. Visit or call our Tri-Cities office now.
8905 W Gage Blvd, #200
Kennewick, WA 99336