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Tri-Cities Attorney Question and Answer

Personal Injury Question and Answer

Here are some answers to some commonly asked personal injury related questions.

What is a good resource for judicial elections?

That's a good question. Since judicial positions are non-partisan, voters can't just vote along party lines.  The Washington State Bar Association has created Voting for Judges to help you evaluate your choices for judicial elections.

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If a car crashes into me, can they blame someone else for cutting them off?

 The short answer is yes.

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Is the Tri-Cities a safe place to drive?

The Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, & Richland, Washington) is one of the safest places to drive in the country.

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Do I have to reimburse my health insurance even though the injury was not my fault?

Whether or not you have to reimburse your health insurance depends largely on whether or not your insurance is governed by state or federal law.

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What is the value of my claim?

Valuing a claim is a complex process. Many insurance companies use a software program named Colossus to help them determine the value of your claim.

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An uninsured driver caused an accident that injured me and my spouse. What should I do?

When the at-fault party is uninsured, you have the option to file a civil lawsuit against their personal assets or file a claim with the crime victims compensation fund.

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Can I make a claim for personal injury if I am not a U.S. citizen?

If you were injured in the U.S., you may make a claim in the U.S. regardless of legal status.

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How is my lawyer paid? What if I cannot afford a lawyer?
In a personal injury lawsuit, your attorney will be paid a percentage of your recovery.
"No Recovery No Fee"....
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How long do I have to bring a case?
You may have up to three (3) years, however, you should not wait to consult an attorney.
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