Tacoma Personal Injury Lawyer

The city of Tacoma, Washington sits on beautiful Puget Sound just 32 miles south of Seattle in Pierce County and has a strong maritime tradition. With a population of 198,397 in the 2010 census, Tacoma is the third largest city in the state of Washington and home to the Thea Foss Waterway, the Museum of Glass, and the American Car Museum. A hub of interstate commerce, I-5 runs through the city and the city is well-known for its views from Ruston Way, 6th Avenue, and Point Defiance Park.

If you are looking for a personal injury lawyer in Tacoma, Washington or have questions about your personal injury claim in Tacoma, Washington, our award-winning personal injury lawyers are ready to help you obtain financial compensation. We offer a free consultation for personal injury claims by telephone, at our offices, in your home, or elsewhere. Whether you were injured in a car accident, commercial trucking accident, recreational boating accident, commercial fishing accident, by an unsafe product, or in some other way, our lawyers have more than 65 years of combined experience in personal injury claims. Let us put our expertise to work for you.

Accepting Cases on Contingent Fee.

We accept most cases on contingent fee. This means that you don’t pay an attorneys’ fee unless we are successful in making a financial recovery for you. We will advance all costs necessary to effectively present your claim. With highly-personalized service and a commitment to our clients, our lawyers work hard to obtain maximum compensation so that you can begin putting your life back together after a serious personal injury. We offer a free consultation for personal injury claims without obligation. If you want to learn more about the types of compensation available in personal injury claims, contact us today for a free consultation.

Types of Compensation in Personal Injury Claims

The law allows recovery of compensation in personal injury claims for medical expenses, lost wages, lost earning capacity, pain, disability, loss of enjoyment of life, and other damages that will depend on the specific facts of your case. The “value” of any claim is determined based on a forecast of what a jury would award in the case if it were to proceed to trial. There is no magic formula to determine the value of a personal injury case and the specific facts of each case result in highly variable outcomes. Some of the factors that should be considered in forecasting what a jury may award include the following:

  1. What is the nature of the injury?
  2. How does it impact the person’s ability to work or enjoy life with friends and family?
  3. How much does the injury hurt?
  4. How often does it hurt?
  5. Is the injury permanent or temporary?
  6. Is there any further medical treatment that can improve the pain or limit the pain?

Every case is different and the specific compensation awarded will depend on a variety of factors that must be looked at by an experienced personal injury lawyer.

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