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Bellevue Car Accident Lawyers: There When You Need Us

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Being injured in an auto-accident in Bellevue, or elsewhere for that matter, is never something you plan on happening. You can never plan for the medical bills, the loss in the quality of your life or any of the other negative impacts being injured in a collision can have on you. This can leave you feeling hopeless, but I’m here to tell you you could be eligible to be financially compensated.

In order to file a car accident or ‘personal injury lawsuit’ 1 or more people must have been, at least, partially responsible for the cause of the accident and you must act within the the time limit for doing so, which is 3 years in Bellevue and elsewhere in Washington. If your unique case does eventually settle, the amount would be based on various factors of your life including the past, current and future negative financial effects the accident has had and will have on you and your family. If it sounds like you may have a personal injury claim on your hands and would like to discuss the matter more thoroughly, I highly suggest you contact an attorney at Kornfeld, Trudell, Bowen & Lingenbrink, PLLC.

The Bellevue auto-accident lawyers at Kornfeld, Trudell, Bowen & Lingenbrink, PLLC have been successfully handling all types of auto-accident injury lawsuits throughout Washington for over 30 years; this means that whether you were injured on a city bus or driving a motorcycle, they have the necessary experience to maximize the potential of your future settlement. As for the charge of our services, we will only get paid when you do. Call 800-282-4878 now to schedule your free consultation that can be conducted in one of our offices or in a place more convenient for you, such as your home or hospital room.

See what our clients who had been injured in an auto-accident say:

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Questions our clients commonly have about these types of claims:

Q. I said some things at the scene of the car accident that I now realize weren’t accurate. Will this hurt my case?

A. It is quite common for details to be incomplete at the time of an accident. After you go home, you mind replays the accident repeatedly. In the process, you become aware of details that you overlooked at first. While it is always challenging explaining why your story isn’t the same as you stated at the scene of the car accident, hiring a good personal injury attorney is one of the best ways to get the support you need for your side of the story.

Q. I feel that I may have contributed to the automobile accident. What should I do?

A. While you may feel that you are at least partly at fault, you may not be the best judge of that fact. There are many factors that contribute to an accident—alcohol, road conditions, a faulty manufacturer installation, to name just a few. It’s better not to shoulder any blame at the scene of the accident. Let more qualified investigators evaluate the accident scene.

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Man Killed in Seattle Car Crash

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

A man was killed in a crash on Interstate 5 in south Seattle Sunday shortly after 2:30 a.m., the news tribune has reported.

He was a passenger in a disabled 1996 Ford bus filled with party-goers that was parked on the right shoulder of the freeway at the Boeing Access Road.

He got out of the bus and was attempting to make repairs. A southbound 2002 Ford pickup driven by a 39-year-old California man struck him and the bus. He died at the scene of the accident.

A southbound 2001 Kia Sephia driven by a 37-year-old Federal Way man then struck the pickup from behind.

The drivers of the pickup and the Kia were both transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with injuries. A 50-year-old Federal Way woman who was a passenger in the Kia was also injured and transported to the hospital.

KOMO-TV is reporting that the patrol said two people were critically injured in the accident.

The patrol said the 34-year-old bus driver from Renton was not hurt. Six additional bus passengers were treated for minor injuries.

Two southbound lanes of I-5 were closed after the crash. The accident is under investigation by the patrol for possible criminal charges including vehicular homicide.

The patrol reported that alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash.

If you have been injured in a car accident in Bellevue, Washington you may be entitled to financial compensation. If you are the insurance company will likely offer you a sum, however you should NOT accept this offer; you can always get more. This is done with the help of a Bellevue car accident lawyer, who has expierience dealing with insurance companies.

When looking for a lawyer in Washington you will find there are hundreds if not thousands of car accident lawyers offering services in Bellevue. If you choose our Bellevue car accident lawyers to represent you, you may contact us for a free consultation at a time and place of your convenience.

Don’t be a victim of a Bellevue car accident! Contact our Bellevue car accident attorneys today!