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Everett Personal Injury Attorneys
The attorneys at Scott & Smith have developed through experience and education the skills necessary to assist you with all your legal needs.
Live in Everett and need advice about Personal Injury Law? Personal injury law covers many different situations and provides the opportunity for an injured person to sue another person at fault for those injuries.
Catastrophic injuries arise in different forms. They include brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractures, damage to sight, or nerve damage to name a few. Whether it is the result of a slip and fall, an auto accident, a victim of a drunk driver, a defective product, or other intentional or negligent cause, the financial and emotional effects to a victim can be enormous. Often such injuries result in a lifetime of medical treatment and continuous life-care support. Victims may also face years or decades of lost income because of disability. Such injuries, in short, can lead to drastic changes in the lives of individuals.
Some areas of the law our Personal Injury Attorneys in Everett can help you with include:
We Handle The Following
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“Because of the potential great damages involved in catastrophic injuries, it is particularly important that the injured claimant retain a law firm with an established record of proven successes”
- Head Injury
- Motor vehicle accidents and injuries
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian injuries
- Severe burns
- Product liability
- Recreational injury
- Automobile negligence
- Catastrophic injury
- Commercial vehicle liability
- Electrical injury
- Dog bites
- Trip/Slip and fall
- Spinal injury
- Brain injury
- Bicycle accidents
- Third party wrongful death
A plaintiff who is successful at making a personal injury claim may be entitled to lost income, past and future medical costs, pain and suffering and emotional distress compensation. Many personal injury claims settle out of court, sometimes at a Settlement Mediation. If an out of court settlement does not occur, the personal injury case may make it to a judge or jury who will decide first on fault and then on damages.
Because of the potential great damages involved in catastrophic injuries, it is particularly important that the injured claimant retain a law firm with an established record of proven successes. Personal Injury Attorneys at Scott & Smith can help you determine your legal rights.
Contact a Scott & Smith, Attorneys at Law, PLLC at (360) 331-7101 to discuss you case today. We are Personal Injury Attorneys ready to assist you.