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Everett Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve been harmed on the job or due to the negligence of others in Snohomish County or anywhere in Washington State, you can depend on Amy C Brown Law, PLLC, to fight for the compensation you need to get your life back on track. Contact our firm’s skilled Everett, Washington, personal injury lawyer for your free initial consultation today.

Personal Injury Lawyer | Representing Clients Injured in Washington & Alaska

Amy C Brown Law, PLLC, is dedicated to representing clients injured in a wide range of circumstances, including in motor vehicle collisions, maritime accidents, slip and falls, workplace injuries, dog bites, and more. Look no further than Amy C Brown Law, PLLC for a steadfast legal advocate.

Our Personal Injury Services

Amy C Brown Law, PLLC handles virtually all types of personal injury claims on behalf of our clients. Just some of the cases we handle are as follows:

  • Auto Accidents: Amy C. Brown Law, PLLC provides skillful legal representation for victims of auto accidents, addressing claims involving car, motorcycle, and truck collisions in Snohomish County and throughout Washington.
  • Maritime Injuries: Our legal team handles a wide range of cases involving injuries at sea, including those on commercial vessels, fishing boats, and recreational watercraft, in pursuit of just compensation under maritime law.
  • Slip and Falls: We proudly represent clients harmed in all types of slip and fall accidents to help them secure compensation for injuries caused by hazardous conditions on private or public property.
  • Construction Accidents: The firm represents construction workers and bystanders injured on construction sites, dealing with complex cases involving negligence, safety violations, and equipment malfunctions.
  • Work Injuries: Dedicated to workers’ rights, Amy C. Brown Law, PLLC assists clients in pursuing claims for work-related injuries.
  • Medical Malpractice: Amy C Brown Law, PLLC represents victims of medical negligence, addressing cases of misdiagnosis, surgical errors, medication mistakes, and other forms of medical malpractice, ensuring professional accountability.
  • Dog Bites: Our firm proudly advocates for victims of dog bites and animal attacks, navigating complex liability issues to secure compensation for medical costs, trauma, and other related damages.
  • Wrongful Death: The firm provides compassionate and robust representation in wrongful death cases, helping families seek justice and compensation for the loss of a loved one due to negligence or intentional harm.

Auto Accident Cases We Handle

Sustaining an injury in a motor vehicle accident can be a traumatic event. Unfortunately, victims often find themselves facing significant and long-term consequences as a result. If you’ve been injured in any of the following accidents, you can depend on Amy C Brown Law, PLLC, to fight for the compensation you deserve.

Maritime Injury Cases We Handle

Here at Amy C Brown Law, PLLC, we understand the complexities of maritime law and the significant impact these injuries can have on your life and livelihood. Our dedicated legal team is well-equipped to handle these cases and advocate for your rights to ensure you receive the compensation and support you need to overcome the challenges of maritime injuries. Just some of the maritime injury cases that we handle are as follows:

Satisfying the Burden of Proof in Your Personal Injury Claim

To win a personal injury claim of any kind, you and your attorney will have to gather and present evidence that proves you were injured due to the negligence of another, save for on-the-job injury cases, wherein you’ll typically only need to prove you were injured while performing your duties as an employee. That said, some of the most useful forms of evidence when it comes to personal injury, workers’ compensation, and maritime injury claims can include the following:

  • Medical Records: Detailed reports on injuries, treatments, and prognosis.
  • Witness Statements: Eyewitness accounts strengthen your case’s credibility.
  • Photographs/Videos: Visual evidence of the accident scene and injuries.
  • Expert Opinions: Professional assessments supporting liability and damages claims.
  • Employment Records: Establishing work-related injuries and lost wages.
  • Accident Reports: Official documentation from law enforcement or relevant authorities.
  • Safety Violations: Proof of negligence through breached safety regulations.
  • Surveillance Footage: Visual evidence capturing the incident and its circumstances.
  • Maintenance Records: Crucial for maritime cases, detailing vessel upkeep.
  • Communication Records: Emails, texts, or calls documenting liability and negligence.

Recovering Compensation

As long as you and your attorney can satisfy the burden of proof in your injury claim, you should be entitled to compensation for the economic and non-economic damages you’ve incurred from your accident. These can include the following, depending on the type of injury:

  • Medical Expenses: Compensation for past and future healthcare costs.
  • Lost Wages: Reimbursement for income lost due to the injury.
  • Pain and Suffering: Monetary recovery for physical and emotional distress.
  • Property Damage: Coverage for damage to personal belongings or assets.
  • Rehabilitation Costs: Compensation for therapy and recovery expenses.
  • Disability Benefits: Financial support for permanent or temporary disabilities.
  • Wrongful Death Damages: Compensation for loss of a loved one.
  • Loss of Consortium: Damages for the impact on personal relationships.
  • Punitive Damages: Additional compensation as punishment for egregious conduct.
  • Vocational Training: Coverage for retraining if the injury affects employment opportunities.

File Your Claim On Time

In Washington State, accident victims must file personal injury claims within the statute of limitations. Since the statute of limitations for most personal injury claims in Washington is three years, you will, generally, have to file your claim within three years of the date of your injury. Waiting longer than three years will most likely result in you being permanently time-barred from suing.

Contact a Snohomish County, Washington, Personal Injury Lawyer Today

Don’t face the personal injury claims process on your own. Hire a dedicated Everett, Washington, personal injury lawyer who can effectively fight for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled. We proudly represent clients in Alaska and throughout Washington State, including Marysville, Snohomish County, King County, Skagit County, and Chelan County. Contact Amy C Brown Law, PLLC, for a free initial consultation today.

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