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Three Common Causes for Medical Malpractice Claims in Washington

Dealing with incapacitation or death following medical treatment can be an overwhelming and even traumatizing situation for victims and their families.

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How Much Is My Medical Malpractice Case Worth?

Sometimes, medical professionals deviate from the accepted standards of care and cause preventable injuries or harm to patients. When this happens, patients can file a medical malpractice lawsuit. However, before taking legal action, you may be wondering, “How much is my medical malpractice case worth?”

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Why You Should Seek Medical Attention After a Car Accident

You have been in an accident. Maybe you were in your car or someone else’s at the time. Maybe you were biking, walking, or jogging, and were hit. You thought you were okay at first, but are feeling some pain and stiffness now.

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Things to Know When Dealing with Insurance Adjusters

You are likely to receive phone calls from concerned loved ones in the hours following a car accident. However, you should also expect to get a phone call from the insurance company. The representative may identify himself or herself as an insurance adjuster.

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First Steps After a Car Accident

Car accidents are often sudden and may leave you overwhelmed. In most cases, the accident victims are unsettled and unsure of the next steps to take. However, what you do following your involvement in an accident can have a significant impact on the outcome of your personal injury case.

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The Personal Injury Claim Process in Washington

Getting injured in an accident can be an emotional and overwhelming experience. Luckily, personal injury laws exist to compensate accidents victims for their injuries or damages caused by someone else's negligent actions.

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Trial/Sentencing

DUI’s are tried before juries of 6 persons. DUI jury trials last between one and three days depending on the complexity of the case and the number of witnesses.

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Can I Still Drive?

If you are arrested for DUI, the arresting officer will likely punch a hole in your license and provide you with paperwork related to an administrative hearing. It is important to understand that your driver’s license is still valid for a period of twenty (20) days after the arrest, regardless of what you do.

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Arraignment

This will be your first appearance in court. The court will ask you to enter a plea. Enter a plea of not guilty to all of the charges against you.

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The First Steps

Whenever you are facing criminal charges, your first step should be to sit down and talk with a criminal defense attorney. You should not hire a DUI defense attorney unless they offer to talk with you in person about your case free of charge.

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