Think back to the last time you were injured.
Constant pain. Missing work. Doctor's appointments. Maybe you even had to go the hospital. The whole thing is incredibly stressful.
It's even worse when someone else is at fault. Not only are you stressed, you're probably frustrated and angry. The last thing you want to deal with are constant medical bills and insurance adjusters who never seem to stop calling.
Well, you don't have to. We'll handle the insurance, we'll handle the law,. and we'll get you compensated. You just focus on getting better.
We understand insurance companies
Insurance is a business, and businesses aggressively look after their own interests. Insurance companies are quite good at this. For them, it's not personal ... it's just business.
The key to winning your personal injury case is to convince insurance companies that paying YOU is in THEIR best interest.
Unlike many Seattle personal injury attorneys, we understand how insurance companies work. Rob managed insurance companies for decades in addition to practing law, and Brian practiced insurance defense law for several years before joining Zuanich Law.
We understand how insurance companies defend personal injury cases. We know how insurance adjusters think. We know how to prepare your case in a way that gets their attention.
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Washington is a great place to live, but unfortunately the state has one of the highest rates of car accidents in the nation. Serious car accidents can result in long-term physical and emotional trauma and even relatively minor fender-benders can result in days or months of pain. If you are injured in a car acccident, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, wage loss, as well as pain and suffering.
Most pedestrian accident victims suffer serious injuries and require extensive medical treatment because pedestrians are so vulnerable. Since 2014, traffic deaths in Washington involving pedestrians have increased by 42 percent. In 2018 alone, 102 pedestrians died as a result of traffic accidents.
Washington is the most bicycle friendly state in the country, according to the League of American Bicyclists, and has led the nation since 2008. Bicyclists are still at risk for serious injuries, however. Bicyclist fatalities have more than doubled between 2014 and 2018. Like pedestrians, bicyclists are particularly vulnerable on the road, and if you're injured, you need to be compensated for your injuries, physical damages, and medical expenses.
For obvious reasons, truck injuries have a higher percentage of serious injuries and deaths than car accidents or pedestrian accidents. This is especially true when commercial "big rig" trucks collide with much smaller passenger vehicles, because these kind of trucks may be carrying flammable or hazardous material.