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Ferndale Personal
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Originally called Jam because it was located next to a log jam, a local teacher decided that the town needed a better name and dubbed it Ferndale for the ferns growing around the schoolhouse. Today, Ferndale is primarily a commuter town, with many residents heading to Bellingham for work. While this town may be small and the most dangerous activities–such as agricultural, manufacturing, and timber harvesting–are a thing of the past, injuries can still happen. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident, our Ferndale personal injury attorney at the office of the Khan Law Firm PLLC can help. Reach out to our lawyers today to learn how.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle in Ferndale

We know how important it is to have an experienced Ferndale personal injury attorney on your side, and we can assist you with many different types of cases. At the Khan Law Firm, we handle a wide variety of personal injury cases in Ferndale, Washington, including but not limited to the following:

  • Car accidents;
  • Bicycle accidents;
  • Brain injuries;
  • Bus accidents;
  • Truck accidents;
  • Drunk driving injuries;
  • Motorcycle accidents;
  • Dog bites;
  • Wrongful death;
  • Spinal cord injuries;
  • Pedestrian accidents; and
  • Slip and fall accidents.

Whether you were injured in a traffic collision or while you were shopping at a retail establishment or visiting a friend, one of our dedicated Ferndale personal injury attorneys can speak with you today about your case.

When Can I File a Personal Injury Case?

Unfortunately, not all injuries and accidents give rise to the legal grounds for filing a personal injury claim and, sometimes, a person must pay for their own harm out of pocket. A person may have a cause of action for a personal injury claim, on the other hand, when the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or party is the direct cause of their accident and harm. 

Negligence is the failure to exercise the proper degree of care for a given situation. Another way to think about negligence is by asking whether or not a person of ordinary prudence in the same situation would act the same way. When a person deviates from what a “reasonable person” would do, they behave negligently. Common types of negligence that often lead to accidents (and thereby personal injury claims), include driving while impaired or distracted, maintaining a property in an unsafe condition, failing to leash a dangerous dog, failing to repair a known hazard, etc.

Types of Damages Recoverable in a Personal Injury Claim

If you have been injured and you can prove that the negligence of another person/party was to blame, you can recover monetary damages. Damages can be paid for both economic and noneconomic harm. 

  • Economic damages. Economic damages are those actual financial damages that a person suffers as a result of an accident and injury. For example, medical bills, rehabilitation costs, property damage expenses related to the accident, and lost wages are all a type of economic loss. You can recover compensation for the full value of these damages.
  • Noneconomic damages. You can also seek compensation for your noneconomic damages. This is compensation to repay you for your intangible harm, such as the value of your pain, suffering, emotional distress, diminished quality of life, etc. Our lawyers can help you to calculate these and will aggressively negotiate for your right to compensation.

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COMPENSATION AVAILABLE FOR INJURED VICTIMS

  • Medical bills;
  • Rehabilitation expenses;
  • The cost of any necessary future long-term care;
  • Lost wages;
  • Diminished earning capacity;
  • Long-term disability;
  • Pain and suffering;
  • Mental anguish or emotional distress;
  • Loss of life enjoyment; and
  • Wrongful death.

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Timeline for Your Ferndale, WA Personal Injury Case

You will only have a limited amount of time to file a personal injury lawsuit if you are injured in or around Ferndale, Washington. Under Washington law, most personal injury cases have a three-year statute of limitations. What this means is that you must file a lawsuit within three years from the date of the accident or other incident that gave rise to your claim. If you do not file your lawsuit within that three-year time window, you will have what is known as a time-barred claim. Once a claim is barred because the statute of limitations ran out, you will not be able to obtain compensation by filing a civil lawsuit.

To avoid a situation in which you file your claim too late, you should begin working with an Ferndale personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. If you get in touch with the Khan Law Firm soon after your injury, we can begin working on your case and can ensure that your claim is filed in a timely manner.

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Call Our Ferndale Personal Injury Lawyers Today

When you have been injured and someone else is to blame, you deserve to be compensated in full. For your free consultation with our Ferndale personal injury lawyer, please call our law firm directly today. Our lawyers have the experience that you’re looking for and will make your case our priority. We always work on a contingency fee basis and can start investigating your case immediately.