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PERSONAL INJURY

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North Lynnwood Personal Injury Attorney

When you have been injured in an accident caused by a third party’s negligent or reckless conduct, you have certain legal remedies available to seek compensation. Under Washington law, you can file a personal injury lawsuit. This allows you to seek damages not only for your out-of-pocket economic losses, but also your ongoing pain and suffering related to the accident. The North Lynwood personal injury attorneys at the Khan Law Group, PLLC, represent accident victims such as yourself in these cases. Whether your injury was the result of a drunk driver, a defective product, or even a poorly maintained store aisle, our lawyers provide skilled, compassionate representation designed to hold the negligent parties accountable for what they have done.

Fighting for Your Right to Compensation

At the Khan Injury Law, PLLC, we know that every personal injury case is unique. But no matter the circumstances of your accident, you are entitled to seek damages in the following categories:

  • Medical bills, including the estimated costs of any future or ongoing care;
  • Lost income, including wages lost due to missed time from work and the reduction of your future earning capacity;
  • Non-economic damages as compensation for pain and suffering.

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COMPENSATION AVAILABLE FOR INJURED VICTIMS

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

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Additional Information About the Cases We Handle

Drunk Driving Accidents 

Any form of reckless driving can lead to an accident, but drunk driving represents perhaps the most egregious type of negligent conduct on the road.

Hit and Run Accidents 

All Washington motorists have a duty to stop and render aid at the scene of an accident; when a driver flees the scene, however, it usually means they are 100 percent responsible for what happened.

Semi-Truck Accidents 

When an accident involves a big rig or semi-truck, the damages are often catastrophic for other drivers and pedestrians on the road; in addition to a negligent driver, the company who owns the truck, and even the people who own its cargo, may also be legally liable for any third-party injuries.

Product Liability 

A dangerous or defective consumer product can seriously injure an unsuspecting customer; under Washington law, manufacturers of such products can be held liable for defects in the design or manufacturing process, as well failing to warn consumers of known safety risks.

Slip-and-Fall Accidents 

All Washington property owners have a duty to keep their premises reasonably safe for invited guests; if you slip or trip and fall over a safety hazard the owner failed to correct, you may be entitled to seek compensation.

Wrongful Death 

When an accident is fatal, the victim’s family has certain legal rights in Washington to seek compensation from the responsible parties by filing a wrongful death claim.

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WE KNOW HOW TO RECOVER DAMAGES

Contact Us Today to Schedule a Consultation

If you would like to know more about the potential value of your personal injury claim, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. There is no risk or obligation to you in speaking with us. We simply want to learn more about your accident and how we can best help you moving forward.

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