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Silverdale Car Accident Attorney

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Silverdale Car
Accident Lawyer

One of the indisputable facts about Silverdale is just how beautiful it is. Set next to Dyes Inlet and featuring homes tucked amongst the trees, this is the perfect place for those who want to enjoy a more rural lifestyle that features gorgeous nature. While Silverdale may have a small population, traffic around this census-designated place can still be heavy at times, increasing the risk of a car accident. If you have been in a car crash in or around Silverdale and are now in the process of filing a claim, our Silverdale car accident lawyers at the Khan Injury Law PLLC can help. Reach our law firm directly today for your free consultation about your options and our services.

Getting the Facts About Silverdale Car Accidents

Auto accidents happen much more often than they should in Kitsap County and throughout the Seattle metropolitan area. Most of these collisions result from another party’s negligence or wrongdoing. The following are some facts and figures about Washington State car accidents from Washington State Annual Collision Summary:

  • Car crashes occur every 4.5 minutes;
  • Person dies every 16 hours in a Washington motor vehicle collision;
  • Person sustains injuries every 11 minutes in an accident;
  • Motorcyclists are involved in a collision every 4 hours;
  • Pedestrians and bicyclists are involved in crashes every 2.5 hours;
  • Pedestrian or bicyclist sustains fatal injuries in a collision with a motor vehicle every 4 days;
  • Speeding causes a car accident every 27 minutes;
  • Distracted driving causes a collision every 12 minutes; and
  • Intoxicated driving results in a death every 1.5 days.

Types of Car Accident Cases We Work On

With decades of combined legal experience behind our name, our Silverdale car accident attorneys have seen it all. Types of car accident cases that we work on include:

  • Head-on crashes. Head-on crashes are by far the deadliest type of crash.
  • Rollover crashes. Like head-on collisions, rollover accidents are uncommon, but deadly when they do occur.
  • Multi-vehicle crashes. Crashes involved multiple vehicles–i.e. pile-ups–can be complicated and make it difficult to determine fault. 
  • Single-vehicle crash. If you’ve been in a crash that only involved your car, we can help you to determine whether or not someone else could be held liable.
  • Rear-end crashes. While most people assume that the rear driver is always to blame in a rear-end collision, this isn’t necessarily true. 
  • Side-swipe, T-bone accident, intersection accidents, and more. We work on all car accident cases and feel confident in our ability to represent you. 

You Deserve to Be Compensated

When you or a loved one has been in a crash that’s caused by the negligence of another party, you deserve compensation. Our lawyers in Silverdale will aggressively advocate for your right to compensation for:

  • Your past and future medical expenses related to your car accident injuries;
  • The value of your lost wages and loss of earning capacity;
  • Property damages costs you’ve incurred;
  • The value of your pain, suffering, and emotional distress; and
  • Any other economic or noneconomic injuries you’ve suffered. 

We improve your chances of recovering your full compensation award by working hard to investigate your case and gather evidence of the other party’s fault, accurately and completely calculating your damages, and aggressively represent you during the claims negotiations process. While most car accident claims settle out of court, our lawyers have litigation experience.

How Do I Seek Financial Compensation After a Car Accident in Silverdale, WA?

Washington is a fault state, or a “tort” state, for auto accident purposes. Accordingly, after a car accident, you can file an auto insurance claim either with your own auto insurer (known as a first-party claim) or through the at-fault driver’s auto insurer (known as a third-party claim). There are benefits and limitations to each approach that you should discuss with your car accident attorney.

When auto insurance payouts are insufficient to cover your losses, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the at-fault driver. While there is no serious injury threshold to meet in Washington State to file a lawsuit against a driver, many car accident lawsuits occur when auto insurance limits prevent an injury victim from obtaining full compensation for significant losses. If you want more information about getting started on a lawsuit, our car accident lawyers in Silverdale can help.

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Call Our Silverdale Car Accident Attorneys Today

To learn more about our Silverdale car accident attorneys and your rights when you’ve been injured in a crash, please call us directly today. Don’t make the assumption that the insurance adjuster in your claim will offer you a fair settlement–you may have to fight to get the compensation award you deserve. For your free consultation, please reach out to our law firm directly today by phone or online. We are here for you.

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