- Have you suffered an injury from a car accident that was not your fault?
- Were you hurt due to the negligent conduct of others?
- Have you been the victim of a dog bite/attack that caused an injury?
- Do you need help negotiating with an insurance company regarding an injury?
- Have you suffered a sexual assault or an intentional physical attack?
Moriarty & Associates, PLLC can help. Accidents of all types can cause bodily injury, but when those accidents are caused by the careless or negligent behavior of someone else, the injured party has the right to pursue legal options. For some people, a lawsuit is the right direction; for others, an out-of-court settlement is the solution. The Washington state personal injury attorneys at Moriarty & Associates will help maximize compensation and obtain the best possible resolution for each client’s personal injury case. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid for our work unless we win for you.
How Moriarty & Associates Helps with Personal Injury Cases
Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to helping clients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents and other events that cause injury. Our firm focuses on all potential types of resolution in a personal injury case: litigation (a court trial), arbitration (a less formal hearing), and mediation (a chosen person helps facilitate the resolution).
We understand that trials can be time consuming, costly, and emotionally draining. As a result, most personal injury cases are settled prior to any court appearance, also known as dispute resolution.
We thoroughly investigate your personal injury claims and discuss your case with your medical providers. That way, we fully understand the nature and extent of your injuries, allowing us to present the best possible case on your behalf. Our investigation can help outline the significance of your damages, enabling us to present a powerful case for your injuries and maximize compensation. Furthermore, our investigation can help illustrate the circumstances surrounding:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injuries
- Head and neck injuries
- Cuts and bruises
In addition, attorneys with Moriarty & Associates have extensive experience in negotiating potentially complex cases with insurance companies on a client’s behalf. We understand how insurance companies treat accident victims, often disputing every detail of a case. Insurance companies have their own medical professionals review your records in an attempt to diminish the severity of your injuries and deny you full compensation.
Insurance companies do not work for you and do not have your best interests at heart. They work hard to minimize compensation for your injuries. When an accident victim is unrepresented, they can be taken advantage of easily. So don’t let an insurance company’s claims department intimidate you. Let us do the work!
Experienced Seattle and Everett Personal Injury Lawyers
Attorneys at Moriarty & Associates are experienced in representing clients who have been injured due to the negligent or careless behavior of another person. Injuries can occur for any number of reasons, including:
- Distracted drivers causing vehicle collisions;
- Defective car parts, like brakes failing during use;
- Workers being hurt on the job when safety rules are not followed or when equipment fails; and
- Deliberate personal, physical attacks.
In these instances—and more—we are aggressive attorneys who will go the distance to protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries. In addition, we are very familiar with local courts and are experienced presenting personal injury cases before juries and at negotiation tables. Moriarty & Associates serves clients in the Washington State, including King, Snohomish, Pierce, and Skagit counties.
If you have had a personal injury, or a loved one was fatally injured due to an accident or deliberate attack, Moriarty & Associates can help. We offer a free consultation to help you determine your best legal option for actions. Let’s get started: call us at (425) 670-0800, email us, or send us a message through our online form.