If you are injured in an accident in Spokane, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer. Car or motorcycle accidents, dangerous premises, slip or fall, defective products, injuries to children, DUI related injuries, soft tissue injuries, and many other damaging situations result from other people’s negligence. If you or someone you know has been injured, there are a number of reasons why consulting a lawyer is important.
Often times when an injury results from someone’s negligence, an insurance company immediately gets involved. Insurance companies try to manage their investigation of the accident and resulting injuries in a way that benefits them, not the injured person. As soon as the accident happens, insurance companies will work to minimize the appearance of negligence and damage, and will begin building their defense and the defense of the at-fault party.
The sooner you get an experience lawyer working for you, the sooner you can start building your case to maximize your recovery. A good personal injury lawyer can help manage your medical treatment to ensure that you get the care you need from the right doctors. A good personal injury lawyer can keep the insurance company at bay while you recover, and keep them from harassing you into giving statements or releasing records that they might not be entitled to. A good personal injury attorney can make sure that you build your case in the way that will get you the best possible settlement for your injuries, or take the case to trial if the insurance company or other party refuses to be reasonable.
Alan Green and the Green Law Office, PLLC has been handling every conceivable type of injury case for the last ten years – first as a defense attorney, and now as a plaintiff personal injury lawyer. Alan has the distinct advantage of knowing how both sides of the case work. If you or someone you know has been injured in a car, motorcycle or boating accident, or has been injured by a dangerous property or unsafe product, contact the Green Law Office, PLLC to get the help necessary to make sure you are properly compensated.