Spangle WA is a small town 30 minutes south of Spokane. For 70 years the people of Spokane County have been looking to the attorneys at CCD Law for help with their legal issues. Today, if you are from Spangle and are injured in an accident due to someone’s negligence, call CCD Law to speak to an attorney you can trust.
Small Town Life
Spangle is a quiet town of around 280 people who work and play close to home. Many work in Spokane and take Highway 195 30 miles every day into the big city. Others work at one of the town’s two high schools. One is Liberty High School, a public school that servs the communities of Fairfield, Latah, Plaza, Spangle, Mt. Hope, and Waverly, and the other is Upper Columbia Academy a religious private boarding school. Students come from those towns into Spangle to attend these schools.
Spangle residents also play hard. Some go fishing, swimming or boating in the Four Lakes area north of Spangle while others go hiking, camping or hunting on the Turnball National Wildlife Refuge just to the west of Spangle.
Personal Injury Risks
All this activity puts the people of Spangle at risk for getting in accident because of someone else’s negligence. Some of the risk comes from activities such as hunting, riding ATV’s, farming, playing sports and others. However, the majority of the risks come from driving the country roads and state highways that provide the people of Spangle access to their destinations.
In the past, Spangle residents have made claims for personal injury, some of them were:
- Car accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Construction accidents
- Dog Bites
- Medical malpractice
- Pedestrian accidents
- Product liability
- Premises liability
- Traumatic Injury
- Wrongful Death
Spangle WA Personal Injury and Car Accident Lawyer
The small-town life is often the envy of many city dwellers, and Spangle is no exception. However, there are times when taking advantage of the resources a big city has to offer is the smart thing to do. CCD Law is located in Spokane, and has been there since 1948.
Unfortunately, when someone is injured, the insurance companies do not always play fair. Most people just want what the law allows and have no thought of taking more than they deserve, but the reality is that when someone is left to face the insurance company’s attorney alone, the chance of being treated fairly is small. You need a law firm that is experienced, established and knows the system. One that is not afraid of the insurance companies and their attorneys. Contact CCD Law today to start getting someone on your side.