If you live in Sprague and have been injured by someone else’s negligence, you can trust the firm of CCD Law to look out for you and represent your interests above everyone else’s. The people of Lincoln Couny have been looking to CCD Law for their legal problems for over 70 years. If you need help, stick with tradition and let their attorneys put their skill and experience at work for you.
Sprague Personal Injuries
The people of Sprague live in a small town but many work in Spokane and commute the 35 minute trip everyday into work. Others work in town or maybe on one of he local farms. Whichever the case, the people of Sprague are on the move.
The appeal of the small-town life in Sprague is that it keeps people from the stress and anxiety common with big-city life. However, the risks of personal injury don’t go away just because you live in Sprague. It might just be a trip to the Viking Drive-in or a country drive just to get away for a few hours.
Some have kids that go to Sprague High School so traveling to watch the Olympians play football, a wrestling match or just to get them to school every day means more driving. Unfortunately, this also means that the people of Sprague get injured.
When this happens because of someone else’s negligence, the people of Sprague have an advantage. They can follow the tradition that many Sprague town’s people started over 70 years ago, which is to their trust in the hands of CCD Law.
Frequently Asked Questions
I was told I couldn’t get compensation because I wasn’t wearing my seatbelt. Is that true?
While it’s true that in some cases a victim can get their compensation reduced because they didn’t use a seatbelt, the law doesn’t say that. In Washington, if the insurance company proves that your injuries wouldn’t have been as severe if you had been wearing your seatbelt, then the court is allowed to reduce your amount of compensation.
Do personal injury cases require a court trial?
The vast majority of personal injury cases settle out of court. Even so, a good attorney knows that to get the best settlement, you need to approach a personal case as if you are going to trial. Talk to an attorney today to find out your rights and what the best plan of attack is to get fair compensation.
Will the driver’s insurance cover all my injuries?
Unfortunately, Washington’s minimum bodily injury insurance (as of 2020) is only $25,000 for each person injured and $50,000 for each accident. Many drivers carry only the state’s mandatory minimum insurance, which won’t be enough to pay for all of a victim’s injuries and financial losses in many cases. There are other sources of funds that might be tapped to pay for one’s injuries, and a good attorney is going to know what those are.
Sprague, WA Personal Injury and Car Accident Attorney
The bottom line is, if you are injured in an accident, you need a firm that has the resources and experience to know how to handle a personal injury claim. Most people have national insurance companies that hire high-rise lawyers to pay you as little as the law allows—maybe even less. Don’t let that happen to you, contact CCD Law to talk to an attorney about your case. It costs you nothing to find out your rights and to get started with an attorney who will be on your side.