Failure to yield the right of way can cause dangerous car accidents that result in serious injuries. Insurance Information Institute (III) research cited failure to yield the right of way as the fourth leading cause of car accidents in 2018, with drivers who failed to yield causing 3,579 accidents. Were you or someone you love injured in a car accident because another driver failed to yield? If so, you have the basis of a personal injury insurance claim or lawsuit.
A personal injury claim holds the at-fault driver financially responsible for their negligent, reckless, or careless actions. Your personal injury claim must prove:
- The at-fault driver owed you a duty of care
- The at-fault driver breached that duty
- The accident caused your injuries
- Your injuries have a financial consequence
Do you know how to prove these required legal elements of your claim on your own? A Tacoma failure to yield accident lawyer can help you meet the legal requirements of your personal injury claim and assign financial liability to the at-fault driver. Contact the client intake team at Ben Crump Law, PLLC by calling (800) 598-7557 today.
We Can Help You Navigate the Personal Injury Process
Our personal injury team is committed to ensuring that the aftermath of a car accident is not compounded by stress, frustration, and financial damage. Our goal is to ensure the at-fault driver, not you or your family, pays the financial expenses and losses of the accident they caused. Our team will:
- Fight hard for the compensation you deserve and never shy away from tough cases
- Assign an accurate financial value to your compensation claim that ensures your claim is not undervalued
- Keep you continually updated on the progress of your compensation claim and settlement negotiations
- Negotiate a favorable financial settlement that lets you avoid a lengthy court case
- Work on a contingency fee basis that means you pay no up-front costs
When our team goes to work on your claim, we make sure you pay no out-of-pocket expenses because we take our fee out of the financial settlement that we negotiate for you. Find out how a Tacoma failure to yield accident lawyer can help you build a solid claim and collect the compensation you deserve from the driver who caused the accident.
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Negotiate Your Financial Settlement in a Timely Fashion
You may already know that a statute of limitations is the amount of time your state allows to file a civil lawsuit. When you or a family member are injured in a car accident in Tacoma, you are governed by the statute of limitations in Washington.
According to Revised Code of Washington (RCW) § 4.16.080, you generally have three years from the date the accident occurs to file your personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Failing to comply with the state’s time line means:
- You will not be able to file your lawsuit at all if the allotted time expires
- The at-fault driver will not be held financially responsible for the accident
- You will bear the full financial burden of an accident that was not your fault
Do not let time run out on your right or ability to collect the financial compensation you are due. While you focus on your physical recovery, or on helping an injured passenger or loved one through their physical recovery, our team focuses on building, proving, and accurately assessing the monetary value of your claim for financial recovery.
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Make Sure No Accident-Related Cost Is Overlooked
On your own, creating a detailed list of your accident-related expenses can be complicated. It can be easy to overlook or ignore the plethora of expenses and losses you are entitled to. According to RCW § 4.56.250, you can collect financial recovery for:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Current and future lost wages or income
- Funeral and burial expenses for a fatality
- Property repair or replacement costs
- Necessary in-home domestic services
- Pain, suffering, and inconvenience
- Mental anguish and emotional distress
You do not have to value your claim or fight for financial recovery on your own. Your lawyer can help you assign a monetary value to intangible portions of your claim like pain and suffering and mental anguish. Your lawyer can also help you accurately calculate the value of future expenses and losses including medical care and lost income.
Do not risk having your claim miscalculated, accepting a settlement offer that is too small, or being left with expenses for a failure to yield accident that was not your fault. Our team members can accurately value your claim and fight for the full compensation you deserve.
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Compile Proof and Evidence That Support Your Claim
With the guidance and direction of your lawyer, you can build a solid case for financial compensation. Your lawyer can use the following documents and evidence to support your right to financial compensation:
- Crash report
- Witness statements
- Pictures of your injuries
- Pictures of your car
- Medical records
- Medical bills
- Employment records
- Business records
You do not have to build your compensation claim alone. Your lawyer will use these documents and evidence to prove the other driver caused the accident, the cost to restore or replace your car, the cost to treat your injuries, and the cost of your lost income. Obtain these items as soon as they are requested to start building a successful case file right away.
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Do Not Hesitate to Get the Compensation You Deserve
When you are ready to seek the financial compensation you are entitled to, a Tacoma failure to yield accident lawyer is ready to support your claim. You can file your claim without adding to the financial aftermath of an accident because we do not charge an up-front fee. Instead, we only receive our fee after we negotiate a favorable financial settlement for you. Contact the personal injury team at Ben Crump Law, PLLC by calling (800) 598-7557 today to get your claim started right away.
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