Handling Car Accidents And Auto Insurance Claims
If you have suffered a serious injury in a car accident or other motor vehicle crash, you may need assistance recovering the compensation you deserve from the responsible party. At the Kent office of Harpold Thomas, PC, we have been representing car crash victims in the Seattle/Tacoma area since 1972. Let us put our experience to work for you.
Talk To Us First
It is important to talk to a personal injury lawyer before you speak with an insurance representative. Insurance companies often try to take advantage of your vulnerability and offer a settlement on your auto insurance claim much lower than what you deserve. Using our experience, understanding of the law, and our skills in both negotiations and in court, we can help maximize the compensation you receive for your injuries and suffering.
Skilled Representation After An Injury
Our dedicated attorneys and staff represent victims of all types of auto accidents:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian-car accidents
- Bicycle-car accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
We provide sound representation to those who suffer serious injuries, including broken bones, back and neck injuries, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord damage. We also represent families of victims in wrongful death claims. Whether you were injured in a car accident that occurred in your neighborhood, on one of Washington’s busy highways, or on the job, we are the law firm for you.
Hit-and-Run And Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Cases
Did the negligent driver fail to stop after hitting you? Does the responsible party have too little insurance to cover all the costs of your medical bills? You may be able to recover monetary damages from your own insurance company, even in hit-and-run accident cases.
Call Now For A Free Consultation
Contact us today by calling 253-234-9520. Schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced and dedicated car crash and truck accident lawyer.
All motor vehicle accident cases are taken on a contingency-fee basis, which means we receive no payment unless you recover compensation in your lawsuit.