Tri-Cities Personal Injury Attorney | Kennewick, Pasco & Richland, WA
Welcome to Anderson Law
Your Kennewick Personal Injury Lawyer
Getting into a Motor Vehicle Accident or other serious injury can be a very difficult and emotionally challenging experience. You need a consultation from a Personal Injury Lawyer. Our lawyers practice exclusively in the area of personal injury and will provide you with a free consultation to help guide you and evaluate your case. A lawyer (not a paralegal or a secretary) will be committed to your case and will help you deal with your physical injuries as well as receive the cash settlements and benefits to which you are entitled.
We know how stressful having an accident can be; that is why one of our Personal Injury Lawyers will handle your file from beginning to end, leaving you worry-free while you know that trained lawyers are fighting for your rights. We will provide you with access to medical experts in the personal injury field, which will greatly enhance your recovery from your injuries as well as increase your settlement.
Hiring a lawyer is your best option for dealing with the physical and emotional problems of having an accident. Without a lawyer, you leave yourself at the mercy of insurance companies and will not maximize the benefits to which you are entitled. A qualified Personal Injury Attorney will make sure all of the steps of the process are fair and just. Don't make the mistake of trying to navigate through the system on your own. Don't wait any longer. Let one of our Personal Injury Attorneys contact you to discuss your case.
Brian Anderson has been practicing law in the Kennewick, Washington area for the past seven years and has a practice dedicated to personal injury cases. Ned Stratton is also a personal injury attorney and Partner at Anderson Law. If you have been injured in Washington you will find that Anderson Law, Brian Anderson, and Ned Stratton have the needed experience and expertise to assist you. They are dedicated to your case and will do there best to insure that your interests and expectations are met. With Anderson Law you will also find a caring and compassionate attitude which is missing in many law offices. If you have been injured don’t hesitate to give Anderson Law a call today.
Personal Injury Cases
Some of the injury and accident cases we handle include:
- Car accidents
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Wrongful death
- Truck accidents
- Boating accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Insurance bad faith and IFCA claims
- Pedestrian injuries
- Other serious injuries
We have a Personal Injury Law Blog and Q&A page for the Tri-Cities area. If you have any Washington personal injury law related questions we would be happy to answer them in our blog. Just click on the Q&A tab above to submit your Washington personal injury legal questions.
A few of our recent Personal Injury Questions:
The latin phrase “non bis in idem” is translated as “not twice in the same thing” and refers to the right of a defendant to be protected from prosecution for the same crime twice. The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states: “No person shall be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” This is not exclusively an American doctrine, and is found in a similar form in the federal law of nearly every other modern country. In fact, every member of the Council of Europe has signed a convention which regulates human rights. Article Four of Protocol Seven of the Convention says that no person can be charged again for a crime that they have already been acquitted or convicted of. Laws that guard against double jeopardy are extremely important in any modern legal system, because of the how corrupt and easily abusable repeat trials would be.... read more
Is it just me, or does road rage seem to be more prevalent nowadays than it used to be? It seems that if you accidentally cut someone off, drive in the left lane too long, or use your horn to signal your presence, you may just tick someone off. I am not innocent, either, and can say I have found myself on both sides of this situation.
What do you do when: someone cuts you off in traffic; you notice someone texting and driving; someone changes lanes in front of you without using a turn signal; someone drives too slowly in the left lane; or someone stops at an intersection where there is no yield or stop sign and no vehicles in sight?... read more
How important is your privacy to you? And what would you define as a violation of that privacy? If your neighbor climbed over your fence into your backyard and peered into your window, would you not almost certainly be offended? Without any doubt, this person would be breaking multiple laws such as trespassing and the Peeping Tom law. However, what if someone used a more subtle or sneaky way to view you and your property?
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