Why Hire An Attorney?

Do I Need an Attorney After a Car Accident? You’ve just been in a car accident. It wasn’t your fault, you are injured, and you are wondering what you should do. If you’re like me, a million thoughts pop into your head: the insurance card is here somewhere… I can’t believe he wasn’t watching traffic… […]

Washington Supreme Court enforces PIP medical benefits law

 The Washington Supreme Court recently made a decision that improves acceptance of Personal Injury Protection (or PIP) Medical claims. Insurers routinely deny these types of claims, contrary to state law, and the new decision tightens former loopholes.

 
PIP insurance is included in an auto insurance policy, and covers medical expenses and other services for those involved in a collision, regardless of fault. The law requiring PIP insurance to be offered to everyone buying auto insurances also gives the insurer the ability to deny coverage for PIP benefits - but only if the claims are not “reasonable, necessary, or related” to the accident, or if claims are made over 3 years after the accident.
 

Farewell to an American rite of passage

For the past century, driving has been a rite of passage marking teenagers’ independence and the fast approach of adulthood. Soon, this rite of passage will be a thing of the past. And most of the blame will be due to driverless cars. Acquiring a car will no longer be a considerable event signifying maturity, along with the many current milestones involving the freedom of driving, even if it’s just from Pasco to Richland or from home to the store.