If you have been injured in an accident due to the negligence of another person, you may have grounds to seek compensation.
If you have been seriously injured in an accident that occurred due to the negligence of another person, you may have grounds to seek compensation for your medical care, loss of income, property damage, pain and suffering, and other considerations. The process involved with obtaining fair compensation can be quite complex, and my assistance can be invaluable.
At Shea Law, I maintain a robust personal injury practice focused on protecting the interests of southeastern Washington injury victims. I have a complete understanding of injury victims’ rights in these matters, and am committed to seeing that they are fully protected.
I've successfully represented victims in a broad range of serious personal injury claims. I conduct a thorough investigation into every case to present the strongest possible case on your behalf. When appropriate, I will enlist the help of medical experts, life-planning experts, economists, and others in an effort to ensure that all of your current and future needs are considered.
Including car accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents. When negligent drivers cause auto accidents that result in serious injuries to innocent people, victims are entitled to seek full and fair compensation for any losses they suffer as a result.
A wrongful death occurs when one person is killed due to the negligent acts of another. Many of these deaths occur in serious auto accidents or because of a medical professional’s error.
Medical professionals have a duty of care to their patients, and it can leave patients at avoidable and unnecessary risk when that duty is not fulfilled — thus resulting in medical malpractice cases.
Each year, thousands of workers are killed or seriously injured working at construction sites. Although worker's compensation provides initial benefits, a separate claim can be pursued in some cases.