Sustaining an injury can lead to significant setbacks for a victim and their family. At Russell & Hill, PLLC, our dedicated and experienced team is here to help if you or somebody you love need a Pacific Northwest personal injury attorney. If the careless or negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity have caused you harm, we will use the full resources of our office to help ensure you receive compensation for your injuries. We are not afraid to stand up to aggressive insurance carriers or at-fault parties to ensure you are treated fairly.
The attorneys at Russell & Hill, PLLC have extensive experience helping clients who have sustained injuries in a wide variety of ways. This includes the following:
Our team regularly helps clients obtain compensation after sustaining the following types of injuries:
At Russell & Hill, PLLC, we understand that injury victims are often placed into precarious financial situations. This is usually due to incoming medical expenses as well as a loss of income if a victim is unable to work while they recover. That is why we take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that our clients will face no upfront or out-of-pocket costs related to their case. Our attorneys only collect legal fees after we secure the compensation to which our clients are entitled.
The time limit that victims of personal injuries have to file civil lawsuits varies depending on the state where the injury occurs. For most injuries caused by negligence, the statute of limitations is as follows:
If a personal injury victim fails to file a lawsuit against the alleged negligent party within these respective time frames, then they will lose the ability to recover any compensation for their losses.
If you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the actions of another individual or entity in, contact the team at Russell & Hill, PLLC for help with your case today. Our qualified team is ready to investigate every aspect of your case so that we can obtain compensation for your: