Aloha, OR, Personal Injury Lawyer
Have you or a loved one suffered an injury that led to financial loss, medical bills, or even the loss of life? You need a personal injury lawyer ready to fight to protect your right to compensation. At Strong Law, we understand these complicated and devastating events and have worked hard for years to help support our clients through these difficult times. We can help you, too.
No amount of financial compensation may fully alleviate your pain and suffering. Yet, beyond a doubt, you deserve financial support and guidance to help you manage your life's challenges and obstacles.
Our personal injury lawyers in Aloha, OR, will help you. We will guide you through this complicated process to ensure you get any compensation owed to you. At Strong Law, we are committed to helping you overcome the challenges you are facing as a result of the incidents others have caused in your life.GET HELP TODAY
Why Choose Strong Law?
Working with an Aloha personal injury attorney will allow you to gain insight and guidance into protecting your rights. Strong Law is dedicated to helping our client’s achieve the best possible outcome in every situation. Here are some of the reasons our clients trust us with their personal injury claims:
- We have a 98% success rate. That means that 98% of our clients are able to receive compensation for the losses they have sustained. We are proud to be able to help our clients get what they deserve.
- We get results. We have helped many people through personal injury cases achieve millions of dollars for their losses. Take a closer look at our case results to read the stories of people who have gone through the challenges you are facing and are able to get the compensation owed to them.
- We are dedicated to our clients. When you read our client testimonials, you will quickly see just how dedicated our team really is. We are passionate about supporting the needs of our clients every single day, through every single case.
- We understand. We are compassionate professionals. We understand what you are facing and what you have gone through because we have helped others in your situation. Let us protect your rights and your future.
- Our attorneys are experienced. Take the time to read Jed Strong’s bio now. You will find he is ready to support you through these tough times.
There is no good reason to wait to speak to your Aloha personal injury attorney. The longer you wait, the higher your risks are of not getting the evidence you need to prove your case. Do not let that happen to you. Call Strong Law now at 206-741-1053 for a free consultation to discuss your personal injury case.
Why You Should Hire an Aloha Personal Injury Lawyer
Our goal is to help you obtain the compensation you deserve after an accident occurs. Often, our clients do not realize just how much compensation may be owed to them. When you meet with our personal injury lawyers in Aloha, OR, to discuss your case, we will work closely with you to determine what your losses are. This may include:
- Past medical bills associated with the accident and any additional costs beyond this
- Future medical expenses related to your rehabilitation and long-term needs
- Lost wages and other benefits you did not receive due to the time missed because of your injury
- Loss of the ability to earn in the future, if you can no longer do your job or work at all
- Support for changes to your home to accommodate your limitations
- Funeral and burial costs if a loved one is lost in an accident
- Pain and suffering
- Lost quality of life.
No matter how devastating your accident is, you may underestimate the compensation owed to you, as many of our clients do. Our Aloha personal injury attorney will discuss all of your losses with you so that we ensure you get compensation for all of them.
Work with our Washington County Personal Injury Lawyers Instead of an Insurance Adjuster
It is very common for insurance companies to want to reduce the amount of money they pay out to you. If you are in an accident, it is their job to close your case fast and eliminate as much payment as they can. Our personal injury attorneys in Aloha, OR, will work hard to prove that you are owed full compensation for your losses. We will do this for you in a number of ways:
- We will talk to the insurance company to ensure they do not try to trick you into stating you are okay or that you may have been at fault in your accident.
- Our team will gather witness statements and expert testimony that prove what your losses are.
- We will prove negligence in your case and pinpoint who is responsible for the losses you have.
- Our goal is always to protect your rights, and we will aggressively do so. At the same time, we will treat you with respect and compassion throughout this process.
- We aim to settle your case as quickly as possible but are in it until we can achieve the best possible outcome.
Hiring an Aloha personal injury lawyer is the best way to protect your rights. Let our team go to work to do that for you today. Call Strong Law now at 206-741-1053 for a free consultation to discuss your personal injury case.
Let Us Guide You to the Best Outcome Possible
Our personal injury lawyers in Aloha, OR, are dedicated to your best outcome. We will do what it takes to achieve it. That includes helping alleviate as much stress as we can for you. We’ll handle talking to the other attorneys and gathering evidence. We also listen to you and work hard to show that someone else is responsible for your loss.
If you have suffered after a bike accident, motorcycle crash, car accident, or another catastrophic injury that someone else caused, reach out to us today. We will talk to you about whether you have a case and what it will take to prove it in a court of law.
Aloha, OR Personal Injury FAQs
A sudden and unexpected personal injury thrusts victims into a world that most of them know nothing about. Therefore, our clients have lots of questions. Our Washington County personal injury lawyers take as much time as necessary to answer all of them. The more our clients know about the process, the better decisions they make.
How do I know I have a case?
Even if a first responder or insurance adjuster said you were at fault for an injury accident, you may have a case. So, all these victims should schedule a free consultation with an Aloha personal injury lawyer who evaluates their cases and determines their legal options. This evaluation includes a close look at the evidence and the legal principles involved in your case.
Frequently, initial evidence is misleading. The police accident report in a fatal pedestrian injury claim is a good example. Since the victim didn’t survive, the police report only contains the tortfeasor’s (negligent driver’s) side of the story.
Legal principles include comparative fault. Emergency responders issue tickets to the drivers they believe are mostly responsible for wrecks. However, emergency responders are not jurors and they do not divide fault on a percentage basis. Under Oregon’s modified comparative fault law, as long as the victim was less, or equal to, 50 percent responsible for the accident, the tortfeasor must pay a proportionate share of damages.
The sooner your lawyer begins work, the stronger your case is. So, we urge victims to contact Strong Law immediately, so they know their legal rights.
My insurance agent says I need to settle now. What should I do?
Before we answer this FAQ, we must address an important point. An insurance agent is not “your” agent. Basically, insurance agents are salespeople. Their job is to make as much money as possible for their companies. Therefore, salespeople hate issuing refunds, which in this case is paying fair compensation for a serious injury.
Insurance agents almost always immediately pressure victims to settle cases quickly. In fact, adjusters often make offers to victims while they are still in hospital rooms. At this early point, there is no way for anyone to tell if that offer is fair.
An Aloha personal injury lawyer does more than advocate for victims in court. An attorney also handles all insurance company negotiations. Victims have more than enough to worry about. They need not add complex and one-sided insurance settlement negotiations to their lists.
When do you need an Aloha personal injury lawyer to file a case?
If your child is seriously ill, you should take your child to a pediatrician. Likewise, if you were seriously hurt in an accident, you always need an Aloha personal injury lawyer to advocate for you. However, an attorney often does not have to file a case.
Once medical treatment is at least substantially complete, attorneys can begin meaningful settlement negotiations with insurance companies. Occasionally, the law and facts are so clear that insurance company lawyers immediately agree to do the right thing.
Unfortunately, these instances are rare. Insurance company lawyers usually contest liability (legal responsibility) for the injury and the extent of damages the victim suffered.
In these situations, Washington County personal injury lawyers file legal claims, to protect the victim’s legal rights and pressure the insurance company into a settlement. Frequently, the judge appoints a third-party mediator to step in, supervise negotiations, and help the two sides agree on financial terms.
What are some examples of personal injury claims?
Our clients have suffered through a wide range of losses. That includes car accident injuries, slip and fall accidents, pedestrian accidents, brain injuries, and much more. We can also help you with a wrongful death claim if your loved one died as a result of someone’s negligence.
How long does a personal injury case take?
Frankly, there is no telling how long your personal injury case will take. Anyone who says anything else is either inexperienced or telling you what you want to hear. New car purchase negotiations often take several hours. If that’s how long it takes to work out something simple, imagine how long it takes to work out a complex personal injury case.
Future damages, such as lost wages and medical expenses, are a good example. Usually, an Aloha personal injury lawyer partners with outside professionals, like doctors and accountants, to determine these losses. As most of us know, different doctors often reach different conclusions based on the same set of facts.
Third-party liability is another common complication. Tortfeasors are individually responsible for the injuries they cause. A third party, such as an employer or alcohol provider, could be financially responsible for damages. To resolve these vicarious liability claims, Washington County personal injury lawyers must frequently bring out-of-state holding companies into legal disputes.
“Excellent attorneys and staff!! My attorney, Peter, and his paralegal, Katrina, went ABOVE & BEYOND to get me a settlement that was even higher than my own personal bottom line. I highly recommend Strong Law for all your personal injury claims. I would not have been able to navigate this 3-year long journey without them! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!”