Personal Injury Attorney in Grays Harbor County

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Personal Injury Attorney in Grays Harbor County

When you live in the beautiful, easy-going Grays Harbor County, you rarely think about accidental injuries until something happens to you. Whether you slip and fall or someone crashes into your car, the injuries you sustain can disrupt your life. Even if your insurer pays your medical bills, you must manage with copayments, deductibles, wage losses, and other financial setbacks. If you’re dealing with these challenges, you need a legal representative advocating on your behalf. When you work with Bonin Law, our personal injury attorney in Grays Harbor County protects your legal rights and determines if someone owes you compensation.

Why Choose Bonin Law?

At Bonin Law, we have resolved injury claims for clients in Grays Harbor, Island, Skagit, Mason, and Thurston Counties. We believe that it’s important to bring a local voice to every case. We work hard to achieve quality results for every client we serve.

Our personal injury team has worked closely with our injured clients. We have seen how injuries affected every aspect of their lives. We have always realized that financial compensation could not change what happened. When available, it can help an injured person maintain their pre-accident lifestyle.

When you establish a working relationship with our law firm, we take immediate steps to learn about your accident and injuries.

Personal Injury Attorney in Grays Harbor County, WA

Listen to your version of the incident

View and photograph the accident scene

Speak to witnesses
Intervene with first and third-party insurers
Obtain medical bills and doctor reports
Evaluate liability issues and injuries
Identify negligent parties and notify them of your claims
Protect insurance carriers’ subrogation rights
When appropriate, negotiate, mediate, or litigate injury claims

Personal Injuries in Grays Harbor County

A personal injury is a physical, mental, or emotional harm that occurs due to someone else’s negligent act. Injuries can occur just about anywhere, including where you work, play, drive, participate in recreational activities, or seek entertainment.

Car Accidents

Vehicle accidents don’t happen very frequently in Grays Harbor. When they do occur, occupants sustain minor, moderate, severe, and sometimes fatal injuries. The Washington State Department of Transportation’s most recent annual accident crash data shows these vehicle accident statistics for the county.

  • Total Crashes: 659
  • Total Fatalities: 5
  • Total Suspected Serious Injuries: 27
  • Total Suspected Minor Injuries: 73
  • Total Possible Injuries: 66
  • Total Accidents With No Apparent Injuries: 488

Our personal injury attorney handles crashes involving:

  • Private Passenger Cars and Trucks
  • Motorcycles
  • Pedestrians
  • Bicycles
  • Commercial Trucks
  • Tractor-Trailers
  • Other Vehicles

Premises Liability Accidents

Sometimes accidental injuries occur due to a property owner’s negligent acts. Poor maintenance, safety, security, property deterioration, and other premises issues often cause or contribute to these incidents. Innocent victims fall due to faulty pavement. They sustain burns from electrical exposures, and they trip on poorly lit stairs. Childhood drownings occur when property owners fail to implement adequate pool safety measures.

Dog Bite Injuries

Washington’s Dog Bite codes hold owners strictly liable for any injury their dog causes while in a public place. The owner is also liable for injury to a person who is legally on their premises, such as a mail person or an invited guest.

Severe Injuries

No matter how it happens, a serious accident always has the potential to cause severe, catastrophic, or disabling injuries. The most traumatic injuries sometimes cause fatalities. Those who recover from their injuries, often deal with costly medical treatment, arduous recoveries, strenuous rehabilitation, and lifelong impairments. These severe injuries occur more frequently than they should.

  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Traumatic Digit and Limb Amputations
  • Multiple Fractures
  • Internal Organ Damage
  • Loss of Reproductive Organs
  • Anoxic and Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Catastrophic Burns
  • Total Loss of Vision
  • Fatal injuries

At Bonin Law, we have the knowledge and resources to resolve your case, regardless of your injury severity.

Wrongful Death

If your loved one sustains a fatal injury due to someone’s negligence, we can determine if you have the right to compensation. Washington’s Wrongful Death codes allow a personal representative to seek damages on behalf of a decedent’s beneficiaries. We understand that you need time to work through your grief, but if you want to assert your rights, you must take immediate action.

We help our clients meet court mandates and critical deadlines. To ensure that we have time to protect your rights, we recommend that you contact us as soon as possible after your loved one’s accident.

Recoverable Damages For a Personal Injury Claim

When we resolve an injury claim, the settlement or judgment usually includes:

  • Economic Damages: Out-of-pocket costs for medical bills, lost income, medication, therapies, prostheses, and other treatment, recovery, rehabilitation, and mobility expenses
  • Non-Economic damages: Negotiated damages for pain, suffering, disability, disfigurement, loss of consortium, and other subjectively assessed issues

Insurance companies and courts determine whether an injured person contributed to an accident. A settlement sometimes reflects a reduction based on the injured person’s negligence percentage.

Statute of Limitations

In Washington, you have a three-year statute of limitations that begins as of the date and time your accident occurred. If you don’t settle your claim or file a lawsuit by your three-year deadline, you lose your right to make a claim.

When you’re recovering from injuries, you can easily lose track of this important deadline. To preserve your right to make a claim, we recommend that you contact Bonin Law as soon as possible if a negligent person injures you.

Contact Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Grays Harbor County

When someone injures you, you should never handle your claim without legal assistance. Contact Bonin Law as soon as possible after your accident. You can reach us at (360) 427-7474 or send us a message on our contact page.

Contact Us

If you'd like to speak to one of our experienced Washington State personal injury, estate law or general law attorneys call (360) 427-7474 or fill out the form for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Our Service Areas

Our offices are conveniently located in Shelton WA and Oak Harbor WA. These easy-access locations allow us to provide our clients with Mason County attorneys, North Mason County attorneys, Thurston County attorneys, Grays Harbor County attorneys, Island County attorneys, Skagit County attorneys, and Anacortes attorneys.

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Shelton Location

Bonin Law

424 N. 4th Street,
Shelton WA 98584

Shelton Office

Bonin Law Shelton

424 N. 4th Street,
Shelton WA 98584

Phone: (360) 427-7474

Fax: (360) 427-7475

Email: officeemail@johnbonin.com

Mailing Address:
PO Box 783
Shelton, WA 98584

Oak Harbor Location

Bonin Law

32650 State Rte 20 Suite C205,
Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Oak Harbor Office

Bonin Law Oak Harbor

32650 State Rte 20
Suite C205
Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Phone: (360) 427-7474

Fax: (360) 427-7475

Email: officeemail@johnbonin.com

Mailing Address:
PO Box 783
Shelton, WA 98584

Hours

Mon-Fri:
8:30 AM–12 PM
1 PM–4:30 PM
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed