Effectively Addressing All Legal Matters Related To Your Car Crash
Even a relatively minor car accident can be a major setback. A serious one can change your life forever. Whatever your situation, you need the help of an experienced car accident attorney to obtain the compensation you deserve. Trying to handle your claim on your own usually results in receiving less than full compensation.
Mulvihill Law Firm PLLC has been representing clients in Everett and the surrounding area in automobile accident cases for more than 40 years. We understand how to deal with insurance companies to protect the compensation rights of our clients.
Helping You Build A Strong Claim
While you must report your car crash to your insurance company, you need to be aware that what you say can be used by the insurance company to deny your claim or reduce the compensation you receive. You should not make any statement to an insurance company representative without the advice of an attorney.
Mulvihill Law Firm PLLC can review your situation in a free consultation. If you decide to work with us, we will handle all dealings with the insurance company. If you need a rental car, we will enforce your rights to obtain one quickly. As a courtesy, if we are engaged to pursue your injury claim, we will also handle the property damage claim at no cost to you.
Freed of this burden, you can focus on what is most important — your recovery after a car accident.
Handling A Range Of Car Accident Cases
Mulvihill Law Firm PLLC has extensive experience in cases involving fatal car wrecks, broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, car accidents, trucking accidents and motorcycle collisions over the years, including numerous cases involving issues of uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. In addition to soft tissue and whiplash cases, we are prepared to handle more serious cases, such as those involving head injuries, spinal cord injuries and wrongful death.
Our goal in your case will be to maximize the compensation you receive. We want to help you make as full a recovery as possible — physically, financially and emotionally.