Everyone who’s been the victim of an accident deserves the proper legal representation. The right lawyer can mean the difference between a fair settlement and a lifetime of crippling medical bills and lost income. If you’ve recently been the victim of an accident, you owe it to yourself to weigh your legal options. That’s what we’re here for.
The Bernard Law Group has built its practice on the philosophy that everyone is entitled to having a high-quality legal team on their side. Our Everett personal injury lawyers work diligently to ensure that the victims of an accident have their voice heard. We fight for the little guy in practice areas as varied as:
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Negligence knows no class boundaries, which is why we stand up for anyone who requires our services, no matter their level of income. We offer every one of our clients the same no-fee guarantee which states that we don’t accept a payment unless we win or settle your case. This ensures our loyalty to you and allows you to hire the best in the business.
Our Formula For Success
What’s allowed us to develop a 98% success rate over 30 years in the business? Our proven methods allow us to:
Put together a claim from the ground up, with an especial focus on determining the parties involved and their level of liability, evaluating your injuries and their long-term impact, and examining the insurance policy coverage limits of all parties
Gather and present crucial evidence on your behalf and study the requisite safety features whose failure may have contributed to your injuries
Hire investigators, accident reconstruction specialists, and other experts to provide testimony on your behalf
The Importance of Record Keeping
Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Everett, Marysville, West Lake Stevens, Snohomish, and the Surrounding Areas
These steps and a variety of others allow us to best represent your case. But we can’t do it alone. In amassing over $250 million on behalf of our clients, we’ve come to the conclusion that one important factor can make or break a case: documentation of damages. If you’ve been in an accident, you absolutely must keep track of medical bills, lost income (proved via pay stubs and income tax returns), and whatever other receipts prove that you’ve incurred expenses as a result of the accident.
If you’ve made it this far, then it’s time to talk to a member of our expert legal staff. Simply call our number at any time of day or send us an email by way of the form on this page. We will get back to you immediately to help you make better sense of your situation.