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Colburn Law

Auburn Personal Injury Lawyer

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A personal injury accident can be devastating to everyone involved. You may have suffered severe personal injuries, expensive property damage, lost wages, or the unexpected loss of a loved one. A financial award will not take back the damages you have suffered, but it could give you the ability to move on. If you or a loved one has injuries from any type of personal injury accident in Auburn, contact the lawyers at Colburn Law. We can help you fight for justice and fair results for your case.

Why Choose Colburn Law?

Personal injury law is complex. The burden of proof rests with the victim of the accident. It will be up to you to prove the other party’s fault for your damages – unless you hire an attorney. Partnering with a law firm takes this burden off your shoulders. Your lawyer will take care of complicated claims processes such as filing your demand letter and negotiating with insurance companies, while you concentrate on healing. Hiring an Auburn personal injury attorney can ensure you receive the maximum possible compensation for your damages.

  • We have years of experience in every area of personal injury law in Auburn. Your case will benefit from our history of successfully handling hundreds of cases.
  • We offer free, no-obligation consultations where you can learn your rights and legal options. We will happily meet you at your home, hospital, or elsewhere for your meeting.
  • We only charge fees if we win your case. Our firm operates on a contingency fee basis. You will not owe your attorney a dime unless you achieve a settlement or jury verdict.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

Colburn Law has helped victims of all types of personal injury accidents for decades in Washington. We understand the legal theory of negligence, as well as specific laws that may apply to your case. Our attorneys can make the laws work in your favor, no matter which type of accident caused your recent injuries.

  • Auto accident
  • Boating accident
  • Burn injury
  • Insurance claims
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Premises liability
  • Product liability
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Workplace accident
  • Wrongful death

No matter what circumstances surround your recent personal injury accident, speak to an attorney at Colburn Law. We will review the facts of your case, help you understand your options, and begin the fight for fair compensation on your behalf. You could be eligible to receive reimbursement for a variety of accident-related damages from the at-fault party.

Who Is Liable for Your Damages?

Liability for damages refers to someone’s legal responsibility for your accident-related losses, because of that person’s role in causing your accident. The liable party could be many different people or entities depending on your situation. Colburn Law has gone up against the insurance companies of drivers, businesses, property owners, physicians, hospitals, employers, product manufacturers, and more.

We know how to identify the liable party in your case, and build a strong case against that party using the available evidence. The damages you could qualify to receive from the defendant include past and future medical expenses, lost wages, lost capacity to earn, pain and suffering, property damages, and wrongful death damages. Our lawyers can accurately evaluate your case and help you calculate the correct amount to demand in your action.

Contact Us Today

It is important to feel confident in the personal injury firm you choose to represent you. You should enjoy peace of mind as your attorney handles every aspect of your case. If you choose Colburn Law, you will be at the center of everything we do. We put the client first to achieve the exact results you need to move forward. If you or a loved one has recently been in a personal injury accident in Auburn, call (206) 880-7628 or contact us online today for a free case review.