Attorney Rob Kornfeld Knows
What It's Like To Be Injured

Auto Accident Attorney in Seattle

Kornfeld Law Can Help You Move Forward After an Accident

Each time you get behind the wheel, you put your trust not only in your own driving skills, but also in the driving skills of every other driver on the road. Motor vehicle accidents can be extremely frightening, especially if the crash is especially severe or results in major injuries or fatalities. Rollover accidents, for example, often cause major damage, which can make them more traumatizing and difficult to recover from.

If you were involved in an accident, Kornfeld Law can help. Attorney Kornfeld understands what it's like to be injured in a traumatic car crash because he has had firsthand experience. He survived a traumatizing motor vehicle accident that rendered him unconscious and resulted in significant physical harm and numerous surgeries.

When another person’s careless or reckless behavior causes a car crash, don't sit back and accept the consequences. If you survived an accident, contact our experienced personal injury lawyer for the best chance of obtaining maximum compensation.

Call Robert Kornfeld, a skilled car accident lawyer serving Seattle , Kirkland, Bellevue, Everett, and the Greater Washington State Area.

How Long Do I Have to File a Claim?

Seattle Car Accident Attorney | Serving Kirkland & Everett, WA

If you’re the victim of an auto accident, you have a limited amount of time to seek compensation for your personal injuries and property damage. In the state of Washington, you must file your claim within three years of the accident date and two years in Arizona. If you fail to file your case will be time barred forever.

In order to abide by the statute of limitations, you need to speak with an attorney about your potential case as soon as possible. The sooner you can file your claim, the more likely your lawyer will be able to gather clear witness statements, evidence and other pertinent facts to strengthen your claim. If you wait too long, you may also have to pay more out-of-pocket expenses before you receive a settlement.

Can I Still Receive Compensation If I am Partially At Fault?

Insurance companies do not have the injured party’s best interest at heart, no matter how they may try to convince you otherwise. Unfortunately, insurance companies commonly attempt to argue injured individuals out of their rightful monetary compensation by stating that the injured victim was partially or completely at fault for the accident. Even if there is proof that you, the driver, share fault, you can still receive compensation through Washington's comparative fault law.

Through comparative fault, the plaintiff and defendant in the car accident case are each assigned a percentage reflecting how much they are responsible for the accident. The court will then deduct the plaintiff’s at-fault percentage from the recovery they were initially awarded. For example, if you were awarded $20,000 in compensation, but 20% of the fault was attributed to you, you would only receive $16,000 in total compensation.

Hear From Our Satisfied Clients!

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"I am very pleased. Thank you for all your help! It was my first car accident and I had no idea what to do, you all were a huge help and blessing. I would recommend this firm to friends and family. They were straightforward, had good communication and handled the process well. Thanks again."

- Car Accident Client

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today!

Since he began practicing personal injury law in 1980, Robert Kornfeld has helped people like you receive compensation for their car-crash-related injuries and damages. Rob was involved in a serious collision in 1985, so he understands exactly how your case can affect you, and he wants to use his knowledge and resources to provide you with the legal advocacy you need and deserve to win.

Contact Kornfeld Law to speak with our legal team. We accept cases in Kirkland, Bellevue, Seattle, Everett and the Greater Washington State Area. Plus, we take out-of-state cases. Call (425) 657-5255 today for a free consultation, or email Rob at Rob@Kornfeldlaw.com for a quick answer to your legal questions. We are available to meet you at one of our offices or, if you unable to come in because you are in the hospital or immobile at home, we can come to you.

Verdicts & Settlements

  • $2,825,000.00 Brain Injury
  • $2,500,000.00 Brain Injury
  • $2,500,000.00 Medical Malpractice
  • $2,500,000.00 Medical Malpractice
  • $2,362,000.00 Medical Malpractice
  • $2,300,000.00 Traumatic Brain Injury
  • $2,225,000.00 Wrongful Death
  • $1,900,000.00 Brain Aneurysm
  • $1,500,000.00 Medical Malpractice
  • $1,500,000.00 Stroke Case

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