Washington State Accident Victims Need This FREE Book
Read This Book Before You Talk To An Insurance Adjustor Or Hire A Lawyer
Learn negotiation tactics used by insurance company claims adjustors, get tips on how to avoid common injury case pitfalls and learn how to get a fair settlement for your injuries.
"I want to thank you for sending the gift of your book which I read cover to cover the day it arrived...I found it very informative and helpful." -Lyn M., West Seattle
ONLY CAR ACCIDENT VICTIMS IN WASHINGTON STATE ARE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE THIS BOOK
In this book, Seattle personal injury attorney Christopher M. Davis explains the mistakes that Washington car accident victims often make when dealing with an insurance adjuster and in hiring a lawyer.
By reading The Ten Biggest Mistakes you will learn...
- How car accident and personal injury claims are valued;
- The steps in the personal injury claims process;
- How to settle your claim on your own (if you choose);
- How to interact with your doctors after an accident;
- How to interact with insurance adjustors;
- How to know whether you should retain a personal injury attorney;
- What an experienced personal injury attorney can do for you;
- How to choose an experienced and qualified car accident attorney for your accident claim;
- And much, much more!
Chris Davis & Former Insurance Adjustor Discuss The Book
Former Insurance Adjustor and Police Officer, Reggie, who has over 30 years of experience dealing with car accidents, weighs in with his impressions of the book. Also, Author of the Washington Accident Books, Chris Davis, talks about why he wrote The Ten Biggest Mistakes and why it's important for every Washington state motorist to read.
The Ten Biggest Mistakes will also help you to determine if you actually need a personal injury lawyer; learn how to hire an accident lawyer; and how to begin a personal injury claim. The book also covers what you need to know about lawsuits and the legal process.
Table Of Contents
- Chapter One - What is a Personal Injury or Accident Case?
- Chapter Two - You Entered Into a War Zone As Soon As You Were Injured.
- Chapter Three - Do You Really Need An Attorney for Your Accident Case?
- Chapter Four - How Do You Determine the Value of a Personal Injury Case?
- Chapter Five - The Legal Process for Personal Injury Cases.
- Chapter Six - How to Choose the Right Attorney for Your Accident Case.
- Chapter Seven - What You Need to Know About Lawyer Advertising.
- Chapter Eight - What a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Do For You.
- Chapter Nine - The Ten Biggest Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Washington Accident Case
- Chapter Ten - “Top Ten Myths” Lists.
- Chapter Eleven - Questions About Insurance.
- Chapter Twelve - What You and Juries Don’t Know.
- Chapter Thirteen - Why I Wrote This Book.
The Ten Biggest Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Washington Accident Case™ is packed with information that is helpful to anyone who may have a personal injury case such as victims of car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, serious injuries, whiplash, head injury, traumatic brain injury / brain damage, back problems, disc damage, spinal injury, and wrongful death.
Christopher Davis has spent nearly the last 15 years attempting to "level the playing field" between accident victims and insurance companies. He is passionately devoted to advancing and perfecting trial techniques and communication strategies on behalf of injured victims.
Car Accident Statistics For Washington State
Car Accident Statistics For Seattle, Washington
Car Accident Statistics In The United States
If you would like to speak with Mr. Davis about your case you may contact him at Davis Law Group, P.S. in Seattle at 206-727-4000.
NOTICE of DISCLAIMER:
This book is not intended to offer legal advice. This book is for informational purposes only. If you have specific questions about your accident case, you should speak to a qualified attorney in Washington State. The author, Christopher Michael Davis, is a licensed practicing attorney in good standing in the state of Washington. The Washington State Bar Association does not recognize or confer "Certifications" or "Board Certifications" for attorneys who may specialize in any one or more particular practice areas.