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Personal Injury Attorneys With Offices in Bothell, WA and Kirkland, WA

Washington State Personal Injury Lawyer Max Meyers

For more than 15 years, Kirkland personal injury attorney Max Meyers has been the voice of the individuals in Washington State who have been harmed physically or mentally by the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or entity. Max has devoted his career to fighting for the rights of those who have been seriously or fatally injured in motor vehicle accidents, and helping them recover the compensation to which they're entitled.

What are some types of personal injury cases Max Meyers Law PLLC handles?

Some types of common personal injury cases include:

Car Accidents

Being involved in a Washington State car accident can be a life-changing event. If you or a loved one were injured in a King County car accident, or if you're simply looking for information, you've come to the right place. Throughout our website, our Kirkland car accident lawyers share valuable information to keep auto accident victims informed.

Here are some frequently asked questions and other types of informative content regarding car accidents in Washington State:

I was hit by a stolen car, who will pay for my damages?

Who has the right of way in a Washington State intersection?

What are the comparative negligence laws in Washington State?

What is PIP Insurance?

What is uninsured motorist coverage?

How can I calculate pain and suffering following a Washington State accident?

To find out more about Kirkland accident lawyer Max Meyers, visit his bio page. Also be sure to view some of Bothell car accident lawyer Max Meyers' past auto accident case results.

Truck Accidents

If you or a loved one were involved in a Washington State truck accident, an experienced truck accident attorney can help you gather and preserve the evidence you need for a successful case. Here are some frequently asked questions and other informative content regarding Washington State truck accidents:

What are the different types of truck driver negligence?

What are some common ways that truck drivers are distracted?

How can I stay out of truck drivers' blind spots?

Motorcycle Accidents

Riding a motorcycle can be a dangerous experience, especially when Washington State motorcycle riders come across careless automobile operators who can cause accidents due to their negligence. Here are some frequently asked questions and other informative content regarding motorcycle accidents in Washington State:

Washington State Motorcycle Accidents

What should I do if I was involved in a Washington State motorcycle accident?

Why should I wear a motorcycle helmet in Washington State?

How do I file a motorcycle accident personal injury claim in Washington State?

Can I make an injury claim in Washington State if I don't have a motorcycle endorsement on my driver's license?

I was in a motorcycle accident without license. Can I still recover damages?

What are some common causes of motorcycle accidents?

How can distracted driving can cause motorcycle accidents?

How often can drunk driving cause motoryclce accidents?

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries:

What are some common motorcycle accident injuries?

Leg injuries sustained from motorcycle accidents

Eye injuries sustained from motorcycle accidents

Broken bones sustsained from motorcycle accidents

Skin graft procedures for victims of road rash in Washington State

Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents

Washington State is a bicycle and pedestrian-friendly area. Many are victims of accidents and injuries, being caused by careless drivers and other vehicle operators. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding bicycle and pedestrian accidents in Washington State:

What are the common signs of a concussion following a bike accident?

What are some common (and more serious) injuries following a bicycle accident?

How can I prevent road rash following a bicycle accident?

What are the pedestrian obstruction and interference laws in Washington State?

Personal Injury Attorney in Washington State

Personal injury cases often involve suing the person responsible for your injury, or filing a claim against that party's insurance company and any other parties that may be liable for your losses. Washington State personal injury cases may go all the way to trial, though many are negotiated with the defendant or his or her insurance company before a trial becomes necessary. Here are some frequently asked questions regarding personal injury in Washington State:

What can I win in a Washington State personal injury lawsuit?

If you have been injured in a King County accident, or an accident that occurred elsewhere in Washington State, caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you may be entitled to damages or compensation for your personal injury. There are multiple types of damages that personal injury claimants may pursue, including:

  • compensation for medical expenses;
  • reimbursement for loss of income;
  • payments to repair damaged property;
  • compensation for pain and suffering;
  • damages for emotional distress;
  • payment for loss of enjoyment; and
  • payment for loss of consortium.


The type of damages you can receive from a Washington State personal injury claim will depend on your individual case and the types of losses and expenses you've incurred as a result of the accident and injury.

Why should I hire a Kirkland personal injury attorney?

After an auto accident, you have enough to worry about without having to deal with insurance companies or argue about medical expenses. A Kirkland car crash lawyer can fight the insurance companies for you, so that you can focus on putting your life back together. While you focus on your recovery, your accident attorney will focus on getting you the verdict or settlement you deserve as quickly as possible.

What makes Max Meyers Law different?

You won’t be just another client at Max Meyers Law. Max Meyers chose to maintain a small Kirkland personal injury practice so that he can provide you with personal service and his full attention. Max Meyers will handle your case personally and speak with you frequently about any new developments.

We know that you may be struggling financially after an accident. Max provides a free, no-obligation initial consultation so that you can discuss your case. Additionally, Max Meyers Law works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will owe no money up front, and the firm gets paid only if you get paid. If you are located in King County, Seattle, or anywhere else in the immediate area, contact Kirkland personal injury attorney Max Meyers today.

If you'd like to gather more information about the type of claim you may pursue for your injury, we invite you to request any one of our FREE legal guides here.

Looking for a Kirkland Personal Injury Lawyer?

Contact Max Meyers Law today!

We look forward to serving your needs and ensuring you receive fair compensation for your injuries. If you think you may have a personal injury case in Washington, call (425) 399-7000 to speak with Kirkland personal injury lawyer Max Meyers today!

What Clients Say

My advice to anyone who has been in a car accident is don’t wait around... call Max right away!

Corey Gleason, Camano Island, WA

He's a man of extreme integrity, an attorney unlike any other you will ever come across. We all need good sound advice without feeling like we are getting the screws put into us!

Chris Black, Bellevue WA

Having Max there really helped because he was someone I could trust, he knew the accident process extremely well and I got along with him, which was very important to me.

Daniel H., Renton, WA

Max was great! He was always there to answer my questions.

Irene, Bellevue, WA

He was very friendly, easy to talk to, professional, and I trusted him completely from the start.

Lisa E, Ellensburg, WA

He is up front, honest, and will tell you the truth.

Chris A., Renton, WA

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Injury attorney Max Meyers has condensed his years of legal wisdom and experience into four comprehensive guides to the world of personal injury claims. Since 1997, Max has helped injured motorcyclists, bicyclists, drivers, and pedestrians negotiate their insurance claim settlements. He's seen it all, and now he's sharing it with you FREE of charge.

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What if my damages exceed the at-fault driver's insurance coverage limits?

Accidents can lead to serious — and expensive — injuries. While you can recover compensation from the at-fault driver’s insurer, most drivers only carry minimum car insurance coverage. If your accident-related damages exceed insurance coverage limits, you may have other options to pay for your damages.

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How Do I Get A Motorcycle License In Washington State?

To get a motorcycle license in Washington state, you need to visit an approved motorcycle training school and complete one of two riding assessments.

Your first option is to pass a knowledge and riding skills test. The knowledge portion of this test will simply measure your understanding of the state’s driving laws and how to safely operate a motorcycle.

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What is PIP insurance? Should I use it after a car accident?

PIP is short for Personal Injury Protection. PIP is an insurance coverage contained in most Washington auto insurance policies.

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Bicycle/Pedestrian Accidents: Who Is Liable If A Bicyclist Struck A Pedestrian?

Liability for a bicycle/pedestrian accident works the same as any other type of accident in Washington state. Pure comparative negligence rules mean that each party involved in an accident between a bicyclist and a pedestrian will have their degree of fault assessed and their right to recovery reduced accordingly.

In an accident where a bicyclist hits a pedestrian, each party is potentially liable for the crash. Therefore, each party must present evidence to prove the other party was more at fault for causing the collision than the other.

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Who Has The Right Of Way At An Uncontrolled Intersection In Washington?

Two drivers approach an intersection at the same time. There is no traffic light, stop sign, or other traffic control device. Who has the right of way in the state of Washington? Accidents happen when drivers don't know the answer to this question. Sometimes with tragic results. Washington state law under RCW 46.61.180 says:

"When two vehicles approach or enter an intersection from different highways at approximately the same time, the driver of the vehicle on the left shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right."

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  • 11200 Kirkland Way, Suite 340B-1
    Kirkland, WA 98033
  • Phone: 425-485-2454
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