Personal injury claims can be complicated, but not every case requires a lawyer. If settling your case directly without a lawyer is an option for you, we will explain the alternatives so that you can decide if you need to hire an attorney.
Our first concern is your health. Our foremost goal is to ensure that you have been correctly diagnosed and treated for your injuries. We look for conditions that may have been overlooked, and we may suggest that you be examined by other medically specialties to increase the chances of maximum medical recovery.
We work with you, your auto insurer, and your health insurer to confirm payment of your ongoing medical bills to the greatest extent possible. Where insurance is not available, we work with your health care providers on payment plans and lien guarantees until your case is settled.
We consider the value of your claim only when you are sufficiently recovered from your injuries. Unlike many attorneys, our fees are graduated – we charge 25% of the gross recovery if settlement is reached before suit is filed, and 33.33% thereafter (fees may be higher in the event of trial or appeal). We are here for you throughout the litigation process, helping you answer interrogatories, preparing you for deposition and trial, and making sure you understand the litigation process at every stage.
Attorneys: Joe Koplin
Specific Areas of Practice:
Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
Premises Liability Claims
Product Liability Claims
The impact of an injury can be overwhelming. Moschetto & Koplin, Inc. personal injury attorneys in Bellevue and Seattle, has a proven track record of representing clients in many different areas of personal injuries. We have successfully represented clients in cases involving:
- Motor vehicle collisions
- Bicycle accidents
- Slip and falls
- Dram Shop claims (Alcohol sales and overserving)
- Premises liability
- Product liability claims
- Construction site injuries
- Wrongful Death
- Third Party claims arising from workers compensation injuries
- Insurance coverage disputes
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Psychological injuries
- Unusual injuries, including TMJ, TOS, toxic exposures