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False Assumption - 2. The other driver admitted fault for the accident, so I don't think I need to call the police.
The other driver admitted fault for the accident, so I don’t think I need to call the police. As I mentioned in previous entries, a police officer can document important details following an auto accident. The traffic collision report can help…
Published Saturday, July 21, 2007

After a car accident, getting your bills paid
Car accidents injuries can be debilitating for any person. However, when medical bills are stacking up, you expect your auto insurance company to help you. In the state of Washington, most people injured in an accident have personal injury protection or…
Published Saturday, July 14, 2007

“Burden of Proof”
Two Auto Accidents causing overlapping and indivisible injuries “Burden of Proof” shifts to Defendants Generally, the plaintiff (injured party) has the burden of proof to establish their injuries. Burden of Proof in Washington is defined as “When it is…
Published Thursday, September 29, 2016

10 False Assumptions Made After an Auto Accident
What would you do after being involved in an auto accident? Would you call the police? Would you document the scene? Would you schedule an appointment with your doctor right away? These are all things to consider after being involved in an auto accident…
Published Thursday, January 28, 2016

Car Accident Tips: Injuries and Liability - LISTEN
Check out the latest conversation with Ed on Spirit 105.3 for Car Accident Tips on Injuries and Liability. Perhaps someone you know has recently suffered an injury from an auto accident, but it’s absolutely clear the collision was not their…
Published Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Resolving a Personal Injury Claim - LISTEN
Spirit 105.3’s Conversation with Ed Have you been injured in a work-related injury, auto accident, medical malpractice? Hear from Ed Harper by clicking the link above on how resolving a personal injury claim doesn’t have to be a long battle you…
Published Thursday, January 28, 2016

About Edward C. Harper and Harper Law PLLC
Throughout the past sixteen years practicing personal injury, insurance claims and medical malpractice, Ed has been successful in a variety of claims and/or lawsuits.
Published Monday, April 25, 2016

What to Do Immediately Following an Auto Accident
I thought it would be fitting to compile a “What to Do Immediately Following an Auto Accident” list, based upon frequently asked questions. Often when suffering from shock or experiencing a rush of adrenaline from injuries which can stem from…
Published Monday, January 25, 2016

10 False assumptions that people make following an accident
Insurance company and insurance company representatives are on your side. The other driver admitted fault for the accident, so I don’t think I need to call the police. The property damage estimate is accurate because a professional adjuster looked…
Published Saturday, July 21, 2007

Why is Apportioning Damages Important?
Dorothy Phennah, (see Phennah v Whalen 28 Wn. App. 19 (1980)), was injured in two auto accidents about three months apart. She admittedly had a pre-existing arthritic condition and had been seeing her physician for care for this condition. In two…
Published Tuesday, October 04, 2016

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