Personal Injury & Insurance Claims-Zero Fees Unless We Win (360) 390-4104

Serving the Olympic Peninsula with offices in Sequim and Port Townsend
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STOP! DON’T SIGN ANYTHING AFTER YOUR ACCIDENT UNTIL YOU CALL A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY

You’ve been in an automobile accident, at no fault of your own. It’s only been a few weeks and the insurance company is already pressuring you to sign off on the accident, with a couple thousand dollars in your pocket.

Because you’re weary of the whole car accident thing, you’re tempted to take the money and be done with it.

Don’t do it! Your health, job, bank account, future, family, and your peace of mind may all be at stake.

Call us first before signing anything, at no charge to you (360.390.4104).

At Urquia Law, we protect and fight for injured victims in Port Angeles, Sequim, and Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, in Clallam County and Jefferson County, as well as in Kitsap, King, Snohomish, Pierce, Thurston, Skagit, Mason, and Island Counties.

One phone call to Urquia Law could potentially earn you thousands of dollars, the rightful compensation you deserve for all damages and losses: your vehicle, injuries, wage loss, household help, as well as pain and suffering.

Insurance companies use a variety of tactics to lure you into quickly signing off on your accident claim. Why? Because the sooner the claim is closed the more money that stays in the insurance company’s very deep pockets.

If the car insurance company is willing to give you a couple thousand dollars without a fuss or fight, then it’s likely your case is worth much more.

Call us. It will cost you nothing, except a few minutes of your time, to find out what your auto accident claim (or any other personal injury) is worth and if the insurance company’s offer is fair and reasonable.

Other personal injuries include but are not limited to slip and fall injuries, work injuries, dog bites, medical and dental malpractice, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, construction site accidents, and assault cases.

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