Brett McCandlis Brown

Washington Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Law Firm

Brett McCandlis Brown

1310 10th St #104
Bellingham, Washington 98225

Phone(360) 714-0900

Website https://washingtoninjury.com

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Law Firm Overview

Brett McCandlis Brown is a personal injury law firm with locations in Bellingham and other cities, serving clients throughout the State of Washington.
Practice areas consist of vehicle and motorcycle accidents, bicycle and pedestrian accidents, recreational vehicle and boating accidents, railroad and aircraft accidents, slip and fall, medical malpractice, product liability including defective drugs, catastrophic and traumatic injuries, and wrongful death.

Dean Brett, Paula McCandlis, David Brown, Matt Conner, and Rand Jack have 70 combined years of legal experience and believe that an injury claim represents a major milestone in a client’s life. The legal team provides clients with all the information about their case and explains the options so they can make a decision that is best for them.

Brett McCandlis Brown takes any action possible to help clients recover physically, emotionally, and financially. The skilled and knowledgeable lawyers pursue clients’ rights with dedicated counsel.


Languages: English, Spanish.

Areas of Law









Additional Areas of Law: DUI/DWI Accidents; Recreational Vehicles Accidents; Distracted Driving Accidents; Fractures/Bone Injuries; Internal Injuries.


Areas of Law Description

- Personal Injury

Our dedicated personal injury attorneys have assisted victims and their families in a wide variety of cases, including: auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, construction accidents, and more.



Lawyers

Dean Brett Mr. Dean Brett
Attorney
Car Accident, Insurance, Mediation, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death

  

Affiliations

  • Whatcom County Bar Association
  • Washington State Association for Justice
  • Washington State Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice

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What happens if the other driver doesn't have insurance?

If you have been seriously injured in a car accident and are afraid the at-fault driver has no insurance, the Brett Murphy personal injury attorneys will first confirm that there is no insurance coverage available by researching all possible avenues of coverage. If there is insufficient insurance coverage available, we explore all available under-insured motorist coverage required by every insurance policy in Washington State. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

How are bicycle accidents different?

If you have been involved in a bicycle accident, you need a personal injury attorney who has experience to deal with the serious injuries that often result from a bike accident, who understands the unique laws applying to bicycle claims, and who can effectively deal with the anti-biking prejudice found in the non-biking community. Don't trust your bike accident case to an inexperienced lawyer. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

What happens when the person who caused the accident is not the owner of the car?

Learn how Brett Murphy personal injury lawyers handle auto accident claims when the at-fault driver is not the owner of the car, including cases when an employee is driving a company vehicle, a family member is driving the family car, or a friend or neighbor borrows a vehicle. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

What happens when a child is injured?

When a child is injured, disabled, or killed in a car, bike, swimming, gun, or other type of accident, you have three years from the child's 18th birthday to file a claim. However, it is best to build the claim quickly to avoid lost evidence, lost witnesses, and forgotten case details. And don't let insurance adjusters deny or undervalue your child's claim. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/

What is subrogation and how does it affect my settlement amount?

Although insurance companies have a right of subrogation to get reimbursed for their payments related to your injuries, Brett Murphy personal injury attorneys negotiate with insurance adjusters to reduce or eliminate subrogation amounts to increase your settlement. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

What kind of damages can I expect to receive in a civil suit?

Victims of car accidents are entitled to damages in a civil suit; economic damages include medical bills, wage loss, and property damage, while non-economic damages include pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

What is the effect of a pre-existing injury on my personal injury claim?

Brett Murphy personal injury attorneys help victims of auto accidents gain record settlements; we work with insurance adjusters to resolve issues with preexisting injury to minimize the effect of preexisting injuries and maximize your recovery for personal injury claims. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

What happens when more than one person is responsible for an accident?

When more than one person is responsible for an auto accident, the jury at trial will allocate fault among all of the at-fault parties. Because of the joint and several liability law in Washington State, if one at-fault party doesn't have enough insurance coverage to pay their part of your damages, the other at-fault party will be required to use their insurance coverage to cover the rest of your damages. Your personal injury attorney needs to establish that you are not at fault to maximize your recovery. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.

What money damages are available in a personal injury claim?

The six types of money damages available in a personal injury case are property damage, medical expenses, future medical expenses, lost earnings to date, future lost earnings, and general damages. A good personal injury lawyer will show an insurance adjuster or a jury how your personal injury has affected your life in these areas, and will maximize your claim settlement. See more at http://washingtoninjury.com/.




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