Pedestrian Accident Attorneys

After a serious Puget Sound pedestrian accident, injured people and their families need help

Pedestrian accidents are a growing issue on the crowded streets across the Puget Sound region. Even a fairly minor pedestrian crash can result in serious and long-term injuries. And when an accident is fatal, families will need assistance as they begin the recovery process.

Personal injury attorney Bill Coats manages the insurance claim after a pedestrian accident

With 20 years of experience, Bill Coats serves as your advocate and support system. He oversees the insurance claim, start to finish, so that you can focus on recovery. He focuses on obtaining a full settlement that you are entitled to.

Resources that accident victims need after a serious pedestrian injury

The region's police departments will typically produce a traffic collision report after an injury crash. This report is a crucial piece of information needed to determine liability in a pedestrian accident. The region's major law enforcement agencies include:

Seattle Police Department Everett Police Department Marysville Police Department
Edmonds Police Department Lynnwood Police Department Lake Stevens Police Department
Mukilteo Police Department Arlington Police Department Monroe Police Department
Snohomish Police Department Mt. Vernon Police Department Anacortes Police Department

The Washington State Patrol is the repository for the state's collision records. The agency receives all Vehicle Collision Reports from law enforcement officers at the state, county, city, and town levels, along with civilians that report their own collisions. These reports are written for each vehicle collision resulting in injury or death of any person, or damage to property to $1000 or more. Go to this link to request a copy of a traffic collision report.

The region's major hospitals include:

Bill Coats and his team will obtain copies of these reports which are needed to fully support your claim.

Pedestrians are at higher risk of injury and death on the roadways across the Pacific Northwest

Across the region, pedestrians face a heightened level of danger due to their lack of protection from the impact of a collision with a motor vehicle. To improve safety for all road users, learn here about Washington State pedestrian laws. The more aware pedestrians and drivers are of the current laws, the safer we will all be.

Bill helps injured people across Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, and Island Counties:

Everett Lynnwood Marysville
Mill Creek Snohomish Anacortes
Mt Vernon Oak Harbor Bellingham
Blaine Ferndale Lynden
Stanwood Burlington Snohomish

When a pedestrian accident is serious or fatal, Bill Coats Law takes over to help injured people and families

When an injury is serious or a death occurs, the next step is to work with an experienced pedestrian accident lawyer to start the financial recovery process by launching an insurance claim. Bill Coats is that lawyer, and he and his team have the expertise to manage your personal injury or wrongful death claim with dedication and focus on obtaining a full settlement or verdict.

Bill Coats Law offers a no-fee guarantee - There is no fee unless we win

Bill Coats handles all of his personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you pay nothing up front, and you pay no fees if your claim is unsuccessful. You only pay if we deliver a successful claim.

Contact us today to get your questions answered and receive a free case evaluation. We can help you get your life back on track, and help you focus on recovering.

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You have been in an automobile accident in Bellingham Washington.  A Bellingham policeman arrives at the scene.  You are given some information but will need an accident report for the complete details of your accident.  Personal Injury Attorney Bill Coats often sees clients who only have the minimal information; he will immediately order the complete collision report for auto injury claims because it describes the “official” details of the accident as well as the registered owner’s name and insurance company.  To order a Bellingham Police Collision Report go to this website: 

A new report predicts that there will be a 10 percent jump 2014 and 2015, for pedestrian accidents and deaths; the largest rise on record. While there was no specific cause, this could be due to increased traffic resulting in car and pedestrian accidents. This could also be due to distracted drivers and pedestrians because of growing technology usage, according to the Governors High way Safety Association.