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The “Welcome Page” of our site gives you a brief idea of the types of Personal Injury law practiced and a little information about why John Sterbick is the personal injury attorney you need on your side.
Motor Vehicle Accident Injury
Car accidents are the most common form of motor vehicle accidents. Every 10 seconds, someone in the United States is involved in a car accident. Under the law, if someone driving a vehicle does not use reasonable care, they are considered negligent. Find out how to get compensated for the damages you have suffered.
Brain or Spinal Injury
A brain or spinal injury can change the life of both the injured person and their family in an instant. John Sterbick will protect your rights and help you understand all your options so you can make the best decision.
Slip and Fall Injuries
Though a slip and fall may seem minor, often the injuries sustained are more severe than those suffered in a motor vehicle accident. If you have been injured in a slip or fall on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation for the full costs of your medical care, as well as past and future lost wages.
Nursing Home Injuries
Sometimes loved ones are actually harmed physically or emotionally by the intentional acts of a facility’s caregivers – the very people you trusted with their care and safety. If your loved one was harmed while in the care of a nursing home, get expert advice on how to protect your legal rights and find out if compensation for negligent care is possible.
Most bicycle injuries happen when the cyclist collides with a motor vehicle. While bicyclists must follow the same rules as drivers of motor vehicles, drivers are required to exercise caution when bicyclists are present. If a driver operates a motor vehicle in a careless manner, they are responsible by law for any injuries suffered by the bicyclist – physically, emotionally, and economically.
Dog Bite Injuries
Each year, dog bites are responsible for serious physical and emotional injuries to their victims. If you live in Washington and a dog attacks you – and you did not provoke it – the owner is liable for your injuries. A skilled lawyer will carefully assess your case to find out what insurance money you are entitled to for medical bills and other expenses.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common form of bankruptcy relief. When a person thinks of "bankruptcy," he or she is probably referencing a chapter 7. Chapter 7 is commonly known as a "liquidation" or "straight" bankruptcy, and allows a person to quickly eliminate most or all of his or her debt while being allowed to keep certain property.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows an individual to consolidate his or her debt while paying off some past–due and current debts. The debtor proposes a monthly payment plan to repay debt over a three to five year period depending upon the debtor’s monthly income and expenses.