What Will Happen If I’m Arrested? Our Tacoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Explain

Monday, March 28th, 2016

For criminal defendants, their journey through the criminal justice system begins the moment they are arrested. In order to make your case go as smoothly as possible, you should be represented by Tacoma criminal defense lawyers during all stages of your case from the initial arrest up through the subsequent trial.

Contact Tacoma Criminal Defense Lawyers

To learn more about your rights, contact the Tacoma criminal defense lawyers from Greene & Lloyd, PLLC at (253) 770-0808.

Increase the Value of Your Personal Injury Case by Keeping a Symptom Diary

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Being able to procure the maximum amount of recovery is important for any type of personal injury case. Regardless of the nature of your personal injury, one simple method can assist you in increasing the value of your claim. The strategy is to use a symptom diary in which you record how you feel as time progresses. This video from your Tacoma personal injury attorney will explain in further detail.

Three Stages of a Personal Injury Case

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Generally, there are three phases in a personal injury case: investigation, arbitration and litigation. Nonetheless, the parties involved will sometimes settle without going to trial. This video provides valuable information on how your personal injury attorney can help you through the process.

Ask a Pierce County DUI Attorney: When Should I Fight a DUI Charge?

Monday, May 4th, 2015

A DUI arrest can seem like the end of the road in many ways. If the prosecutor offers you a plea deal, you may be inclined to take it because the thought of facing trial is so daunting. However, it is important to have any plea deal reviewed by your Pierce County DUI attorney before you accept.

What Police Look for When Making a Pierce County DUI Traffic Stop

Monday, April 20th, 2015

As a motorist, you have Constitutional rights. Before a police officer can pull you over for suspected drunk driving, the officer must follow certain procedures that do not compromise your rights. A drunk driving attorney can inform you of what a police officer looks for when stopping drivers under the suspicion of Pierce County DUI.

Your Tacoma Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Psychological Testing

Monday, April 6th, 2015

Under certain circumstances you may find that the defense requests for you to submit to psychiatric tests. They may specify that you be tested by a psychologist, psychiatrist or neuropsychologist. The purpose of this, of course, is to find a way to undermine your claim, but your Tacoma personal injury lawyer can help you protect your rights.

Three Steps to Take If You’ve Been Bitten by a Dog

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Dog bite attacks occur every day with many children being the victims of viscous attacks. This is even more of a concern when parents realize that a dog bite attack may lead to intensive medical treatments including surgery and scar removal. Additionally, these attacks are notoriously painful for the victims. If you or your child were injured by an attack, contact Pierce County personal injury lawyers immediately.

What Happens after You File an Insurance Claim

Monday, March 9th, 2015

The process of filing an insurance claim can seem cumbersome and bewildering. If you are involved in an accident and want to file a personal injury claim, talk to your Puyallup personal injury lawyer about what is involved in the process after you file. Here is an overview of the usual steps that a claim goes through following submission of a claim.

What Will Happen If I Refuse to Take Field Sobriety or Breath Tests

Monday, December 15th, 2014

If you have been pulled over by the police on suspicion of DUI, you might be under the assumption that refusing a breath test or sobriety test will mean an automatic guilty plea for you. This is not necessarily true depending on your circumstances. To learn more information from a Tacoma DUI attorney about what it means to refuse a test, watch this video.

Can You File a Lawsuit If You Sign a Waiver

Monday, November 24th, 2014

If you participate in certain dangerous activities, you may be asked to sign a waiver or release of liability. But if you are then hurt in these actions, you may ponder whether the waiver in fact stops you from suing. Watch this video from a Puyallup personal injury lawyer to learn more about your options if you sign a waiver.

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