Practice Areas

Russo & Graham represents people with injuries from a variety of causes throughout the state of Washington. Many factors come into consideration in determining whether a person has a significant personal injury claim, so please feel free to call if you have any questions or if you feel you may have a claim.

Vehicular Injury

Auto accidents occur every day in the state of Washington. Thousands of people are seriously injured in motor vehicle collisions. As soon as possible after an accident has happened, start compiling all the information that pertains to the accident. Keep information about witnesses, photographs, and insurance. Most importantly, an injured person should obtain medical treatment needed to make a full recovery. In that regard, give complete and accurate information to your physician on how the accident happened, and how you felt after the collision.

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Injuries can occur to people due to the negligence of another person or entity. Injuries occur from dangerous products, medical treatment or while on the job. Certain factors are used by attorneys, insurance adjusters, arbitrators, and juries to evaluate injury claims. Some of these factors are:

  • How serious is the injury?
  • Is the injury permanent?
  • Is there physical disfigurement?
  • How much were the medical expenses?
  • How long did it take to recover from the injury?
  • Was there wage or income loss?

All of the above factors come into consideration in evaluating a personal injury claim. Please feel free to call us at the numbers listed below if you have any questions or for a free telephone evaluation.


Medical or professional negligence can occur to people seeking treatment with all types of health care providers. Sometimes medical negligence can result in devastating injuries or death. Generally, you have three years from the date of the negligence to file a lawsuit. You may have less time, however, if the negligence was committed by an employee of the United States Government.

If you feel you have been injured by medical negligence, contact us at the number located below for a free telephone consultation.