Category: How We Handle Your Case

What Do Personal Injury Attorneys Really Do?

We’ve all heard the term “ambulance chasers,” a derogatory term used to describe personal injury attorneys. It insinuates we tastelessly chase injured clients. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Attorneys get a lot of ribbing (who hasn’t heard a good lawyer joke?) and personal injury attorneys seem to get the brunt of it. There… Read more »

How Social Media Impacts Your Personal Injury Claim

The impact of social media is widespread and far-reaching.  Top social media sites include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. In 2018, there were 243,600,000 social media users in the United States alone.  That’s right…more than 243 million!  Most of you reading this have an account on at least one of these sites. Social media… Read more »

How Listening Makes All the Difference in Your PI Case

We really listen to our clients.  Here’s why that makes ALL THE difference.  Abeyta Nelson Injury Law recently represented a young woman who was struck by a vehicle as she crossed a street near her college campus in Seattle. Prior to hiring Abeyta Nelson Injury Law, she had been represented by two other lawyers at… Read more »

5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney

If you’ve been injured and need to make a claim against an insurance company for your injuries, you probably need a lawyer to help you.  If you are like most people, you’ve never made an injury claim against an insurance company and probably are unsure how to go about choosing the best lawyer for your… Read more »

If You Have a Personal Injury Claim, It May Be Best to Wait to File Bankruptcy

If you’ve been injured and believe you have a personal injury claim, you shouldn’t file a bankruptcy without first having a thorough discussion with a personal injury attorney. You could lose a large portion of your claim in bankruptcy. A personal injury claim is treated as an asset in a bankruptcy, just like a house,… Read more »

Why Your Personal Injury Case Likely Won’t End Up in Court | David Abeyta

I am often asked: “Is my case going to end up in court?” This is typically one of the first questions I hear at an initial conference with someone who has been injured in a car crash. There is a common misconception that all injury claims end up in court, and ultimately at trial. Many… Read more »