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Motor Vehicle Injuries

Representing Victims of Roadway Negligence

One of the most valuable freedoms we have in the United States is the ability to use our vast network of roadways. People take on average over one billion trips per day, roughly 90% of those with a personal vehicle. Unfortunately, careless drivers cause thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of injuries every year. These range from minor fender benders to major multi-vehicle collisions. Particularly vulnerable road users include bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorcyclists. Auto drivers in Washington and Idaho are required by law to have a minimum of $25,000 of liability insurance to pay for injuries negligently caused. At Barden & Barden, we represent road users who have been injured or killed because of someone's careless act on the roadway. 

Car Accident Injuries

Collisions between autos and trucks is the most frequent cause of injuries on our roadways. Despite significant safety improvements over the last several decades, the size, speed, and velocity of motor vehicles often causes the occupants serious injuries upon impact. Frequently soft tissues of the body are injured, including muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These injuries can take a long time to heal. The attorneys at Barden & Barden have worked with many auto drivers who were struck and injured. 

Trucking Injuries

Trucks on our roadways are a constant presence moving freight from place to place. It is estimated that over ten millions trucks are on our roadways at any one time. The large carrying capacity of these vehicles is beneficial for the businesses involved, but if an accident occurs, the effect on other roadways users is significant. The size and bulk of trucks can cause serious, life-altering injuries in a collision. Barden & Barden represents victims of trucking accidents who are seriously injured by these vehicles. 

Bus Injuries

A "common carrier" is a legal term to include any mass transportation vehicle such as buses, trains, and planes. While these vehicles are excellent ways to move people efficiently from place to place, an error by the driver, conductor, or pilot can cause serious injury or death to many passengers. The law places higher requirements on the companies that operate mass transport with regard to the safety of their passengers. Barden & Barden works with passengers who have been injured on buses, trains, planes, or other mass transportation.