Free personal injury case evaluation. No recovery, no fee.
We handle personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis. That means you never pay an attorney fee unless and until the case is resolved in your favor either in settlement or in court. There are no up front costs. We do not get paid until you do. Any personal injury or medical malpractice case must be brought within the statute of limitations. Also, it is important to properly investigate any personal injury claim early. Contact us for a free personal injury case evaluation.
Representing personal injury victims is about ensuring justice. People who have been injured by the negligence of others are entitled by law to be made whole, including recovery for personal injury damages such as pain and suffering, emotional distress, loss of income, and medical expenses. Contact us today for a free personal injury case evaluation.
Home/hospital/work place visits.
Home or hospital visits are available if your injury makes an office visit difficult. Weekend or evening visits are available. An experienced and highly rated Seattle personal injury attorney will personally handle your case from start to finish. Injury cases accepted include auto accident injury, dog bite injury, pedestrian accident, product liability, and medical malpractice. Travis Eller has been representing personal injury victims in Seattle and the Puget Sound area for over seventeen years. He has earned the National Institute for Trial Advocacy “Advocate” designation. Travis Eller has been rated “Superb” by independent attorney rating service avvo.com.
Insurance companies are not on your side.
Insurance companies have their shareholders' interests at heart, not yours--but do not just take our word for it:
“I ripped off a lot of people and I feel bad about that….My goal at the time was to save [the insurance company] money, not settle claims for what the case was worth.”
--An adjuster for a major insurance company as quoted in the Wall Street Journal.
Dog Bite Injury
Under certain circumstances strict liability may apply to dog bite injury.
Who is at fault for an auto accident and to what extent will depend on a multitude of factors, some or all of which may be disputed by various parties and witnesses.
Defective Product Injury
Insurance Bad Faith
If you believe your insurance company unfairly denied your claim, or misled you into buying the wrong coverage, you may be right. Insurance law gives you important protections and rights as an insurance policy holder. Do not give up hope. Contact us to find out more.
“Mr. Eller is always responds in a timely manner and always answers all the questions one may have without making things more complicated…Not all attorneys are the same and trust me, I shopped around and Mr. Eller was not only reasonable but also provided fantastic service. I won’t use any other attorney.” Actual client comments […]
“Do yourself a favor and use [Travis] Scott Eller as your attorney.”
You go to a public event at a city park. A tent set up by a public utility district collapses. You are injured. You make a personal injury claim against the public utility district, but if you delay contacting an attorney you risk making it difficult and possibly impossible to pursue the claim. A couple […]
Two recent appellate decisions illustrate some of the challenges injured parties face in premises liability claims. Our firm did not participate in either of these cases. Chair Collapses and Injures Customer Mark Haubrich went to a pizza place with a friend. They sat outside on the deck. About forty-five minutes later Haubrich’s chair broke where […]
Recreational use statutes encourage landowners to open land for public recreational use by providing the landowner immunity from liability for personal injury. The purpose of the recreational use statute is to encourage the opening of lands to the general public that would otherwise be closed. Immunity under the recreational use statute applies only if 1) […]
Seattle Personal Injury Attorney
No recovery, no fee.
Personal Injury Blog Categories
- Airport and Airplane Accident Injury Claims
- Auto Accidents
- Case Results and Client Testimonials
- Child Safety
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Consumer Protection
- Dog Bite Injury
- Drunk Driver Injury Accident
- Injury Claims Against Government
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Insurance Coverage
- Issaquah Personal Injury Attorney
- Medical Malpractice
- Overservice of Alcohol ("Dram Shop") Liability
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Washington Personal Injury Law
- Wrongful Death
Who pays the attorney fee?
We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you owe nothing unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you. Even then, your own insurance may owe you for some of the attorney fee. It is called Mahler after a court case.