Ryan Witt

Ryan Witt

December 22, 2017

Motorcycle Accidents

Statistically, motorcycle accidents are more severe than auto accidents. For each mile driven, a motorcycle fatality occurs 29 times more frequently than a passenger car fatality. In 2015, there were 4,976 deaths from motorcycle accidents. In that same year, there were approximately 88,000 motorcyclists injured (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration).

Damages & Liability

When managing a motorcycle accident personal injury case, there are two key factors to consider. First, you must establish liability. Second, damages must be established. As far as liability, a motorcycle accident is generally handled in the same manner as an auto accident. However, motorcycle accidents are often subject to “blame shifting” by the at-fault party’s insurance company. Motorcyclists are perceived to travel faster and do more lane changes than a passenger vehicle. Insurance companies often use this perception to shift fault. Additionally, these cases often have larger damages and greater resistance by insurance.

Document, Document, Document

The most important thing that you can do after a motorcycle accident is collect evidence. This starts with the police or state patrol but you can’t rely entirely on them. If you are able, talk to witnesses and collect their statements and contact information. Determine if there are nearby homes or businesses with security cameras. You can take photos of the scene and photos of your damaged bike. The goal is to collect evidence that establishes the other party was at fault. Your attorney will assist with this process and present the evidence so the insurance company can not dispute fault.

Once liability is established, damages are determined by evaluating property damage as well as medical expenses. There are additional damages that pertain to employment and relationships. This is a list of factors to consider when establishing damages. However, it is in no way an exhaustive list.

  • Cost of repair or replacement of the motorcycle
  • Medical bills—past, present, and future care
  • Loss of employment
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost of consortium (loss of interaction with those you love)
  • Cost of speech therapy or other therapies due to brain injury
  • Cost of training for a new career

The demand created by your attorney will include a combination of these factors as they pertain to your particular damages. These factors, as well as many others, must be considered by the insurance companies when making a settlement offer. For this reason, it is critical that damages are accurately documented. When discussing your case with one of our attorneys, be sure to describe in great detail how the accident has impacted all areas of your life. Every situation is unique and it is important that we understand how your life has changed.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is my first step after an accident?

Always contact a lawyer. Even if you decide you don’t want to hire a personal injury lawyer, you should be informed of the process that is about to take over your life. It is important to know the tricks that significantly reduce your chances of a positive outcome and could even leave you owing money for the negligence of another.

Do I need a collision report?

Yes, an accident report is very important for establishing liability. It does not rule out challenges that the at-fault driver's insurance may assert regarding liability or allocation of fault but it serves as strong evidence for liability disputes. If you were in an accident and law enforcement did not come to the scene, you can still file a report at Washington State Patrol's website.

Downloadable Collision Report

What are the officers doing at the scene of the accident?

In most cases, law enforcement will come to the scene of an accident and conduct an investigation, make observations, collect witness information, and generate an accident report. Depending on the injuries sustained, the officer will ask the parties to make statements about the accident. This can be a bit tricky. If you are in shock or sustained a concussion, you might not be in the best situation to make accurate statements. Even stating, “I’m sorry” conveyed in compassion that you and the other party are in a terrible situation, can later be used to assert that you meant the statement as an apology for fault. It is always best to avoid any discussion of fault or making any statements that could be used to insinuate acceptance of fault.

I was taken from the scene by ambulance and did not receive an exchange of information or a collision report. What should I do?

Depending on the severity of the injuries, the report should be available via the Washington State Patrol website shortly after the accident. It may take several days or weeks before the officer files the report. If you hire Witt Law Group, we can pull the collision report and any additional information from local law enforcement who may have arrived on scene. Additionally, we will contact the witnesses on your behalf.

How can I help my case?

If you are coherent and able to speak with witnesses, you can ask them to take video and pictures of the scene. They should also try to gather as many names and phone numbers of people who witnessed the accident. If you were unable to get photos of the scene, it might still be possible for you or your attorney to get video from nearby homes or businesses. While an investigating officer should be collecting witness names and numbers as well as pictures, sometimes the scene is chaotic (such as rush hour) and details might be missed or witnesses drive away. It is always best to have more evidence to establish who is the at-fault party. In the absence of clear evidence, insurance companies often try to shift the blame to you.

What if the adjuster already offered me money to settle?

Be very careful about this decision. Whether you are informed or not, you are held to the same standard as a lawyer when it comes to knowing the law on subrogation. This means that you are likely required to pay back all money that was paid on your behalf for care. If you were taken away in an ambulance to the hospital, you may not receive the 4 or 5 bills that will result from that one visit for several months. If you accept a settlement offer of $5,000 but your medical bills subrogation is $10,000, you are on the hook for the additional $5,000 out of your own pocket. Once you agree to settle, you can not go back and ask the insurance company for more money because you did not realize there were thousands of dollars of unpaid medical bills.

Why am I being sent to collections?

Chaos with medical bills and collection is one of the most common reasons new clients contact us. The problem is that the “order of operations” on paying medical providers is very tricky. Believe it or not, the at-fault driver’s insurance is NOT paying your medical bills while you are treating. 

At the end of your case, following a settlement or jury award, your attorney will “pay back” the medical providers’ liens as well as L&I, Medicare, or any other medical insurance liens, or PIP (this process is often referred to as subrogation). Until the case settles, there are several options for avoiding being sent to collections that you can discuss with your lawyer. 

One of the first steps to avoid being sent to collections is to provide the correct insurance policies to your medical team. For example, if you have PIP, you want to provide that policy information immediately to your medical provider because PIP must be exhausted before your medical insurance or Medicare/Medicaid can begin paying your bills during the duration of the case. If you make this mistake, all billing will have to be reimbursed and re-billed in the proper order. Do not try to handle this process alone. Most often, injury victims will injure their credit in the process.

What type of damages can I recover?

Pain and suffering is the most obvious claim for damages but that category covers a lot of things. It can include all the ways in which your pain impacted your previously normal life. Perhaps you can no longer be intimate with your partner due to neck or back pain and you can’t lift your young children. Perhaps you missed out on a family vacation to Disneyland because you are no longer able to join in on rides. There are many short and long term consequences to living with pain that may fall under this category.

Medical expenses is the category that scares people the most. If you were in a car accident and went right to the emergency department to be checked out, you are likely looking at $3,000-$7,000 in bills depending on how many X-rays or other imaging was ordered. If you went via ambulance, you can add another thousand to that total. Medical bills quickly add up. If you include follow-up care like chiropractic or physical therapy, you could be looking at $10,000 more in bills. Contrary to popular belief, the insurance company does not just pay 3x medical and the more you rack up in bills does not equate to a higher settlement.

Medical care must be within reason and, if you go over the reasonable medical care for your type of injury, it is likely you will be paying out of your own pocket. There are a lot of moving parts after an accident and it is critical that you understand what the reasonable limits are on certain injuries and how subrogation (pay back) works for your unique case. We will need to know whether you have medical insurance, PIP, UM/UIM, and determine all sources of insurance so that we can give you advice on how your case might resolve financially. If you would like to know more about PIP benefits, check out our PIP link.

Lost wages and loss of opportunity for advancement, bonuses, and other compensation are all common losses that occur after an accident. Most people handling their own case fail to maximize this aspect of their claim. If you had to leave work to attend physical therapy or spend long hours on the road to get to your medical provider, you can also claim medical travel and treatment time. Don’t miss out on being compensated for your time.

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Can my lawyer make more money than me?

This can happen at other firms. At Witt Law Group, we have never accepted more compensation than our clients receive. We will literally move our money to your column if it looks like a settlement will be unfair. Good luck trying to get another firm to put that in writing.

If you want to know how personal injury attorneys get paid, check out our Fees link. It is your injury and your settlement so it makes sense that you want to know if you will come out ahead. On some small accidents, the settlement may not be large and it’s important to know that you will be the priority in terms of physical and financial recovery.

Do lawyers specialize in personal injury?

Lawyers who help accident victims understand Tort law. This area of law is extremely broad but it essentially covers wrongs or injuries done to an innocent person. There are unique elements of each claim but the lawyer has to address each case with consideration for the duty, the breach of duty, causation, and injury.

The most common sticking point in most personal injury cases is causation. From the start, the at-fault party’s insurance will claim that it was not their insured’s fault, there was contributory fault, or the injuries claimed are not related at all to the accident. Even when an officer provides an accident report, the third party adjuster will argue facts and theories that have nothing to do with the reality of the accident. If the adjuster will not accept the reality of the situation, the injured person’s attorney may have no choice but to file a lawsuit.

Why hire Witt Law Group?

Every client has a story to tell. We want to tell yours. 

No accident is the same and, therefore, the impact to your life is unique. The details of that impact might unfold immediately or it may take some time to discover just how much you have lost. We will work patiently with you so that we capture your authentic story. Whether you lose your ability to make a living or need long-term care, one thing is for sure, your life will change after an accident. It is important that you have passionate advocates fighting for you. 

The insurance companies report billions in profits every year because their job is to report to shareholders. To be successful in this endeavor, they must pay the least amount of money to accident victims. Profit is the bottom line. You can help their shareholders or you can let us look out for your future. 

Personal injury accidents are personal for the attorneys at Witt Law Group. We will take on the stress of dealing with the insurance adjusters, the investigation, and managing the tedious task of medical bills and ledgers. Your job is to heal and our job is to make sure you receive the best settlement or jury award possible for the pain, injuries, and inconvenience you had to endure.

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Get help now

Whether you choose to handle your case alone or you hire the Witt Law Group, get educated and prepared. There are so many factors that occur in the early part of your case that can dictate whether you will end up with a fair recovery. Remember that a consultation is free and worth your time. You will likely discover that the earlier you get an attorney involved in the process, the easier the transition back to normal life. Your attorney will take over all contact with the insurance adjuster and keep track of your treatment providers and bills. Your job is to heal. Our job is to present your injuries and damages to the insurance companies and argue for a fair settlement that accurately reflects the pain and damages you’ve suffered.

Being arrested for and charged with a DUI can be a life-altering experience. The embarrassment, expense and inconvenience of the criminal charge can be a heavy burden for the average person to bear. Frequently, it will impact employment, family, reputation, future job prospects and even security clearances. We understand that the outcome of a criminal case can have ramifications on a person’s life that are much longer in duration than any sentence. In every case, our goal is to mitigate the immediate and long-term damage for our client.

 

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Can You Beat A DUI?

Absolutely! At Witt Law Group, we go through a strict analysis of legal challenges to your arrest. We start at the very moment the officer made contact with you. We are looking to see whether the stop was lawful. If not, the pretextual stop may lead to the exclusion of any evidence that was gathered. Even if you failed the Field Sobriety Tests, the results of those tests would be inadmissible if your stop was unconstitutional. We also look at other legal challenges to the collection of evidence, including your breathalyzer. Frequently, officers improperly administer tests and we are looking for those mistakes.

Once we receive discovery, there is a lengthy process of analyzing all potential legal challenges for suppression of evidence and, ultimately, dismissal of the charge. If we can not get the charge dismissed initially, we will use the weaknesses of the State's case to seek a lesser charge or delayed dismissal (pretrial diversion agreements). The ultimate goal is always to seek the greatest resolution for our client. Every effort is made to avoid any jail time, lower fines, and to keep your license. You can't be a productive member of society if you can't drive.

 

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Will I Go To Jail?

Most likely, no. We work very diligently to determine an individual plan for each of our clients to address this issue. With this plan, we present our clients in such a positive light that jail time is unnecessary. Immediately upon hiring us, we will create your "to do" list, which will set you up for success. We use the weaknesses of the State's case, along with your proactive measures, to aggressively negotiate on your behalf. In 98% of our cases, clients have served no jail time.

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What Will A Private DUI Defense Attorney Cost?

Making the decision to hire private counsel is critical. Public Defenders are competent lawyers but they are overworked and have extremely large caseloads. Simply put, their caseloads limit the amount of time they can dedicate to each case. However, hiring a private attorney to work on your behalf is a financial commitment. In Kitsap County and Pierce County, the average cost for first time DUI defense will be between approximately $2,500 and $4,000 and possibly a bit more if you are charged with a second DUI or additional criminal charges. This fee includes all work efforts on your behalf. There are no additional hourly fees.

Occasionally, your attorney may decide that hiring a private detective or another expert is important to your defense. Those costs would be separate from your attorney's fees. Additionally, if your case can not be resolved through negotiation and is set for trial, there will likely be a daily trial fee. However, over 90% of DUI cases do not go to trial.

If someone quotes a fee that is significantly lower than the average fee, it is important to determine if the lawyer is an "expert" in DUI defense. A very low fee can be a red flag. Likewise, if an attorney quotes you $5,000 for a first time DUI defense, that should give you pause. Consider what you are paying for with that fee. There are some large firms with very large overhead that need to charge higher than normal fees. This does not equate to a better outcome. Nearly all "highly qualified" DUI defense lawyers will be former prosecutors, have high review ratings, have handled hundreds or thousands of DUI cases, spend the majority of their legal practice time in the county where you were charged, and can provide individualized attention rather than pawn you off on a less experienced associate. We fit the "highly qualified" category at Witt Law Group. We are trusted for our experience and known for our success.

We are available in the evenings and weekends to help our clients. Do not be embarrassed about calling after hours to talk through fees or any other matter regarding your legal defense. Hiring a lawyer is one of the most difficult decisions you can make. There is a lot riding on it. Call anytime to reach one of our lawyers for a free consultation.

What Are The Punishments For DUI In Washington State?

The punishments for a DUI conviction in Washington State are severe. Typically, crimes handled at the District Court / Municipal Court level (which DUI is one) do not have mandatory minimum sentencing. Driving Under The Influence is one of the few exceptions to this rule. For every DUI conviction, there is a "sentencing range" that has been established by the Washington State Legislature. The factors that determine a person's sentencing range include the level of the blow (or refusal), and the individual's past DUI history, if any. Below are the mandatory minimums, illustrated in a grid, commonly known as the DUI Sentencing Grid. Our philosophy is to help people avoid being sentenced under this grid.

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How Can We Help You?

Initial Meeting

Our defense strategy begins at our very first meeting. Washington State is known as one of the toughest States on DUI sentencing. Our number one goal is to help our cliens avoid the long term negative consequences of the DUI conviction. In other words, we strive to resolve cases in a way where our clients are not sentenced in accordance with the above DUI Sentencing Grid. We have a strict method that we follow in each and every case, beginning at our first meeting or phone call. What you can expect during our first contact is that we will:

 

• Speak with you about the facts and ascertain what potential defense issues that your case has to explore.

• Speak with you about what potential exculpatory evidence needs to be pursued. Could a business or residence have a video of the stop?

• Make sure you understand the important timelines, such requesting your DOL hearing within 7 days.

• Collect all of you info (including who we can and who we can NOT speak with).

• Provide you with all the forms that you will need as your case moves forward (such as the DOL Hearing Request Form).

• Describe to you the Washington State law relevant to your DUI case. Often this is dispelling myths that people believe to be true.

• Most important, we will collaborate to devise a strategy that will provide the best possible outcome. This will always include our firm exploring the best legal defenses that your unique set of facts presents, but it often also requires work from you. Within several days of taking your case, we will provide you a set of "marching orders" custom made around the facts and circumstances of your case. Such suggestions may be (1) obtain a chemical dependency assessment, (2) complete a DUI Victim's Impact Panel, and (3) complete a Defensive Driving Class. In many occasions it has been the proactive efforts of our clients that have ultimately opened the door to terrific outcomes.

 

CLICK here to learn more about chemical dependency assessments

CLICK here to learn more about DUI VIP and Defensive Driving classes

As The Case Is Pending

Once several of these tasks have been completed, we start the process of deciding upon a path forward for your case. The decision is based on our clients wishes and upon the facts of each case. There are typically four paths that a DUI case can follow.

1. Motions to Suppress and / or Dismiss. There must typically be a Constitutional violation surrounding the stop and / or arrest. You are asking the Court to find that the stop or arrest was unconstitutiona, and then throw out all of the evidence.

2. Pre-Trial Diversion. This is a contract between the government and the defendant. A successful "PDA" usually results in a reduced charge, but can result in dismissal.

3. Deferred Prosecution. This is a five year treatment plan that ends in dismissal. You can only do one Deferred Prosecution in your lifetime.

4. Trial by Jury of Judge. This is the riskiest path. It is based upon our assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the government's case. This has the largest risk, and the largest reward.

The vast majority of our cases are resolved as Pre-Trial Diversion Agreements. Deferred Prosecutions are a great option for people who believe that they truely have a drug or alcohol dependency issue and need to seek treatment for their issue. Motions and Trial account for only a small percentage of resolutions, but should always be considered when the facts give rise.

 

CLICK HERE to learn more about Pre-Trial Diversion Agreements

CLICK HERE to learn more about a Deferred Prosecution Program

Administrative Issues

In Washington, a DUI charge can be a bit complicated. DUI charges are not just handled in the criminal court. The Department of Licensing will also take action to suspend your license. Either entity (criminal court or DOL-civil) has the authority to suspend a person’s privilege to drive. Matters get worse if an accused person already has a DUI on their record, or if the person has a CDL. We handle both sides of the equation and often handle complex cases where an individual has prior convictions, has refused the test, or is under 21 years of age.

To challenge the DOL's suspension of you license, you need to send in the correct form within 7 days from the date of your arrest. The arresting officer is supposed to provide you the necessary form, but often times they don't. If you do not have the form, it is attached here:

 

CLICK HERE FOR A Department of licensing hearing request form

 

If you have any questions while filling out the form, feel free to call our office. If you have an out of state license, you must send the request in the mail. The online option will not work. Don't wait until the last day!

DUI Below .08 Standard

In addition to the standard DUI, Washington law enforcement has been pursuing DUI arrests when the driver is below the .08 limit. This often confuses drivers who are arrested and learn that they tested well below the .08 standard. They assume an attorney is not needed because the case will be dropped when they appear before a judge. Unfortunately, that is rarely the case. In truth, the DUI statute (RCW 46.61.502) has always given the State the authority to pursue charges against a defendant who is below .08, but that option was rarely used by law enforcement. In recent years, these arrests are increasing in number. Essentially, the arresting officer has determined by subjective standards that you are “impaired” under the statute. The .08 measurement is really a standard with no meaning. As long as an officer can use the “impaired” portion of the statute, you can be arrested for DUI regardless of your breathalyzer reading.

Prescription Medication DUI / Marijuana DUI

Washington State has more than doubled its number of Drug Recognition Experts, or “DREs” in recent years. It is important to understand that a medicine prescribed by a physician, and used in accordance with the prescription, can lead to an arrest for DUI. The lack of knowledge is not a defense and many people are prosecuted due to prescription medications and sleeping aids.

Further, with the legalization of marijuana, there has been a huge uptick in the number of marijuana DUI arrests. While marijuana is legal, it is highly illegal to drive while impaired.

 

CLICK Here to learn more about marijuana DUI

Call Early in the Process

We will speak with anyone about their DUI charge, day or night. We encourage the late night phone call, because we want to help you at the earliest moment in the process. Call us from the roadside and we can assist you in making important decisions that will impact your case. Many of the case-altering decisions will be made on the spot and under tremendous stress. There is no bad time to call and get advice about a DUI case. If you're not calling from the roadside, call in an schedule a free consultation. We can spend as long as you would like on the phone, a ZOOM call, or in person.

Rarely does someone plan to drive under the influence but, unfortunately, mistakes are sometimes made. Keep our phone number in your cell phone and ask the officer if you can make a call. We answer our phones day and night. Timelines come and go. It is best to have an attorney on board at the beginning phases of your DUI case. We have offices in Bremerton, Poulsbo and Gig Harbor for your convenience. Get a game plan and take charge of your case!

 

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December 22, 2017

Why Us

Most cases come to our office by way of referral (which we greatly appreciate!). However, if you don’t have a friend who is familiar with us, you are probably seeking information to help you make this very important decision. 

First and foremost, it is important that you consider experience.

Many people assume that all attorneys have experience in trial-related matters. In fact, the vast majority of attorneys haven’t seen the inside of a courtroom since they were sworn in. In both criminal defense and personal injury matters, you absolutely need to have an experienced trial attorney. While personal injury cases don’t necessarily require an attorney to go to court, it requires an attorney to be prepared to take the case to court. It will be a challenge to find an attorney in our area who has handled more trial-related matters than Mr. Witt. He is an extremely experienced trial attorney. 

If you are researching other attorneys, there are certain relevant questions you should ask of that person regarding their ability. 

How many cases have you tried before a jury?

Making legal arguments before a judge is very different than a jury trial. An attorney who practices in the area of personal injury or criminal defense should have done dozens of jury trials if they consider themselves experienced in this area. Insurance companies make themselves familiar with attorneys who are willing to take a case to trial. It is riskier and more costly for the insurance company to push an attorney they know will take a case to trial for their client.

How many cases have you tried and reached a verdict before a jury?

Sometimes, an attorney will settle a case even before a jury is empaneled. They never make opening and closing statements to a jury or present evidence. It is important to distinguish an attorney who has actual trial experience from those who have not made arguments before a jury. 

If the attorney has gone to trial, what “chair” were they in the trial?

In trials where there are multiple attorneys, there will be a “first chair” attorney who makes the tactical decisions and is considered the most experienced. A “second chair” may only be in trial for support and make only an opening statement or examine one witness. They might be responsible for legal research. While legal research is important, it is not equivalent to being a trial attorney.

Just as there is no substitute for preparation, there is no substitute for experience. Research your options and make trial experience a considerable factor. Hopefully, your case never needs to be presented to a jury but your attorney should be prepared to take that step.

In addition to evaluating the experience of your attorney, you should consider whether a firm is client-focused.

Can you speak to your attorney or are you directed to his or her paralegal? Do you have your attorney’s cell phone number? Are you kept up to date on your case? How you feel throughout your case is critical. Whether it’s a criminal defense matter or a personal injury case, most clients feel extremely stressed. Many report that the process is overwhelming. Consider how available your attorney is to you when you have a question or concern. Often, big firms are very good at listening to you during a free consultation but not so great at answering the phone once you sign up to be a client. You become their paralegal’s client. Criminal defense cases and personal injury cases often take months to resolve and you need to assess whether a firm can support you emotionally as well as legally.

Finally, consider how the process can differ based on the philosophy and practice of certain firms.

Small firms, like ours, typically take a client-centered approach to managing cases. The attorney spends a great deal of time working with the client and discussing the case in person or over the phone. For us, there is no push for billable hours or meeting quotas. If your case takes 20 hours or 100 hours to prepare, you are treated with the same attention and commitment. 

Avoid the Mills

There are some firms that commit a great deal of money to advertising but do not make the same commitment to client attention. We refer to these places as mills. They receive a large number of referrals from chiropractors in the area so they churn clients through like a mill. In the end, the attorney gets paid, the chiropractor or medical professional gets paid, and the client typically ends up with little or nothing. For example, if you have a soft tissue injury and you end up with $20,000 in medical bills, your $30,000 settlement might end up with $10,000 to the attorney (33%) and the remaining portion used for subrogation to the insurance company to cover the $20,000 in bills. It’s your injury, but you will be the last to be compensated. The attorney won’t care if you’re unhappy because the professional referrals keep coming. They don’t need your personal referral. 

Client-Centered

We don’t consider the “mill method” fair. The client is our highest priority, not the treatment provider. At the Witt Law Group, if we ask a provider to reduce their fees, we consider it only fair to reduce ours as well. We are not in the business of getting paid more than our clients. In the end, the injured person should always end up with a reimbursement for their injuries. In our firm, the personal referral is the greatest compliment we can receive. We work hard to get you the best settlement but also to earn your trust to recommend our firm for your friends and family.

 

September 15, 2017

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 In most instances, we can handle your case over the phone, via email, or Zoom. While we would like to make personal contact, we are happy to accommodate your needs or wishes. If you are too injured to comfortably travel, please let us know. We can travel to you.

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