Seattle Injury & Vehicle Crash Attorney
For more than 30 years, Seattle injury lawyer Kevin Coluccio has been helping injured people and their families.
Helping people is what we do.
If Coluccio Law cannot provide the help you need, then we will be happy to try and put you in touch with someone who can assist you with your legal matter. Contact Coluccio Law.
Motor Vehicle Collisions
Most auto accidents are not “accidents” at all. They are predictable, preventable collisions with life-changing consequences.
Chances are, you’ll be involved in a car crash at some point in your life. Yet, nothing can prepare you or your family for what happens next.
Filing an injury claim for a crash with a big rig is complicated. Get help quickly, as different rules and laws apply to commercial truck crashes.
So many people are hit on motorcycles because a driver “just didn’t see” them. Motorcyclists are also at risk from defective bike parts, bad repairs, and poorly maintained roads.
A person on a bike is far more exposed than a person behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. Too often, cyclists are treated like second-class road users, who are just in the way of huge cars and trucks.
About 5,000 people die every year just walking down the street. Thousands more are hurt.
Types of Injury
If you were hurt because of someone else’s actions, you may have a personal injury claim.
Every year, about 2.5 million people will go to the hospital with a traumatic brain injury. Each one of these head injuries could have a lasting impact on brain function.
Most of the fires that cause burns are preventable. But determining who is ultimately responsible for burn injuries, and finding the proper insurance, is a long and complex process
There are 12,000 spinal cord injuries every year in the U.S. Many result from an event that shocks the body, like a car crash.
A “wrongful death” is an unnatural death, resulting from an injury caused by the bad conduct of another person, or a company. It does not necessarily mean that there was any intent to kill the victim.