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Stand Up to the Negligent

Sustaining serious injuries can cause devastating effects on you and your family for the rest of your life. Whether you're recovering from sustaining an injury in the workplace or elsewhere, I will help walk you through the process of pursuing the compensation you deserve. I will fight for your rights and your future against those at fault for your serious injury.

I understand that losing a loved one is never easy. However, when you lose a loved one due to another party's misconduct, it magnifies the tragedy. If you have lost a loved one unjustly, a wrongful death lawsuit can help you find closure. Whether the death occurred because of medical malpractice, medical negligence, or general negligence, I can help evaluate your options and strive to hold the person or entity accountable for your loss.

Serious Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Attorney in Seattle, Washington

William Budigan

Bill Budigan

Attorney at Law

I have been a licensed attorney in the state of Washington for over 30 years, providing legal advice and representation to people and families who have sustained major injuries. As a personal injury attorney, I work tirelessly to get the compensation my clients need and deserve. I am proud to serve the Seattle, Washington, community, and the neighboring areas of Bellevue, Kent, and King County in fighting for those who have suffered serious injuries or death at the hands of others.
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Fighting Wrongs from Injuries

Serious
Injuries

Suffering a major injury or loss of an essential body function may have far-reaching effects on your life, your health, your ability to work, your family, and your future. Let an experienced personal injury attorney fight to hold the responsible party accountable and strive for the compensation that you deserve.

Medical Malpractice

When a doctor or medical professional treats you, they owe you a duty of care. When they fail to provide adequate care, and their negligence or malpractice causes you to suffer injury or loss, you deserve an attorney who will fight for compensation. Tell me when you're ready to start moving forward.

Wrongful
Death

It is natural to want justice during the grieving process of a loved one, especially when the death could have been avoided. I can help you request payment of medical bills, funeral expenses, and the loss of future financial support and companionship from the person who caused their wrongful death.

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Hold Medical Professionals Accountable

When you seek treatment from a doctor, nurse practitioner, nurse, physician’s assistant, EMT, or other medical professionals, you should be able to expect quality care. If a medical professional causes an injury instead of quality care, you have the right to be compensated.

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Case Results

A husband caused damage to the family beach home, which had been awarded to his wife in their divorce (War of Roses). This case became one of the focal points of new WA law requiring insurance companies to cover losses in DV cases, even though one of the insured intentionally did it to the other. It was covered by TV’s "20/20," and I was present for Governor Gregoire signing of the law.

Claim settled for over $100,000

The court appointed me GAL to review several years of Trust Account Reports. Because the minor was turning 18, the court needed to determine whether a guardianship was still necessary. I found significant lapses in the reports and money used for the guardian’s personal uses.

Filed a lawsuit against the minor's guardian and the guardian's attorney for failure to report, discover, and halt the misuse of funds

The Court of Appeals made a new legal precedent: when a father has children with two mothers, and state law says his child support cannot exceed 45% of his net income, child support shall be calculated based on the total number of children — not just what amount of the 45% is left over after the first child support order. This breaks equitable share for support among all children.

Won on appeal for mother
Property Damage from Domestic Violence

A husband caused damage to the family beach home, which had been awarded to his wife in their divorce (War of Roses). This case became one of the focal points of new WA law requiring insurance companies to cover losses in DV cases, even though one of the insured intentionally did it to the other. It was covered by TV’s "20/20," and I was present for Governor Gregoire signing of the law.

Claim settled for over $100,000
Misuse of Guardianship Funds

The court appointed me GAL to review several years of Trust Account Reports. Because the minor was turning 18, the court needed to determine whether a guardianship was still necessary. I found significant lapses in the reports and money used for the guardian’s personal uses.

Filed a lawsuit against the minor's guardian and the guardian's attorney for failure to report, discover, and halt the misuse of funds
Child Support Dispute

The Court of Appeals made a new legal precedent: when a father has children with two mothers, and state law says his child support cannot exceed 45% of his net income, child support shall be calculated based on the total number of children — not just what amount of the 45% is left over after the first child support order. This breaks equitable share for support among all children.

Won on appeal for mother

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After a Death

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Determining liability or fault during a medical malpractice case can be a challenge. An experienced attorney will obtain and interpret medical records, investigate your case, determine who is at fault, and should compensate you for your injuries and losses. When a person has been seriously injured or has died at the hands of a medical professional, I will fight for justice for them. I will help evaluate and investigate your case in Seattle, Washington, and the neighboring areas of Bellevue, Kent, or King County.

You have three years from the date your injury occurred or one year from when you discovered the injury to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in Washington state. Similarly, the statute of limitations in wrongful death cases is three years from the date of death. Time is of the essence during personal injury cases. Don't hesitate to reach out. Allow me to start building your case right away by contacting me for a free consultation today.