Accident Lawyer Hawaii - Personal Injury Attorney Hawaii
Accident Attorney - Lawyer Hawaii graphic

Accident Lawyer Hawaii
Accident Lawyer Hawaii graphic Attorney William H. Lawson

William Lawson - Accident Attorney Hawaii


General Info

What is a Personal Injury Claim? (basic)

Do I Need an Accident Lawyer?

Finding an Accident Lawyer in Hawaii

Get Legal Help at
Accident Lawyer Hawaii

Maui, Kauai, Lanai & Big Island Injuries

Preparing a Claim or Case After an Injury

Insurance Coverage for Injuries - Hawaii

(except MVAs)

Defective products liability - Hawaii

Ocean, boating & maritime accidents - Hawaii

Construction & equipment accidents - Hawaii

Recreational accidents - Hawaii

Electrical accidents - Hawaii

Elevator accidents - Hawaii

Explosion accidents - Hawaii

Insurance Claims and Bad Faith - Hawaii

Medical & professional malpractice - Hawaii

Dog bites, animal attacks - Hawaii

Swimming pool accidents - Hawaii

Fall accidents- Trip, slip, etc. - Hawaii

Types of Injury

Brain & Head Injuries - Hawaii

Spinal Cord Injuries- SCI - Hawaii

Catastrophic injury claims - Hawaii

Wrongful death claims - Hawaii

Broken bone injuries - Hawaii

Burn accidents (Fire or Chemical) - Hawaii

Drowning accidents - Hawaii

Disc | Disk injuries - Hawaii

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Car accidents - Hawaii

Drunk driver accidents - Hawaii

Truck and bus accidents - Hawaii

Moped and pedestrian accidents - Hawaii

Auto claims and insurance - Hawaii

Motorcycle claims & insurance - Hawaii

Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Million Dollar Advocates Forum

AVVO Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney
AVVO Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney

AVVO Clients' Choice Personal Injury Lawyer
AVVO Clients' Choice Personal Injury Lawyer

American Association for Justice fka American Trial Lawyers Association
American Association for Justice

ATLA Top 100
ATLA Top 100

Hawaii Association for Justice fka Consumer Lawyers Hawaii
Hawaii Association for Justice

Stanford Law School
Stanford Law School

American Bar Association
American Bar Association

Marquis' Who's Who
Marquis' Who's Who
in the World,
Who's Who
in America and
Who's Who
in American Law




Deadly Hawaii Car Accidents

Drive Safely!
Recently we have had some of the deadliest car accidents in Hawaii's history:

* March 1, 2005: Two people were killed and one critically injured in a two-vehicle collision on Kunia Road near the Hawaii Country Club.

* May 26, 2004: A Japanese tourist was killed and seven other people injured, one critically, when a pickup truck drove onto the sidewalk in Waikiki along Kalakaua Avenue near Kaiulani Avenue and slammed into a crowd of people near the Moana Surf Rider Hotel.

* February 13, 2004: Four people were killed and two others injured when two cars involved in a street race slammed into the rear of a flat-bed truck preparing the zipper lane on H1 Freeway.

* December 10, 2003: Four young people - ages 18 to 24 - died in a two-car crash resulting from a street race on Farrington Highway in Makaha.

* March 18, 2003: Five males, ages 13 to 37, were killed about 1:30 a.m. on Kamehameha Highway in Haleiwa when their car hit a tree while speeding.%)


Accident Lawyer- Attorney Hawaii graphic


Accident Lawyer Hawaii

William H. Lawson, Esq.
Century Square
1188 Bishop St. Suite 2902
Honolulu, HI 96813

New client hotline:
(808) 524-5300

Main business phone:
(808) 528-2525

Directions to Accident Lawyer Hawaii

Accident Attorney Hawaii - Get a free consultation

Hawaii accident news
and articles

Court cases re:
Hawaii accident law

Hawaii Medical Experts-
reviews and links

Medical Advances-
new treatments &
other developments

The Constitution Of The State Of Hawaii

Jones Act- maritime law and seaman cases

Products Liability - Hawaii Cases & Comment

Recent Personal Injury and Car Accident News

Spoilation of evidence can be a major issue after an accident giving rise to a personal injury claim. The plaintiff must keep in mind that any instrumentality which was involved in the accident (eg. a defective product) should be preserved for non-destructive examination and testing by experts on both sides. Not only should the items be preserved, but there must not be changes made or destructive testing without a court order. Using this same doctrine, claimants can often request for a prospective defendant to preserve a scene, a video recording or another item until it is examined, photographed and documented by the claimant's expert. For more information on the laws of the several states involving spoilation of evidence, see, Spoilation law.

The information provided in these pages is intended to be preliminary and informational ONLY. It is not legal advice by Accident Lawyer Hawaii nor may it be relied upon as such. The use of the Accident Attorney Hawaii webpages does not establish an attorney-client relationship with William Lawson. This page is Copyright Accident Attorney - Lawyer Hawaii graphic 1999-2014 by Accident Lawyer Hawaii All rights reserved. Its contents are the property of the Law Offices of

Accident Attorney - Personal Injury Lawyer Hawaii

We thank you for visiting our site!