Accident Lawyer Hawaii
Personal Injury Attorney Honolulu
you or someone you love has been seriously injured in an accident, here at
Accident Lawyer Hawaii we'll
help you get your life back together again.
Top Personal Injury Attorney Bill Lawson
concentrates in handling serious personal injury and death claims here
in the 50th State.
The types of cases which are routinely
handled by us
include: car accidents, truck, bus, moped,
and auto accidents,
defective product liability claims,
premises liability and
fall accidents (such as slip and fall and trip and fall claims),
construction site claims,
wrongful deaths and fatalities,
cruise ship and boating accidents
(including Jones Act cases for seaman and maritime injuries),
construction site and heavy equipment accidents,
elevator and escalator accidents,
dog bites and animal attacks and insurance cases related
to such claims. For more information about a particular
type of claim, please see: "Practice Areas" above.
With qualifications that are Top Rated by Martindale Hubbell, AVVO
and Lawyers.com, over 30 years of experience, and
multi-million dollar jury verdicts at trial, our clients and peers have told us
that we are one of the best personal injury law firms in the State of Hawaii.
For more information, please see "Proven Results" above.
For specific information about particular
types of injuries which resulted from an unexpected and
unwanted accident - such as
traumatic brain injuries (TBI), head injuries, spinal
cord injuries (SCI), paraplegia, quadriplegia,
wrongful death, catastrophic injuries,
broken bones, fire burns, chemical burns, drownings, or
spinal disc injuries -
Injury Lawyer Hawaii - Wm Lawson.
And for a bit more
information about a particular type of Motor Vehicle Accident,
you may wish to visit our companion site:
Car Accident Attorney Hawaii - Bill Lawson.
After an accident it is important
to promptly collect and preserve whatever evidence
is available regarding the accident.
Once we are retained,
we will assist you with obtaining and preserving the
admissible evidence needed to prove your case in
court, such as obtaining admissible photographs, videos
and witness statements, documenting the injuries,
photographing the scene of the accident, preserving
important physical evidence which was involved in the
accident, and so forth.
Thorough and careful collection and preservation of admissible evidence
often avoids the need to ever go to trial.
For more information, please visit:
Inital Steps in Making Your Claim
type of accident claim has a deadline for filing the claim in court.
These differ from claim to claim and from state to state. The deadlines given on
this website are those applicable here in the state of Hawaii.
These deadlines are generally the same whether your claims
arose in Honolulu, on Maui, on the Big Island, on
Kauai or elsewhere in the State.
This type of deadline is generally known as the Statute of Limitations.
After the expiration of this time period, the claim usually
will be lost - regardless of its merits. There are various
exceptions to the deadlines (minority, incompetency, etc.),
so it may still be worth evaluating a claim even if it appears that
the deadline has expired. Please note that because of
these deadlines, you must act promptly on any claims
which you may wish to pursue.
provide free 'no obligation' initial consultations
to evaluate critical injury and wrongful death cases. Almost
all cases are handled on a contingency fee,
so "No recovery--No fee".
To contact personal injury lawyer Bill Lawson for
a free initial consultation about your claims:
1. During normal business hours, you are strongly encouraged to call us (1) on the New Client Hotline at 808-524-5300, (2) on our Waipahu, Aiea and Pearl City number at 808-671-7600 or (3) on our main office number at 808-528-2525. You should be promptly connected with a new client intake specialist and, if appropriate, she will take down information about your claims for further consideration by Mr. Lawson. This is the best way to get ahold of Accident Lawyer Hawaii William H. Lawson during normal office hours (M-F - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, except holidays - Hawaii standard time.)
2. However, if your contact is outside regular office hours Hawaii standard time, or if you simply prefer to contact us by email, then you have the option of filling out the following form with the information requested (including especially your correct contact information and the date of your accident) and submitting it for further consideration. Since e-mail is not 100% reliable, please follow up with direct phone contact for all time-critical communications. Please provide us with all of the preliminary information listed in the form below. Please also tell us if you are contacting Accident Lawyer Hawaii on behalf of someone other than yourself.
Please submit your email after you are done composing it and we will do our best to contact you as soon as possible. Thank you for permitting us to be of assistance!