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520 Kirkland Way, Kirkland, Washington, USA
Areas of expertise: Personal Injury
11 years in practice
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About Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC

Our firm’s lawyers have been serving their clients and community for nine decades. The firm traces its roots to the arrival of Al and Mary King in Kirkland in the 1930’s. Both graduates of the University of Washington Law School, Al and Mary decided to make Kirkland their home and the site of their law firm, King & King. At that time, Kirkland was a small town, but the hub of activity on the Eastside. It only had one lawyer. To get to Seattle you took the ferry. Al and Mary were soon busy in their law practice and Al was appointed the justice of the peace for the area. When World War II broke out Al joined the Army and Mary took over the duties of the justice of the peace. After the war, Al returned to his law practice and used his skills to improve local government. He formed a fire district to provide emergency services to the unincorporated area around Kirkland and a water district to provide it with public water. He was elected to the city council where he advocated for instituting the city manager form of government, which Kirkland and many other neighboring cities enjoy today. He worked with a group of lawyers and political leaders to form a new government to provide a regional sewer treatment system and clean up Lake Washington, which became known as King County Metro.

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Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC Areas Of Practice

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Nicoleta Drecin

My husband and I met with Dylan Kilpatrick to discuss our car accident case. Mr. Kilpatrick took the time to explain in detail the whole process. He listened, and showed compassion and took the time to answer all our questions with kindness. His demeanor throughout the entire meeting showed us that he cares and gives his clients the utmost attention, respect and his time. He literally went above and beyond and it was a pleasure to work with him.

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Linda Cheng

I'm impressive with the service provided by Bryan Krislock. From beginning, he answered my phone with patience and even provided professional suggestion over the phone. Most lawyer will not make much advice on the phone. He spent time meeting with me and listen to my needs. I feel that he really care about people not just make money. He charged reasonable fees for the professional service. Highly recommend him to anyone who need a real estate lawyer!

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Steve Brilling

Dylan did a great job of advocating on my behalf and got a fair settlement - would recommend him.

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Anjan Pariyar

Great people. Thanks Dylan and Robert.

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Jennifer Stone

Outstanding law firm that genuinely care about their clients! 👍👍👍+

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Kevin C.

I hired Bryan Krislock to help me with a personal injury case that is a complete slam dunk. He was very interested and was willing to help me in the...

Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC Locations

520 Kirkland Way, Kirkland, Washington, USA
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Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC located?

Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC is located at 520 Kirkland Way, Kirkland, Washington, USA.

What are Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC areas of expertise?

Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC areas of expertise are: Personal Injury.

How many years is Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC in practice?

Davidson, Kilpatric & Krislock, PLLC is in practice for 11 years.

AAL general personal injury Frequently Asked Questions

What is personal injury law?

Personal injury law encompasses legal remedies and defenses involved in civil lawsuits brought as a result of wrongful conduct. It covers situations where someone's negligence or intentional actions cause harm to another person. Personal injury law allows injured individuals to seek compensation for their losses, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. This area of law often involves cases such as car accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, and defective product injuries.

What is compensation for a personal injury claim?

Compensation for a personal injury claim typically includes monetary damages intended to compensate the injured party for their losses. This compensation can cover various aspects such as medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages or income, property damage, and pain and suffering. The goal is to provide financial relief to the injured person and help them recover from the physical, emotional, and financial impact of their injuries.

Is emotional distress a personal injury?

Emotional distress can be considered a personal injury under certain circumstances. In legal terms, emotional distress refers to the psychological impact of an injury or traumatic event, such as anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). While it may not always involve physical harm, emotional distress can still be compensable in a personal injury claim if it can be linked to the defendant's actions or negligence.

What percentage do most personal injury lawyers take?

Most personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, which means they only get paid if they successfully recover compensation for their clients. Typically, personal injury lawyers take a percentage of the final settlement or court award as their fee. The percentage varies but commonly ranges from 33% to 40% of the total recovery. This arrangement allows injured individuals to pursue legal action without upfront costs and ensures that attorneys are motivated to achieve favorable outcomes for their clients.

How long does a personal injury lawsuit take?

The duration of a personal injury lawsuit can vary significantly depending on various factors, including the complexity of the case, the extent of the injuries, and the court's schedule. Some cases may be resolved through settlement negotiations relatively quickly, while others may take months or even years to reach a resolution, especially if they go to trial. Additionally, factors such as gathering evidence, conducting discovery, and waiting for medical treatment to conclude can influence the timeline of a personal injury lawsuit.

What is an example of a serious injury claim?

An example of a serious injury claim could involve catastrophic injuries that result in long-term or permanent disabilities, such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries leading to paralysis, severe burns, or limb amputations. These types of injuries often have significant and lasting effects on the victim's physical, emotional, and financial well-being, requiring extensive medical treatment, rehabilitation, and ongoing care. Serious injury claims typically seek substantial compensation to cover these extensive damages and provide for the victim's future needs.

What is compensation for a loss or injury?

Compensation for a loss or injury refers to the financial recovery awarded to an injured party in a legal proceeding. This compensation aims to restore the injured person to the position they were in before the injury occurred to the extent possible. It can include economic damages, such as medical expenses and lost wages, as well as non-economic damages for pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life. The goal of compensation is to help the injured individual recover physically, emotionally, and financially from the consequences of their injury.

What is the highest personal injury settlement?

The highest personal injury settlement or verdict can vary greatly depending on the specific circumstances of the case, including the severity of the injuries, the extent of the damages, and the jurisdiction where the case is tried. Settlements and verdicts in personal injury cases have reached into the tens or even hundreds of millions of dollars in some instances, particularly in cases involving catastrophic injuries, medical malpractice, or wrongful death. However, there is no fixed limit on the amount of compensation that can be awarded in a personal injury case, as each case is evaluated based on its unique factors and the applicable laws and precedents.

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