PERSONAL INJURY AND TRIAL LAWYERS
Offices in Bremerton and Silverdale
216 Sixth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337
FOUNDED IN 1997
Since 1997, the staff of Wolfe Law Offices
have been specializing in representing Personal Injury Victims throughout
Western Washington. We have the reputation as a premier personal injury law
firm with a proven track record with successful results, leading to millions of
dollars in settlements for our clients.
Located in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, Wolfe Law
Offices focuses on assisting injured individuals in the following areas:
Accident Every driver has the duty to keep his car under proper
control and to drive in a manner so that he may avoid colliding with other
cars. Most of the time the fault of the accident lies with the other driver
involved. However, there are circumstances when others may be negligent and
liable for the harm caused. These parties include, but are not limited to, the
state or municipality which maintains roads, bridges and signs, auto
manufacturers, and maintenance and repair shops.
- Big Rig Trucking Accidents The professionals at Wolfe
Law Offices are focused on cases of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful
death resulting from motor carrier accidents - commercial trucks, buses,
tractor trailers, big rigs, dump trucks, tanker trucks, cement trucks, straight
trucks, delivery trucks, log trucks, etc. Truck and bus operations are governed
by complex federal and state regulations. Adequate preparation of such cases
requires extensive knowledge of motor carrier law and technology, industry
practices, and unique insurance features.
- Catastrophic Personal Injury The term catastrophic
injury can refer to any serious injury that is caused by another person's
mistake or negligence. Specifically, it can refer to serious injuries such as:
Back injuries, Neck injuries, Brain injuries, Spinal cord and Burn injuries.
Catastrophic injury, can also refer to psychological distress resulting from an
accident. If you have suffered physically or psychologically due to another
person's negligence, Wolfe Law Offices can help you explore your options for
- Employment Discrimination Employment discrimination is
where a worker is treated different (typically worse) than others in the
workforce due to their race, gender (sex), national origin, religion, age, or
disability. It can take the form of an adverse action that affects an employee
economically through failure to promote, demotion, suspension, termination, or
loss of benefits. Employment discrimination can also take the form of a hostile
work environment (workplace harassment), like verbal or physical harassment, or
it can occur when an employer fails to reasonably accommodate a qualified
employee with a disability.
Home Abuse Nursing home residents rights are guaranteed by the
federal 1987 Nursing Home Reform Law. The law requires nursing homes to
promote and protect the rights of each resident. In spite of the
law, nursing home abuse continues to be a serious problem. The National Center
on Elder Abuse estimates at least one in 20 nursing home patients have been the
victim of negligence and or abuse, though it concedes that the number is
probably higher. According to the National Centers study, 57% of
nurses aides in long-term care facilities admitted to having witnessed,
and even participating in, acts of negligence and abuse.
Injury The most common types of personal injury claims are road
traffic accidents, accidents at work, tripping accidents, assault claims,
accidents in the home, and product defect accidents (product liability). The
term personal injury also incorporates medical and dental accidents and
conditions that are often classified as industrial disease cases, including
asbestosis and mesothelioma.
and Estate Planning At Wolfe Law Offices, we have been helping
families with estate planning, elder law, and probate since 1997. From simple
wills to trusts to powers of attorney, we can help you reach your estate
- Real estate
& Business Disputes Don't let a breakdown in communication sour
your business or real estate negotiations. Let the professionals at Wolfe Law
Offices assist you with any real estate project or business transaction.
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Traumatic brain injury
occurs during an event of trauma, such as a motor vehicle accident or a fall.
It can occur during an assault; blunt injury particularly causes traumatic
Death A wrongful death lawsuit claims that the victim was killed as
a result of negligence (or other type of unjust action) on the part of the
person or entity being sued, and that the victims survivors are entitled
to monetary damages as a result of the improper conduct. This type of claim is
different from a normal negligence lawsuit, which is filed by the person
injured for the resulting damages.