Kennewick Wrongful Death Attorney

Harkins & Swinburnson, PLLC, is a team of personal injury attorneys that vigorously represents accident victims and their families. Our firm has the experience, resources and advocacy skills needed to handle any case.

Our firm provides results-oriented representation on behalf of people who have suffered catastrophic injuries such as:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Burns
  • Amputation
  • Blindness and vision loss
  • Other types of catastrophic injuries

In 2014, our firm obtained a $3.5 million settlement on behalf of a person who had suffered a traumatic brain injury in a motor vehicle accident.

Developing A Comprehensive Life-Care Plan

In cases involving life-changing injuries, we ask a life-care planner to join our team. This medical professional will interview medical providers, the injured person and the injured person's family to learn about his or her needs. Based on these findings, the life care planner will then develop an outline specifying all of the medical, rehabilitation and personal needs of the injured person. We will then seek the funds that can pay for those services, plus compensation for all other economic and noneconomic losses.

Wrongful Death Attorneys

Our lawyers represent the estates of fatal accident victims in wrongful death litigation. Family members or beneficiaries of the deceased's estate may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Medical costs prior to death
  • Income the deceased would have earned had he or she lived
  • Pain and suffering of the deceased prior to death
  • Loss of consortium and loss of companionship
  • Other types of compensation

Our goal when representing you will be to obtain full compensation for all economic and noneconomic losses and justice for the wrongs done to your family member.

Free Consultation — Contact Our Firm

To schedule a free initial consultation about an catastrophic injury or wrongful death case, contact Harkins & Swinburnson, PLLC. We serve clients in Kennewick, Richland, Pasco and elsewhere in the Mid-Columbia Basin.