With 30 years of personal injury experience, personal injury attorney Greg Marshall knows how to handle large and small claims, no matter what their complexity. He keeps you informed and educated throughout the process so that you can make the best decisions for your case, and he makes sure you have the best recovery possible. From physical and mental to emotional and financial, he considers your personal circumstances and needs.
Greg is no stranger to complex issues. He enjoys working on challenging cases and welcomes the opportunity to piece together the puzzle of your case and present it to the insurance carrier, court, or jury in an easy to follow format that will deliver justice and help you to put the pieces of your life back together.
Whether you're looking for a personal injury attorney or car accident attorney, Greg Marshall will lead you through the process with confidence! He's available for socially distanced in-person meetings in Everett or virtual meetings wherever you are.
Do Not Sign Anything Without First Consulting With an Attorney!
Personal injury claims take time to resolve because the legal system can grind at a snail’s pace, and injuries take time to heal. It is generally not a good idea to settle your claim before you’ve completed treatment or been released by your doctor. When you settle your claim, the insurance company requires that you sign a release of all claims, which forever relieves the responsible party from any further liability for your damages.
Insurance companies are not your friend! While many claims adjusters may present themselves as caring and concerned about your welfare, their first responsibility is to their employer, and their purpose is to save their employer as much money as possible by settling claims cheaply.
You need the knowledge, education, and expertise of a seasoned negotiator and litigator to ensure your rights are protected.
Premises Liability/Falling Injuries
Semi Tractor-Trailer Collisions
Multiple Vehicle Collisions
Multiple Sequential Incidents
Multiple Responsible Parties
Serious, Disabling Injuries
Total Knee Replacements
Neck & Back (Whiplash) Injuries
Torn Rotator Cuffs
Shoulder Replacements (Arthroplasty)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Loss of Income