Myers & Company is committed to maximizing recoveries for its clients as quickly and efficiently as possible.

  • Squeezing $923,000 from a $25,000 Policy | Washington has a minimum insurance requirement.  Drivers have to carry at least $25,000 in coverage.  That minimum amount dates back to the early 1980s.  To give some context: In 1980 gas cost $1 a gallon.  The Dow Jones peaked at 1,000 […]

  • Myers & Company Gets 6x Policy Limits for Client | We recently represented a client who was involved in a motorcycle collision.  We knew the driver who hit our client didn’t purchase enough insurance to fully compensate our client […]

  • Real Money for Psychological Injuries | We recently tried a case for a client who was involved in a three-vehicle wreck.  Our client sustained soft-tissue neck and back injuries.  He was sidelined from his favorite activities while he was recovering.  He wasn’t able to golf, ski, hike or play basketball for several months after the wreck.

  • Jury Returns Verdict 15X Higher Than Carrier’s Last Offer | We tried a case last year for a man who was rear-ended on the freeway. Our client went to urgent care after the wreck and was diagnosed with a neck strain […]

  • Six-Figure Award for Emotional Injuries | We recently represented a man who was rear ended while driving an attenuator truck.  He was working for the Department of Transportation on a road construction project […]

  • Thinking Outside the Box Pays Off | A lot of people use the expression “thinking outside the box”. It’s over-used. But it conveys a good point—especially if […]

  • Not in the right? Think again | One of the first rules you learn is the driver on the right has the right of way. But that rule—like most rules—has some exceptions […]

  • No Helmet? No Problem | You don’t see too many motorcyclists without helmets.  But there are some.  And our client was one of them.

  • Myers & Company to the Rescue! | There is a three year statute of limitations for most personal injury cases in Washington.  That means that suit must be filed within three years or the claim is lost.  There are, however, some exceptions to the rule. […]