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What brings you to our site? Were you involved in a crash or another incident as the result of someone else's negligence? Attorney Catherine Fleming wants to learn the details. She listens more and tends to talk less than most other attorneys, except when it matters to her clients.
Catherine Fleming has obtained record results for personal injury and road design clients. On behalf of injured bicyclists, pedestrians, and drivers, she has fought to tell their stories to improve their lives and the lives of all travelers of the same roads. Her fierce advocacy for safer roads in Seattle has made history and helped shape the law in Washington State.
Find out how this champion will get you the best results. Contact us now.
Each Client Has A Unique Story
Each client has a unique story. When a bicyclist or pedestrian is first hit, the natural tendency to brush off the crash and tell everyone that everything is fine. As the days turn to weeks and months, that is when a person injured on the road realizes that denial won't make the pain and medical bills disappear.
Their stories and your stories fuel attorney Catherine Fleming in her fight for injured bicyclists, pedestrians, and anyone traveling our roads. She has obtained success, when other attorneys thought the case was too difficult to win. Our win rate for injured bicyclists and other "vulnerable road users": 100% success.
Below are just a few examples of how Catherine has helped her clients whose lives were changed forever by negligence. Contact Fleming Law now for the BEST possible result. The more you delay, the more issues you unknowingly create that hurt your case.
Does walking at a marked crosswalk require precision from the pedestrian? Seattle’s answer might surprise you… Below is a snippet of the City of Seattle’s Motion for Summary Judgment, arguing that its design of the protected bike lane, transit island, and pedestrian crosswalk (only a few yards north of the main crosswalk) had nothing to…
Even the most seasoned bicyclists have sustained major injuries from crashes on badly designed roads in Seattle. KOMO News anchor Molly Shen delves into the issue that gave rise to Fleming Law clients’ lawsuit against the City of Seattle. Check back often for updates about this case and other cases of unsafe road planning/design/construction/maintenance.
In Seattle, do we need to resign ourselves to bike injuries? We have the right to ask for reasonably safe roads. This is the law. But why do we so rarely get this from our cities, towns, and the state? How many more injuries and catastrophic crashes for people on bikes are needed before SDOT…
Teenage boys hijacked a Lime Pod and crashed into Jonathan Gunning’s car at a stop light on Elliott Ave. After a protracted battle with Lime’s insurer, Catherine Fleming obtained a confidential settlement on behalf of Mr. Gunning for his car crash injuries, lost wages, and general damages.
This claim involved a motor vehicle accident settlement with a negligent driver and clients’ Underinsured Motorists (UIM) insurance. Charles and Manuel were driving on a quiet road in Issaquah, when suddenly a driver behind the wheel of an oncoming SUV crashed into their car. Both sustained injuries but never expected the size of the settlement…
Seattle software developer was walking to his job, when a driver hit him with their car near the Fremont Bridge. He lost weeks of work and time to enjoy with his family for the entire summer and fall of 2019. After the injured pedestrian was taken to the hospital, his family contacted Catherine Fleming to…
City’s dangerous design caused serious injuries on Roosevelt Way NE in Seattle’s University District, lawsuit alleges
While Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) often invokes its commitment to pedestrian safety , the roughly $8 million, multi-year Roosevelt Way NE project remains confusing and dangerous for pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers in the University District. Learn More
Daniel Ahrendt, a conscientious bike commuter and web developer, was run over by a bus after his front bike tire got caught in the Seattle First Hill Streetcar track. On a partly sunny May morning in Seattle, Daniel rode his bicycle to his job. He was always careful as a bicyclist, as his friends all…