Support & Community Resources
We’re always here to help whether you hire us or not. The best and most holistic results come when our clients and their families are fully supported, beyond just legal services. This means connecting you with care providers, support groups, activities and events in our community that are designed to help people coping with and recovering from severe injuries.
Below is a list of trusted teams and resources located throughout the Pacific Northwest that we’ve found to be especially helpful over the years.
Brain Injury Resources
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington
The BIAWA is a nonprofit dedicated to providing free services and support to those affected by brain injury. Reach out online, by phone, or social media to connect with experienced and caring individuals who can help with your questions relating to brain injury.
Brainline is a national multimedia project offering information and resources about preventing, treating, and living with TBI. Its website is a valuable “one stop shop” outlining most aspects of living with TBI that survivors and family members will want to know.
Sports Concussion Program at Harborview
Harborview’s medical program helps to provide children, teen, and adult athletes with evaluation, treatment and medical clearance to return to sports after a concussion.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Traumatic Brain Injury & Concussion
The leading national public health institute of the United States. This is a great resource to learn more about the most current national statistics and trends in the world of TBI, and beyond, along with tips for how to stay safer before or after a TBI.
University of Washington Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems
In a study funded by the government, UW is gathering data and research to help answer questions about TBI recovery. Click on the link to learn more about available treatments and TBI research through articles, illustrations, a newsletter, and more.
Helpful Government Agencies
Washington State Patrol
This is the state police agency for Washington State. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident in Washington, you’ll definitely want to use the link below to request a Police Traffic Collision Report.
Washington State Insurance Commissioner
State office that protects insurance consumers and oversees the insurance industry. If you have insurance questions, or even have a complaint against an insurance company, the insurance commissioner’s website has an entire section dedicated to helping consumers fight for their rights.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
This is a U.S. government agency that was created to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce vehicle related crashes. Click to learn more about the rules of the road, driving safety, research, and more.