GLP Attorneys has worked in teamwork with the healthcare community in Washington for over thirty years. Our office provides valuable resources for healthcare providers, including:

  • Educational seminars on topics pertaining to your personal injury practice 
  • References and resources for Chiropractors, Medical Doctors, Massage Therapists, Acupuncturists, Naturopaths, and other healthcare providers and their staff.
  • Literature for your patients on Personal Injury Protection, What to do in a Motor Vehicle Accident and Guide book

Our attorneys keep informed regarding the newest developments and discoveries in medical treatment and diagnostic procedures. We believe an informed legal team understands the issues facing clients and healthcare providers and that aiding the healthcare community allows us to better serve our clients and promote better healthcare management and civil justice.

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Our office provides valuable resources and free literature to healthcare providers to offer their patients, including: Personal Injury Protection (PIP) information cards in English and Spanish, attorney business cards, medical lien packets and various handouts. 

“PIP Strategies and Solutions” Handouts: TEMPORARY DISABILITY CERTIFICATEATTENDANT CARE DISABILITY CERTIFICATEHOUSEHOLD SERVICES STATEMENT

                                                      Sample Fee Schedule

Medical Lien packet – PDF       Medical Lien packet – Word      Sample Fee Schedule

                                                                                                   

Personal Injury Protection (PIP) card      Do I Need an Attorney card 

 

 

Washington Adopts Changes to the

Medical Lien Statute: 

House Bill 1503

GLP ATTORNEYS IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Our teams are working remotely until further notice to help protect our employees, clients and our communities from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Our legal teams and staff will be answering calls, voicemail, and email, and will conduct all business by telephone, video conference, email or other electronic means. Defense counsel should serve all pleadings and responsive documents on our office via email to the attorney of record on your file. We appreciate your patience until we are able to resume full and normal operations of all of our offices. We will get through this together!
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