"I highly recommend Bill Coats and his staff!"
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"I feel blessed to live and practice personal injury law in Whatcom County. For over twenty years I've dedicated my legal career to helping people navigate insurance claims and the court process after an auto accident, wrongful death or personal injury. It's my calling and I'm proud to help my neighbors in Bellingham, Ferndale, Blaine, Lynden and throughout Whatcom County against the out-of-state insurance companies." Bill Coats.
It's an outrage that so many injury and fatality collisions in Whatcom County are caused by drunk, distracted, and reckless drivers. Bellingham Attorney Bill Coats holds these people accountable.
After an auto accident, the insurance company’s primary goal is to deny or delay your claim. We put you on a level playing field and fight to recover full and fair compensation.
Attorney Bill Coats has dealt with negligent drivers who claim “I couldn’t see the bike” and has recovered millions for Bellingham and Whatcom County bicyclists.
It’s impossible to drive safely while distracted by a text. Distracted driving collisions are on the rise around Bellingham. We have experience proving negligence in these cases.
In truck and commercial vehicle cases, you need a lawyer who will aggressively pursue your claim. We hire a team of experts to counter the biased investigation of the trucking company.
Pedestrians have no protection in a collision with a motor vehicle. We help recover full and fair compensation for the serious injuries pedestrians suffer when struck by a car.
The shock and grief following a wrongful death can be almost unbearable. We are sensitive to our client’s emotional needs, and help reduce the financial stress by recovering compensation.
In motorcycle injury cases, you need an attorney who understands there can be a bias against bikers. We are experienced at proving who was at fault and have recovered millions for bikers.
Bellingham Attorney Bill Coats has over 20 years of experience with workplace injuries, defective products, nursing home abuse, dog attacks and other injury cases.