Practice Areas

Workers' Compensation

Kinney Law Group’s Washington workers’ compensation attorneys have decades of experience helping workers injured on the job. Our clients include carpenters, iron workers, nurses, millwrights, truck drivers, aerospace workers, loggers, painters…… Read More


Under Washington State law, a workplace “injury” means a sudden and tangible happening, of a traumatic nature, producing an immediate or prompt result, and occurring from without, and such physical conditions as result therefrom. (RCW 51.08.100)… Read More

Occupational Disease

The Industrial Insurance Act of Washington provides coverage for occupational disease when an employee, acting in the scope of employment contracts a disease or infection. The term “occupational disease” is defined by RCW 51.08.140 as “such dis… Read More

L&I Links and Forms

What to do if you are injured at work: How to file a claim: Work Status Form (English): W… Read More

Construction Site Accidents

If you were injured on a construction site, your basic need for medical care and time loss compensation should be covered by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. However, that will only provide you with partial compensation for yo… Read More

Personal Injury

Kinney Law Group has accumulated great experience in Washington State personal injury cases over the years. We offer a strong attorney-client relationship, where we strive to know you so we can maximize your recovery. We understand how serious your c… Read More

Car Accidents

We have decades of experience helping the victims of car accident and vehicle collision cases. Our clients have had accidents involving autos, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, crosswalks, train crossings, highway design and parking lots. Read More

Defective Products

Kinney Law Group’s Seattle personal injury lawyers represent people who have been injured by defective products. We have successfully pursued claims involving defective industrial machinery, heavy equipment such as fork lifts and scissor lifts, and… Read More

Trip and Fall Accidents

If you were injured by tripping over an object, slipping on the floor or falling on an icy sidewalk or parking lot, school, retail establishment, restaurant or another public place, you may be eligible to file a premises liability claim against the o… Read More

Jones Act / Maritime

Injured seamen can recover under the Jones Act, 46 U.S.C. §30104 and United States Federal maritime law for injuries aboard ship. A seaman injured on a vessel is entitled to maintenance and cure, without proof of fault. Read More

Social Security Disability

If you are injured or ill and cannot sustain work, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits. The Administration almost always denies the initial application and the Request for Reconsideration. The third (and usually last) step in t… Read More

Short and Long Term Disability Insurance

Many people, such as medical professionals, Boeing workers, and other union members have short and long term disability insurance. Disability insurance provides financial security, allowing you to recover for wage loss even if your injury or conditio… Read More