Honolulu Car Accident Attorneys William H. Lawson and Amy L. Woodward

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Please call or use the form below to contact us here at Accident Lawyer Honolulu - Law Office of William H. Lawson. Our New Client Hotline phone number is 808-524-5300 and the general phone number is 808-528-2525. Another alternative to use to set up your Free Initial Consultation is to fill out the email form below (when clicking the submit button, please be sure to grant permission to your email account to send us the information as an email, if necessary). The main law offices of William H. Lawson, a Honolulu car accident attorney, are located at 1188 Bishop Street, Suite 2902, in the heart of downtown Honolulu, Hawaii. If you are intending to drive or walk to our office, a Google map for our office building can be found at 1188 Bishop Street.

Free initial consultations are available through any one of the contact methods. If you are requesting a Free Consultation by email, please include your name, your phone number(s), your preferred email address, the date of the accident and a brief description of what happened in the accident. Additionally, please tell us your relationship to the injured party if you are contacting Accident Lawyer Honolulu on behalf of another person. After you compose and send us your email, we will contact you for a free, no obligation initial consultation.

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Recent Personal Injury and Car Accident News

An important victory in the fight for individual rights (as opposed to insurer rights) is the case of Yukumoto and HMSA v. Tawahara. In that case on May 26, 2017, the Hawaii Supreme Court rejected the efforts of a health insurer who tried to convert its insurance coverage into a 'loan agreement' and recover its medical expense payments from Mr. Yukumoto when he had a 3rd party claim - in spite of the fact that he was not being fully compensated for his losses. This insidious insurance practice has been damaging the citizens and members of the Hawaii community for many years. For more info, see the decision here: Yukumoto and HMSA v. Tawahara, Hawaii Sup. Ct. No. SCAP-15-0000460 (May 26, 2017).