Liability Waiver Wins Lawsuit for LA Fitness

Categories: Personal Injury

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Washington Injury Attorneys for Victims who Signed Liability Waivers When you sign up at your local gym, you might have to sign a contract or agreement. Often, you do not bother to read it. You probably assume that it states the usual legalese about your rights, but have you ever thought about the fine print?…

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Can You Sue for a Wrongful Death from a Failed Cosmetic Procedure?

Categories: Wrongful Death

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Experienced Wrongful Death Attorneys Serving Victims of Failed Cosmetic Procedures throughout Washington State Surgeries carry risks, and elective procedures have risks that may outweigh the benefits. Elective procedures are those that the patient opts for, and are not life-saving procedures. Therefore, when an error occurs, the law is a little unclear. When a patient undergoes…

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Is Walking a Dangerous Way to Travel These Days?

Categories: Personal Injury

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Injury Attorneys Serving Victims of Walking Accidents in Washington The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, powered by the U.S. Department of Transportation, has stated that pedestrian accidents are over-stated in accident data countrywide. They state that these accidents account for 14 percent of traffic fatalities, but only account for 10.9 trips. There is no reliable…

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Can a Minor File a Lawsuit in the State of Washington?

Categories: Personal Injury

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Experienced Attorneys Helping Minors File Injury Lawsuits in Washington When a minor is injured, parents or guardians of the minor may wonder if the child is able to file a lawsuit on his or her own against the negligent party. The process for filing an injury claim for a child is somewhat like an adult,…

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Samsung Hit with the First Lawsuit for Exploding Galaxy Note 7

Categories: Product Liability

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Product Liability Lawyers Weigh in on Liability Issues for Washington Cell Phone Users Samsung has been in the news recently for explosion and fire issues associated with the Galaxy Note 7. In fact, earlier in October, the company announced that it would be recalling all Note 7s and removing them from production until a solution…

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Could Apple be Sued for Distracted Driving Accidents?

Categories: Distracted Driving

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Experienced Attorneys Holding Responsible Parties Accountable for Distracted Driving Accidents across Washington Apple, the maker of the iPhone, Apple Watch, and other media devices certainly plays a role in distracted driving. However, those who have been injured by a distracted driver using an Apple device may wonder if Apple is liable for their injuries. According…

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How a Victim Recovers From a Traumatic Brain Injury

Categories: Catastrophic Injury

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Compassionate Attorney Serving Families of Brain Injury Victims in Washington A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a severe injury – one that does not usually include a swift recovery. In fact, most people who suffer from a TBI will have long-term ailments, and some may never recover the life they once had. If you have…

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Proving Fault in a Wrongful Death Claim: What Do I Need?

Categories: Wrongful Death

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Wrongful Death Attorney Compassionately Serving Victim’s Families across Washington The loss of a loved one can leave you feeling hopeless and confused. You know that someone is responsible, but holding him or her accountable for these negligent actions is not as simple as it sounds. You want justice, and you and your loved ones need…

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Washington Worker’s Comp Attorney

Categories: Personal Injury

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Oklahoma’s Top Court Rules That Big Corporations Can’t Set Rules for Workers’ Compensation Some of the biggest corporations in the country (including Lowe’s® and Wal-Mart®) were working to release themselves of liability by opting out of workers’ compensation coverage. Unfortunately, Oklahoma’s top court has slammed down their attempts, citing it as unconstitutional. In a recent…

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