Do You Know How to Drive in Fog Safely?

Categories: Car Accidents

driving in fog

As a coastal state, Washington gets its fair share of fog every year. While the biggest fog seasons are in the summer, fogs still happen randomly year-round. Surprisingly, most Washingtonians are not the best at navigating in the fog despite its frequent appearance. This is because no matter how good of a driver you are,…

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How Do You Value Your Injuries and Losses?

Categories: Personal Injury

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The idea of putting a dollar amount on your injuries, pain, and mental anguish can seem impossible. However, it is an important part of filing an injury claim. Insurance companies and your attorney will consider your injuries and determine how much they are worth. This is by far the most important and difficult portion of…

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Critical Rules to Remember When Cycling in Washington

Categories: Bicycle Accidents

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The state of Washington considers your bicycle a “vehicle,” any time you ride it on a roadway. So, what does that mean for you? That means you are required to follow the rules of the road, just like a motorist. Motorists are also required to look out for those cycling on the road. While you…

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Drowsy Driving Prevention Week – 5 Tips for Better Sleep

Categories: Car Accidents

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You know that you are supposed to get enough sleep every night – and you do your best. However, actually getting enough sleep is not always as easy as one would think. Sleep is essential for the human body. It affects your mood, mental abilities, and overall physical health. If you do not get enough…

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What to do When Insurance Claims You’re Faking Your Injury

Categories: Personal Injury

fake injury

Filing a false insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit carries serious criminal and civil ramifications. However, not all personal injury claims are fraudulent. Sometimes there are legitimately injured victims accused of falsifying information or faking their injuries. It is common for insurance claim’s adjusters to try and throw out accusations of faking or falsified information…

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5 Reasons to Hire an Attorney for a Catastrophic Injury Case

Categories: Catastrophic Injury

catastrophic injury

A catastrophic injury is one that is severe and often impacts the spine, brain or spinal cord. These injuries may also include fractures of the spine and skull. When someone suffers a catastrophic injury, the injury typically results in long-term complications. The victim is unlikely to ever fully recover. Furthermore, he or she will have…

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Common Questions and Answers about Auto Accidents

Categories: Car Accidents

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Being in a car accident can be one of the more traumatic experiences a person will ever endure in his or her lifetime. Whether a rear-end accident or a catastrophic accident, immediately afterward you will have questions regarding your rights and options. It is best to speak with a car accident attorney regarding your case,…

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When Can You Sue for Police Misconduct?

Categories: Personal Injury

police misconduct

After an unpleasant confrontation with law enforcement, you may feel tempted to file a lawsuit or complaint. However, a bad experience with law enforcement does not necessarily mean you are the victim of misconduct or that the officer has harmed you in any way. However, when an arrest seems unwarranted, unfair, or you were treated…

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Who is Liable for a Defective Climbing Wall?

Categories: Personal Injury

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Washington Defective Product Injury Lawyers Rock climbing is not only a great activity but an excellent way to get in shape. With more people getting outdoors, embracing the backcountry of Washington, and seeking gyms with rock walls, the chances for serious injuries are increasing. Gyms are adding rock walls for avid climbers to try and…

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Do Dram Shop Laws Apply in Washington?

Categories: Personal Injury

dram shop

Washington Injury Lawyers Protecting those Injured by Drunk Drivers For years, the state of Washington has considered social host responsibility pivotal when a minor injures someone in a drunken driving accident. However, in 2004, the state expanded the statute to cover adult offenders as well. Today, the state can hold the host or establishment responsible…

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