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Negligence and a Victim’s Injury in a Truck Accident

According to a June 2017 article in Patch, Seattle police are looking for a semi-truck driver involved in an accident that injured a driver.   The accident happened early on a Thursday morning along I-5 and near Seneca Street. A 60-year-old man was driving a... read more

Collecting Damages when a Victim is at Fault

According to a KOMO, in March 2017, two teenage boys were injured in a car wreck. The wreck left the car the boys were in wrapped around a tree in South Seattle. The accident happened in the 1000 block of South Cloverdale Street around 2 a.m. It took about 45 minutes... read more

Legal Duty in a Seattle Car Accident

In March 2017, a two-vehicle crash sent one of the vehicles into a gas pump and triggered a fire, according to Q13FOX. The accident happened in North Seattle at a Shell station on Holman Road NW. The two cars slammed into each other shortly before 8 p.m. One of the... read more

How to Handle a Seattle Bicycle Accident

In October 2016, a 50-year-old man was severely injured while riding his bicycle in Seattle, according to the Seattle Pi.  He suffered life-threatening injuries in what was described by the Seattle Fire Department as a “bike/car accident.” It appears the bicyclist and... read more

Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Seattle

A 72-year-old woman died in early May, 2017 after a vehicle crashed into an assisted living home, according to Patch.com.   The accident happened around 11 a.m. about a week prior to the woman’s death. The location of the home was in the Meadowbrook neighborhood,... read more

Understanding Seattle Truck Accidents

At least seven people were injured or killed in recent truck accidents around Puget Sound in May, 2017, according to Patch.   One accident involved a semi-trailer that overturned near 72nd Street and I-5 near Tacoma. The semi-truck driver died at the scene. A... read more

Negligence is a Factor in a Brain Injury Lawsuit

In May 2017, a Seattle firefighter sued Puget Sound Energy, or PSE, because he was allegedly knocked out by the force of the Greenwood natural-gas explosion. This according to the Seattle Times.   In the lawsuit filed in May, the firefighter claimed he was... read more

Proving Liability in a Seattle Motorcycle Crash

In late April 2017, a Renton man was critically injured in a Seattle motorcycle accident, according to Seattle Patch. The accident happened in South Seattle just prior to 7 p.m. that day. The 26-year-old man was allegedly hit by an impaired driver of an SUV. According... read more

Is Washington an At-Fault Car Accident State?

Knowing your rights regarding recovering compensation after a car accident can help to ensure that you get your maximum settlement amount. Because each state in the nation is responsible for setting its own laws regarding fault, and whether or not a person who causes... read more

Statute of Limitations for a Personal Injury Claim

Each state in the nation maintains a set of laws referred to as statutes of limitation. These statutes govern how much time can pass before a legal action can be taken, and states maintain both civil and criminal statutes of limitation. If you are injured in the state... read more