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Posted in Wrongful Death on April 28, 2019
On April 27, 2019, a crane collapsed in downtown Seattle causing the deaths of four people and injuring at least four others. The crane accident occurred at Fairview Avenue North and Mercer Street when a tower crane working on a new Google campus fell. The four fatalities included two ironworkers who were in the towerIs Lane Splitting Legal in Washington State?
Posted in Motorcycle Accidents on April 25, 2019
It is a common sight on Washington highways – motorcycles, zipping between two slow-moving lanes of traffic. So common, in fact, that the topic is often up for debate. Is lane splitting legal in Washington state? If you ride a motorcycle and had a collision while lane splitting, you may still receive some compensation for yourPTSD After a Motorcycle Accident
Posted in Motorcycle Accidents on April 17, 2019
If you were recently in a motorcycle accident, your physical recovery is likely at the forefront of your mind. However, some motorcycle accident victims continue to experience the circumstances of the accident long after the physical injuries heal. In some cases, motorcycle accident victims can even develop post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. In fact, nearlyWhen Can a Pedestrian Be at Fault?
Posted in Pedestrian Safety on April 7, 2019
Many people subscribe to the notion that the pedestrian always has the right-of-way. While it is certainly true that pedestrians are much more vulnerable to injury due to the physics of car versus pedestrian accidents, and while drivers contribute to a great many pedestrian accidents, pedestrians are not immune to fault. What Are Some SituationsWho is at Fault if a Pedestrian Was Hit While Jaywalking?
Posted in Pedestrian Safety on April 1, 2019
Car versus pedestrian accidents in Seattle often result in severe injuries for the pedestrian, who is no match for an object as large as a car. Pedestrians may choose to sue to pursue compensation for injuries caused by the accident. However, what if your car versus pedestrian accident occurred as you were jaywalking? Can you