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Colburn LawSEEKING WITNESSES: Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Covington
Posted in Car Accidents on November 15, 2019
Colburn Law is seeking information from witnesses about a Halloween night collision that resulted in a pedestrian being airlifted to Harborview Medical Center with life threatening injuries. The collision occurred around 12:30 a.m., Friday, November 1, 2019, in Covington. A black Subaru was traveling northbound on 164th Avenue Southeast toward Southeast 264th Street. The SubaruWhat Questions Should I Ask My Personal Injury Lawyer?
Posted in Personal Injury on November 14, 2019
There are many personal injury law firms and attorneys operating throughout Washington state – when it comes time for you to hire someone to represent your case, how can you make a decision as to who to hire? You want to ensure that the lawyer you choose can provide the highest quality legal representation andWhat Is the Washington School Bus Law?
Posted in Safety Tips on November 14, 2019
To prevent injury to children who use the school bus, Washington state has a few rules in place that drivers must follow. These laws are common across the country: drivers must stop when a school bus emits a certain signal and wait until the vehicle drives away to avoid accidentally striking a child. However, notJUUL Vaping Injuries & Dangers
Posted in Safety Tips on November 13, 2019
Vaping is a relatively new activity in the United States and in Washington state, and vape manufacturers, such as JUUL, often market their products as safe alternatives to smoking. However, since vaping is such a recent trend, we do not know how serious the long-term effects of these devices can be – and some JUULWhat Is a Deposition?
Posted in Personal Injury on November 3, 2019
If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit in Washington civil court, chances are you will have to attend a deposition. A deposition is a tool that courts use during the discovery process prior to your case’s trial, allowing your attorney to learn about the circumstances surrounding your case and find potential pieces of evidence.