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December 2022

Colburn Law

How to Report a Drunk Driver in Washington

When you are out on the road, it is always a good idea to be aware of the drivers around you. You never know when an emergency may happen, and you want to be prepared in case of an accident or near-accident.  Sometimes, you may see another car driving erratically and wonder if the motorist

Tips for Talking with Insurance Claim Adjusters

When you are injured in an accident caused by the negligent actions of another person, you will likely need to deal with the at-fault party’s insurance company. While your case may seem straightforward, filing an insurance claim can be very complex. As for-profit entities, insurance companies want to protect their bottom lines and often strive

Road Rage and Aggressive Drivers

In Washington, drivers face many risks on the road: inclement weather conditions, debris, animals, and even other drivers. Aggressive driving behaviors, like tailgating or lane blocking, can easily escalate a traffic situation and harm other people on the road. To protect yourself from road rage, there are two important topics to be aware of: how

What to Do After a Collision with a Taxi Driver

Whether you are headed home after a night out or need a safe ride to the airport, taxis seem like an accessible and affordable mode of transportation. However, taxi drivers need proper training and a strong knowledge of Washington driving laws to safely transport passengers. Unfortunately, many collisions involving taxi drivers happen every year, resulting

[Study] The Most Dangerous Intersections in Washington

Every day, hundreds of people are involved in motor vehicle collisions throughout the state of Washington.  Nearly half of these collisions occur at or are related to an intersection. At Colburn Law, we are acutely aware of the devastating toll that car accident injuries can take on victims and their families.  For this reason, we

Safe Bicycle Routes in Washington

Cycling is extremely popular in Washington. In fact, there are hundreds of miles of designated bicycle routes throughout the state! These U.S. bicycle routes are made of interstate long-distance cycling routes along off-road paths, lanes, and the shoulder of low-traffic roads and highways.  These bicycle routes are generally safe and may even pose less risk