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Colburn LawThe Legal Liabilities of Trampoline Owners for Injuries on Their Property
Posted in Blog on May 26, 2023
Trampolines provide endless fun and entertainment, but they also come with inherent risks. A trampoline accident can lead to serious and life-changing injuries, including paralysis, brain damage, and even death. When accidents occur and injuries are sustained on a trampoline, who bears the legal liabilities? If a property owner fails to maintain a safe environmentWashington’s New Data Privacy Law: What It Means for Businesses
Posted in Blog,Personal Injury on April 5, 2023
In today’s data-driven world, privacy concerns have become more critical than ever before. The collection and use of personal data by businesses have become a common practice, raising questions about how this data is being protected and used. In response to these concerns, lawmakers across the United States have been working to establish regulations thatHazards and Dangers of Scissor Lifts
Posted in Blog,Safety Tips,Worksite Injury on February 20, 2023
Working in the construction industry can be rewarding, but it also involves a significant amount of risk. One of the most common pieces of equipment used in construction is the scissor lift, which allows workers to work at heights safely. However, the use of scissor lifts can also be hazardous, and accidents can result inWhat Are the Leading Causes of Paralysis?
Posted in Blog,Personal Injury,Spinal Cord Injury on February 14, 2023
Paralysis is a medical condition that causes a loss of muscle function, sensation, and control over certain parts of the body. It can occur due to various reasons, ranging from medical conditions to physical injuries, and can have a profound impact on your life. You may require lifelong medical care, become unable to work, andTop Reasons Why Your Medical Claims Are Being Denied
Posted in Blog,Medical Malpractice,Personal Injury on February 12, 2023
Navigating the world of healthcare can be a challenging experience for many patients, particularly when it comes to medical claims. Whether you’re dealing with a chronic condition or a sudden illness, the last thing you want is to be faced with a denied claim. Unfortunately, medical claim denials are a common occurrence and can beWhat Is an Insurance Dispute?
Posted in Blog,Personal Injury on September 25, 2022
Filing an insurance claim can be a difficult and lengthy process. From car accident claims to homeowners’ insurance cases, it is very common to find yourself in a disagreement or dispute with the insurance provider. An insurance dispute can complicate an already-stressful claim. However, having an attorney on your side could improve your chances ofWhat Is a Summons?
Posted in Blog on July 7, 2022
There are several important processes involved when filing a civil lawsuit. One of the most important is the summons, or a form that lets a defendant know that there is litigation pending against him or her. To appropriately file a summons, you and your attorney will need to comply with a series of important requirements.Strict Product Liability versus Negligence
Posted in Blog,Personal Injury,Safety Tips on May 30, 2022
Injuries and illnesses befall Washington residents every single year. Some people suffer these effects due to the actions of another person or even a business, such as a manufacturer, retail store, or distribution company. In these situations, victims have the right to pursue claims against the parties responsible for their injuries. However, different types ofProduct Liability Insurance versus Products and Completed Operations Coverage
Posted in Blog,Personal Injury,Safety Tips on May 23, 2022
Owning a company can be risky. Business owners can face liability in many situations, from injuries caused by employees or hazards on their commercial properties to harm caused by dangerous and defective products. To protect their financial interests in these situations, business owners carry various types of liability insurance. When it comes to defective products,Product Liability versus Errors & Omissions (E&O)
Posted in Blog,Personal Injury,Safety Tips on May 15, 2022
In Washington, manufacturers are subject to liability if they release a defective product and subsequently injure a customer. Product liability lawsuits can reach tens of thousands to even millions of dollars, which can significantly impact a business. To protect their interests, these manufacturers often purchase general liability insurance, as well as errors and omissions (E&O)