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Colburn LawUnderstanding Washington Parking Laws
As Washington drivers, it is our responsibility to follow applicable traffic laws and keep our roads safe. However, many drivers can overlook the important role that parking laws play in maintaining traffic safety. When you are looking for a place to park while driving in Washington, make sure to keep these key parking laws inWhen 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? CanTips for Avoiding Car Accidents in Smoky Conditions
The Seattle area is inundated with smoke from wildfires burning in British Columbia, Oregon, California, and around the state of Washington. According to Washington State Department of Ecology, the smoke in Seattle and King County is causing unhealthy air quality. Smoky air conditions not only cause unsafe breathing conditions, but can also cause unsafe drivingDangers of Dockless Bike Sharing in Seattle
Bicycling is a common way to commute in Seattle, Washington. With thousands of bikers hitting the sidewalks, bike lanes, and roads every year, accommodating bicyclists is a top traffic priority. One trend that has swiftly boomed in popularity in Seattle is private, free-floating bike sharing. In fact, Seattle was the first major city to employBeyond the Numbers: Seattle Traffic Accidents
The seaport city of Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington, as well as the largest in the Pacific Northwest. As of the latest census, there were 713,700 people living in Seattle. Seattle residents get around by car, trolley, streetcar, public bus, bicycle, on foot, and by rail. With such bustling streets,Running in the Rain: Seattle Pedestrian Safety Tips
Posted in Pedestrian Safety on December 20, 2017
If there’s one thing that Seattle is known for, it’s the legendary rainfall. We’re also a bunch of outdoor enthusiasts, so we can’t let a little moisture get in our way of a good time. If runners, for example, only ran outside on sunny days, they wouldn’t be getting out very often. Running in the