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Trampoline Safety Regulations: What You Need to Know

Trampolines are a popular backyard fixture in Washington and for good reason. The feeling of weightlessness as you bounce through the air can be incredibly thrilling. Alongside the excitement, however, trampolines also come with inherent risks and potential dangers.  A trampoline accident can lead to serious injuries, including broken bones, spinal cord damage, and traumatic

The Most Severe Trampoline Injuries: Paralysis, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Death

Trampolines are popular recreational equipment found in many backyards and amusement parks, providing hours of fun and entertainment. However, it’s essential to recognize that trampolines can also be extremely dangerous, particularly when not used with caution and proper supervision. If you or your child is injured on a trampoline, it is important to seek medical

The Importance of Trampoline Maintenance for Injury Prevention

In many households across Washington, trampolines have become a beloved addition to the backyard landscape. These bouncing platforms bring joy and fun to families, providing an outlet for outdoor play and physical activity. Amidst all the excitement, it is crucial to prioritize proper trampoline maintenance to prevent potential injuries. A poorly maintained trampoline can be

What You Should Know about Washington’s New Gun Control Laws

To reduce the risk of gun violence and firearm-related accidents, Washington state has recently enacted three new gun control laws designed to limit high-capacity magazines, ghost guns, and open carry in certain areas. If you own a gun in Washington, it is important to be aware of these laws to avoid hefty legal consequences. Senate

Washington’s New Data Privacy Law: What It Means for Businesses

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 that

Washington’s Comparative Negligence Laws

When filing a personal injury lawsuit, it is common to wonder how much compensation you can receive. In the state of Washington, several factors can affect the amount of compensation awarded in a personal injury case, including the state’s comparative negligence statute. These laws are designed to allocate fault and determine how much compensation a

What Are the Leading Causes of Paralysis?

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, and

Top Reasons Why Your Medical Claims Are Being Denied

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 be

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

What Do Bruises Mean After an Accident?

Accidents can cause many different types of injuries, from broken bones to traumatic brain damage. Bruises are one of the most common injuries that can happen after this level of trauma. This type of injury can be painful and take a few days or weeks to heal. In some cases, a bruise can be a