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Colburn LawWhat Is the Statute of Limitations in a Slip and Fall Case?
Victims of slip and fall accidents have the right to pursue compensation by filing a personal injury lawsuit. If you believe that you qualify for this litigation, it is important to act quickly. Washington law sets a deadline, known as the statute of limitations, for filing slip and fall accident claims. If you do notWarning Signs of Elder Abuse and Neglect During COVID-19
Elder abuse occurs when an older person experiences physical, emotional, financial, or sexual harm at the hands of another person. Senior citizens may also experience abandonment and neglect, often from the people that they trust to care for them. Limited physical contact due to the COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for family members toWhat Is Double Indemnity?
Life insurance and accident policies often include a double indemnity clause, under which the insurance company agrees to pay twice the policy amount in case of an accidental death. While double indemnity can provide a number of benefits to grieving families, not all Washington insurance policies honor this agreement. What Qualifies as an Accidental Death?Life Care Center of Kirkland Fined for Negligence in Handling Coronavirus Outbreak
On April 1, Life Care Center of Kirkland was fined more than $600,000 for their comprehensive failure to prepare, act, and respond to the novel coronavirus outbreak. The long-term care facility is widely considered the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington – in fact, the first confirmed case of coronavirus in the United StatesSeattle Crane Accident Lawyer
Posted in Wrongful Death on April 28, 2019
On April 27, 2019, a crane collapsed in downtown Seattle causing the deaths of four people and injuring at least four others. The crane accident occurred at Fairview Avenue North and Mercer Street when a tower crane working on a new Google campus fell. The four fatalities included two ironworkers who were in the towerHow Do You Calculate a Wrongful Death Settlement?
Posted in Wrongful Death on March 15, 2019
No amount of money can make up for the unexpected death of a loved one. A successful claim could, however, give your family the financial stability to pay for funeral and burial expenses, make up for lost wages, and continue to pay bills while you grieve. Washington wrongful death law, Section 4.20.020 of the state