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Washington’s Sorry Wrongful Death Law

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The relationship between parents and their children is one of the most powerful bonds that can be found – often thought of as “unbreakable”. These relationships last a lifetime, and in many cases, grow stronger with the passing years. So, it’s easy to understand why one of the most nightmarish things that can happen to …

Are Schools Responsible When a Student Gets Hurt?

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What happens if a student is seriously injured at school? Can the school be responsible for the child’s injuries? Should it be? In many situations, the answer is yes, schools are responsible. The State of Washington recognizes that there is a unique relationship between a school and its students. The relationship is not voluntary, because …

Are Bars Liable for Drunk Driving?

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When someone is injured by a drunk driver, there may be a claim that the restaurant or bar where the driver was served is liable for the injured person’s damages. These are called “dram shop” claims. In dram shop cases, the injured person’s attorney has to prove that the bar or restaurant negligently furnished and …

The Rise of the #drivingselfie

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We live in a time when everyone is constantly online, checking their cell phones, or posting on social media, even when driving (if you find that hard to believe, search for posts tagged #DrivingSelfie, #SelfieWhileDriving, or #IHopeIDontCrash on Instagram). Despite the temptation of checking your phone on the road, it is a serious and dangerous traffic …

Construction Site Injuries & Deaths

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We’ve all seen the signs at construction sites showing the number days without injury accidents. However, it goes without saying that injury is a fact of life for construction workers. The combined construction trades — including laborers, electricians, roofers, painters, etc. —, logging, and fishing rank as one of the most dangerous occupations, according to …

What Are Your Rights When a Dog Bites You?

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For most of us, dog’s aren’t just “man’s best friend” but members of our family. Unfortunately, not all dogs are loyal companions, and injuries can occur. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, dogs bite 4.75 million people in United States each year. If a dog bites you or a loved one, you may …

Who is Liable in a Boating Accident?

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We’re lucky to live in an area where many people can spend time on the water, whether swimming or on ferries, motorboats, sailboats, stand-up paddle boards, jet skis or kayaks. Unfortunately, injuries happen, and people on boats can get injured because of someone else’s fault. If you or a loved one is hurt while out on the water, consulting …

Is Your Personal Injury Settlement Taxable?

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A personal injury settlement occurs when the parties involved resolve the dispute without going to trial. In the vast majority of settlements, the injured party receives damages, or a single sum of money to compensate them. As a general rule, these settlements don’t count as an income for IRS tax purposes, although there are some exceptions. …

Preventing Personal Injuries in Winter

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While Seattle may not suffer from the same onslaught of snow and ice as other areas of the country, winter weather and darker days bring a variety of personal injury risks. By taking extra precautions and being aware of your surroundings, many of these injuries can be avoided. If you are injured due to another …

Mistakes to Avoid in Your Personal Injury Case

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While no one expects to be hurt, it’s important to remember that a personal injury case begins the moment of the injury. If the event is due to the negligence of another party, you may be eligible for a personal injury claim to cover the cost of medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. …

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