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Motorcycle Accidents     Motorcycles can be incredibly fun but can also be deadly. Twenty-four riders died in Washington by the end of May this year. It is simply riskier to drive a motorcycle than a car. This does not mean, however, that safety does not help.     For safety sake, first, wear a …

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Rideshare Accidents     In the US, there are between 1.5 and 2.0 million active drivers with Uber and Lyft. An average, full-time driver might put in around 1,000 miles a week. They must, of course, have insurance. But the policies they have, and how accident claims are handled, differ from most drivers. It is …

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COVID-19 and Healthcare Provider Immunity     The first known death in the US from COVID-19 occurred in February. Less than 6 months later, we’ve lost over 137,000. We hear about this crisis daily, yet it is still not clear how much legal protection or legal accountability workers should have for the healthcare they are …

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Sports Injuries     Over 10 million people suffer some kind of sports injury every year in the United States, 3.5 million of them children. Sports injuries can happen on the job, at the gym, or playing a team sport, like football, basketball, or soccer. The range of injuries is quite large.     A …

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Medical Malpractice and Negligence in Washington State     When we see a doctor, we trust they will take good care of us. Yet it may not always go as we’d hope. Maybe you were misdiagnosed, or given the wrong medicine, or had treatment delayed. Maybe you really needed help and weren’t treated at all. …

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Personal Injury and Bicyclists     The first bicycle arrived in Washington State in 1879, and we’ve been in love with cycling ever since. Nine years out of ten, between 2008 to 2017, Washington was named the most bike friendly state in the nation. As bicycling continues to rise in popularity, though, cyclists face danger …

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Pedestrian Accidents – Dangers and Realities     In 2017, one pedestrian died every 88 minutes in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control. In Washington, an average of 83 pedestrians die every year over the past decade. Pedestrians do not fare well when struck by a vehicle.     The survival rate …

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Auto Accidents – What to do Right Away     There have been over 27,416 auto accidents in Washington State so far this year. What should you do when you get in an auto accident?     First, check to see if you are okay. Try to remain calm, take stock of how you are …

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COVID-19 and Personal injury     As of May 22nd, the death toll caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic is over 1,000 in Washington, with more than 19,000 confirmed cases across the state. We were one of the first major epicenters of the pandemic in the US. It’s no surprise we are left with COVID-19 is …

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