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Zoom trial: $150K settlement for retired nurse

When people are injured due to the negligence of another, they have the right to take legal action to seek financial compensation through the courts. This process can take years under the best of circumstances, but the pandemic has led to even further delays. “Because of COVID-19, the court system has taken measures that have...

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How do I know if I need surgery after a crash?

If you sustained a severe injury in a car accident, it will likely not heal on its own. Finding out that you need surgery may be the last thing you want to hear. That could mean a significant amount of time away from work or engaging in activities you enjoy. To make matters worse, you're hit...

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Are active driving assistance systems dangerous?

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) provide the highest level of automated vehicle technology available to the public right now. ADAS uses sensors and cameras to detect road conditions and driver error and is designed to adjust accordingly. Sounds great, doesn’t it? AAA, however, has concluded that the electronic system is far from dependable. The AAA...

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Motorcycle accident fatalities are on the rise

Washington is still in the process of loosening its COVID-19 restrictions. That means that our roadways could soon return to a somewhat normal state. Over the last few months, vehicular traffic in Washington dropped significantly. As a result, the rate of crashes dropped. This doesn't necessarily mean that our roadways became safer. In April 2020,...

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Can road debris and defects lead to a crash?

When unexpected objects appear in the road, drivers may do whatever it takes to avoid hitting them. For this reason, road debris can be a major contributing factor in car accidents. In some cases, hitting road debris that suddenly falls off another vehicle can be unavoidable. Large objects in the road and flying objects can...

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Washington State will most likely see an increase in drunk driving on St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day is one of the most popular holidays for drinking. According to WalletHub, the average person celebrating St. Patrick's Days has about 4.2 drinks — enough to cause impairment. Of course, this becomes a problem when mixed with driving. From 2014-2018, nearly 250 people died in traffic collisions in the U.S. on St....

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