Do Environmental Factors Cause Car Accidents?
Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on May 10, 2022
There are a number of factors that contribute to vehicle accidents in Seattle. Often, these incidents are caused by the careless or negligent actions of drivers on the roadway. However, there are times when environmental factors can lead to car accident collisions on our roadways. Here, our team of personal injury lawyers in Seattle...
Determining Who is At Fault in a Car Accident Changing Lanes
Posted in Distracted Driving, Motor Vehicle Accidents on May 1, 2022
Changing lanes is one of the most common driving procedures that individuals do when they hit the roadway. However, this can also be an incredibly dangerous procedure where accidents can occur if just one step is not done correctly. Here, our car accident lawyers want to examine who could be at fault for a...
What Causes Cephalopelvic Disproportion?
Posted in Birth Injuries on April 5, 2022
Cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD) is a condition where a baby has trouble going through the birth canal. The difficulties could be caused by a variety of reasons, including the size of the baby’s head, the size or shape of the mother’s pelvis, or the baby’s positioning. Here, our Seattle birth injury lawyers want to discuss...
Signs Your Child May Have Suffered a Birth Injury
Posted in Birth Injuries on April 1, 2022
The birth of a child should be an exhilarating and joyful experience, but the reality is that birth injuries do occur. In some cases, the signs and symptoms of a birth injury appear right away, but that is not always the case. Here, we want to discuss some of the signs that your child...
Can a Car Accident Cause Amnesia?
Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on March 9, 2022
Vehicle accidents can lead to a range of injuries, including those that affect the brain. Any type of car accident could potentially lead to a person sustaining a bump or blow to the head, and this can affect the brain in a variety of ways. Memory loss is always a possibility after a person...
Can a Car Accident Cause a Degenerative Disc?
Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on March 2, 2022
The discs that sit in between the vertebrae in our spines play a crucial role. These discs are filled with a jelly-like substance that acts as a cushion between the vertebrae and keeps the bones from grinding against one another. Unfortunately, degenerative disc disease is not uncommon, although this is typically age-related or due...
Do Pedestrians Always Have The Right Of Way?
Posted in Pedestrian Accident on February 9, 2022
Pedestrians are considered vulnerable roadway users in and around the Seattle area. They are vulnerable because it is likely they will sustain severe injuries in the event a collision with a vehicle occurs. In most situations, vehicle drivers are required to yield the right of way to pedestrians on or around the roadway. However,...
Where do Most Pedestrian Accidents Occur?
Posted in Pedestrian Accident on February 1, 2022
Pedestrian accidents often result in severe injuries for those involved. The good news is that pedestrian accidents are preventable, so long as drivers and pedestrians take the steps necessary to watch out for one another. However, you need to know where most pedestrian accidents occur so that you can take the steps needed to...
How To Report a Dog Bite in Washington State
Posted in Dog Bites on January 20, 2022
Dogs can inflict severe injuries when they bite an individual. Any person who sustains a dog bite injury should be able to recover compensation from the dog’s owner based on Washington’s strict liability dog bite law. However, it is crucial for individuals to report these injuries so that they can recover full compensation for...
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Dog Bites?
Posted in Dog Bites on January 6, 2022
If you or somebody you care about has sustained a bite injury caused by another person’s dog in the Seattle area, you may be able to recover compensation for your losses. In Washington, there is a strict liability dog bite law in place. This means that a dog owner will be held liable for...