How to File a Truck Accident Claim
Posted in Truck Accident on December 9, 2021
If you or somebody you love sustains an injury caused by the negligence of a truck driver or trucking carrier, you should be able to recover compensation for your losses. However, filing a truck accident claim in Seattle or the surrounding areas can be confusing. Here, our local team of Seattle truck accident lawyers...
Common Truck Accident Injuries
Posted in Truck Accident on December 2, 2021
Accidents involving larger trucks often result in severe injuries for those inside smaller passenger vehicles. The sheer size and weight of these larger trucks compound the overall severity of the crash. Here, our truck accident attorneys want to describe some of the most common injuries involved in truck accident claims throughout the Seattle area....
What to do After You Have Been Involved in a Car Accident
Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on November 2, 2021
If you have been involved in a vehicle accident, then you certainly understand that there are steps that have to be taken to help you recover full compensation for your injuries and property damage. Insurance carriers and at-fault parties will fight back from having to pay out any type of compensation for your losses....
How to Collect Evidence for a Personal Injury Case
Posted in Injuries on November 1, 2021
After sustaining an injury caused by the careless or negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity, you should be able to recover compensation for your losses. However, recovering compensation can be challenging, particularly if liability is questioned. The best way to prove what happened in a personal injury case is to gather as...
What is Considered Property Damage in a Car Accident?
Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on October 8, 2021
If you or somebody you care about is involved in a vehicle accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of another individual, it is very likely that you will sustain some sort of property damage. Here, we want to discuss the main types of property damage associated with vehicle accidents in Washington State....
Types of Brain Injuries From Car Accidents
Posted in Distracted Driving on October 6, 2021
Brain injuries often result in long-lasting disabilities for individuals. Unfortunately, vehicle accidents are a leading cause of brain injuries in Seattle and throughout the United States. Here, we want to delve into the various types of brain injuries regularly caused by vehicle accidents. No two brain injuries are exactly alike. The signs and symptoms...
Why do doctors misdiagnose diabetes?
Posted in Firm News, Medical Malpractice on July 27, 2021
Feeling symptoms such as increased thirst, blurred vision and frequent urination, you sought medical care. However, the doctor mistook diabetes for another condition, delaying you from receiving the medical treatment you needed. Unfortunately, misdiagnosis of diabetes occurs all too often. According to a study published in the Clinical Diabetes journal, physicians misdiagnosed type 1...
Can using a rideshare service keep you safer on the road?
Posted in Blog, Firm News, Motor Vehicle Accidents on July 13, 2021
Rideshare services are increasingly popular, especially in cities. They allow you to pay a fee to get a ride. These services have been around long enough now to assess how they impact the safety on the roads. The Insurance Journal explains a study now shows rideshare services help to decrease DUI incidents and other...
Understanding the dangers of highway hypnosis
Posted in Distracted Driving, Firm News on July 5, 2021
If you ever arrived at your destination and cannot remember driving there or snapped out of a daze and realized that you drove past your exit, you may have experienced highway hypnosis. Besides being disorienting, highway hypnosis is dangerous and can lead to serious car accidents. Causes Driving along a monotonous road, a well-known...
Lawmakers believe vehicles should keep an eye on their drivers
Posted in Distracted Driving, Firm News on June 23, 2021
Some vehicle features intended to make driving safer — lane keeping assist, automatic braking and adaptive cruise control, to name a few — actually make it more likely that a driver will succumb to distractions. These systems and others provide control that can seem as if the vehicle is driving itself. As Consumer Reports...