When a loved one suffers debilitating or fatal injuries in an accident, it can devastate the victim’s family. In addition to financial devastation, family members’ lives are changed forever from the loss of the relationship they previously enjoyed with the victim. If someone else’s wrongful… Read On

Washington is not a no-fault insurance state. When no-fault insurance was first implemented, several states thought it would streamline the process of dealing with automobile accidents. Today, only 12 of those states remain, with many considering going back to a tort system. Washington operates under… Read On

Accidents involving parked cars are a little different than accidents in which a vehicle is moving. For one thing, you probably did not suffer physical injuries, unless you were in the parked vehicle at the time of the collision. Also, you probably do not know… Read On

Car accidents often lead to acceleration or deceleration injuries. The abrupt changes in the car’s speed can cause blunt impact of your body against parts of the car. Often, these accidents do not give drivers or passengers enough time to react, and motorists attempts to… Read On

If you’ve sustained serious injuries in a car accident, then you likely have a lot at stake. In that case, you’re in for a battle. Who are your opponents? The at-fault driver and their insurance company will make up the opposing team. You and your… Read On

While lane-change accidents and rear-end accidents are usually quite simple to unpack, T-bone accidents are a different story entirely. On top of that, the injuries that result from these accidents are many degrees more severe. Generally speaking, these accidents occur when one driver attempts to… Read On