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

Truck accidents can cause devastating injuries, especially to motorists in smaller, lighter passenger vehicles. Helpfully, Washington law allows victims to seek compensation in a settlement, which should cover the victim’s economic and non-economic losses. As leading Yakima truck accident lawyers, we routinely field calls from… Read On

Personal injury law exists to make sure injured victims receive compensation for their financial and other losses. For example, if a motorist is struck in an intersection in a car accident and broke several bones, the driver who is responsible for the injury should pay… Read On

Washington Wrongful Death Lawsuits For immediate help from a wrongful death lawyer, please contact us today. Washington law allows survivors to sue when another person’s wrongful act, neglect, or default causes a loved one’s death. However, these cases are complicated, and grieving family members would… Read On

For immediate help from an experienced personal injury attorney, please reach out today. Trauma causes many car accidents. It’s the blunt impact of your body against parts of your car. But other injuries are attributable to abrupt changes in the car’s speed. Often, these accidents… Read On

Discussing Fault in Merging Accidents Merging with traffic is rife with problems. If the vehicle trying to merge is too aggressive, they can slam into another car on the highway. Alternately, if a car on the highway does not allow a vehicle to merge, they… Read On

There are a number of factors that go into determining fault in an auto accident. Most importantly, however, is understanding the circumstances under which a lawsuit can be brought against another party. Since Washington is a tort state when it comes auto insurance claims, determining… Read On

There’s an urban legend that goes something like: if one driver rear-ends another driver, they are automatically at fault. That may be true in some states, but Washington operates on a pure comparative fault rule. That means that each driver is assigned some portion of… Read On