What Happens If I’m A Victim Of A Hit And Run In Washington? Hit and run drivers can cause property damage, injury, or even death before they flee the scene of an accident. If you’re the victim of a hit and run in Washington State,… Read On

If you were recently involved in a car accident and sustained serious injuries, you are likely considering your options for seeking financial compensation. For most people who get hurt in motor vehicle collisions, the first course of action for obtaining financial compensation involves filing an… Read On

When most drivers in Washington State think about laws prohibiting driving under the influence (DUI), they think about accidents and injuries resulting from drunk driving or drugged driving. While driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs certainly can cause a car accident, it is… Read On

If you were recently involved in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence and filed an insurance claim, or if you were involved in an accident and another party filed a claim while alleging that you are at fault, you may have heard the… Read On

A serious distracted driver accident can happen almost anywhere in Yakima, Washington, from a high-speed collision in I-82 to a low-speed crash in a parking lot. Distracted driving has always been a problem, but it has become more significant as drivers rely on smartphones for… Read On

Being involved in a car accident as a driver, passenger, or pedestrian can be a painful and confusing experience. But those feelings can be compounded and the situation can become even more complex when the driver at fault flees the scene of the accident. Hit… Read On

18 wheeler car accidents are some of the worst that we see on Washington’s roads. These large vehicles often weigh many times what a smaller, lighter passenger sedan weighs. Because of their size and weight, 18 wheelers can devastate a vehicle, leading to horrific injuries… Read On