Bicycle Safety Tips

As Summer approaches, many Washingtonians are getting back on their bicycles for exercise or even their daily commute. The Washington Traffic Safety Commission reports that bicyclist fatalities and serious injuries […]

What to Do After a Dog Bite

WA Dog Bite Law In Washington, a dog owner is responsible for damages caused by their dog biting a victim (RCW 16.08.040). This is true regardless of whether the victim […]

Driving Safely Around Motorcycles

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, so we’re highlighting important topics relating to motorcycle laws and motorcycle safety. According to the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC), motorcycles represent nearly […]

Washington State Motorcycle Laws

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, so we’re highlighting important topics relating to motorcycle laws and motorcycle safety. As a motorcycle owner, rider, or passenger, there are certain Washington State […]

Mental Health in Personal Injury Cases

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month this May, we want to share some important information on how mental health intersects with personal injury law. Serious physical injuries often go […]

Non-Economic Damages and Pain and Suffering

In a personal injury case, compensation can be broken down into two main categories: economic damages and non-economic damages. What are economic damages? What are non-economic damages? Economic damages are […]