Are you sure it’s safe to bring your kids to a theme park?
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on June 3, 2019
What fun activities do you have planned for your family this summer? As with many parents, you probably have countless ideas for ways you can keep your kids busy during summer vacation.For example, family trips to a theme park can be an incredible adventure, although there are many risks involved. But in addition to...
Accident motivates father to call for helmet laws
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on May 28, 2019
For many of us, there is a point in our young lives when wearing a helmet while bicycling, skateboarding or rollerblading becomes “uncool” according to our peers. Or, even as we age, we might feel more confident in our abilities and decide we can forgo the helmet.There is no way to tell precisely why...
You bounced your infants, but is bouncing safe as your kids grow?
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on May 16, 2019
If your children ever played in a bounce house, they probably had a great time. Due to their previous fun, you may consider renting an inflatable for their next birthday party or your family reunion. Large inflatable toys can be an excellent way to entertain children. However, you may want to consider the types...
Are E-Scooters Safe?
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on May 14, 2019
With companies like Uber, Lyft and Airbnb going public this year, you would likely agree that the sharing economy is in full swing. But these aren’t the only services designed to provide momentary convenience without the related costs of ownership. Companies like Bird and Lime provide electric scooters in some of the largest cities...
Negligence possibly the cause of Seattle crane disaster
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on May 3, 2019
Ever since Saturday afternoon, people across the state and the country have been speculating what led up to the devastating crane collapse in Seattle. King5 News in Seattle reports that the Washington Department of Labor and Industries wrapped up its inspection of the scene, but the investigation is not over yet. The investigation may...
Is it unsafe to make coffee at home?
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on May 2, 2019
Coffee and Seattle are two words that seem synonymous to many people in the Pacific Northwest. Many days, you probably get out of bed and make your coffee before going to meet your friend or business partner at Starbucks. Hitting the 405 without caffeinating first is virtually unconscionable. But did you know that when...
Compensation Available After a Car Accident
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on April 19, 2019
Accidents happen so fast that there is barely time to react. In seconds, a reckless driver can leave someone severely injured. If you have been injured, contact our Seattle car accident lawyers today for a free case evaluation. There is no doubt that an injury can throw life out of balance. That is why...
No more mesh products
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on April 18, 2019
Many women throughout Washington and the United States suffer pelvic organ prolapse (POP), or the weakening of pelvic organs. For years, the most common method of treating POP was a surgical implant of mesh.These methods may have to change. The Food and Drug Administration has warned manufacturers and patients alike about mesh products for...
Defining Premises Liability
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on April 17, 2019
Anyone who owns a plot of property, from a landlord to a store owner, is responsible for the conditions of that property. This duty of care requires landowners to maintain their property and keep conditions safe for visitors. The duty of care is also the reason that property owners could be liable if someone...
6 Signs of an Aggressive Dog
Posted in Firm News, Injuries on April 9, 2019
Now that spring is here, more and more Seattle residents are hitting the streets and enjoying outdoor activities such as walking, running, biking, and for children – playing outside. Now is a good time for a reminder about the potential for dog bites. Although dog attacks are rare, they can be extremely dangerous. A...