Auto owners are required by law to have insurance on their vehicles. However, some drivers in Washington still choose to go without insurance, not wanting to pay the premiums. How many people make this choice?
Avalanche danger is an ever-present reality in the state of Washington during the winter. It affects our road safety and can cause car accidents and other road hazards. You need to be informed in order not to make a dangerous situation even worse. Sometimes, though, no matter what you do, another careless driver can cause you to have a car accident in this type of weather.
Traveling the roads of Washington is risky, especially in bad weather. Add a tired truck driver to the mix, and it can be serious or deadly. Truck drivers are often encouraged to drive longer than they are physically able to, and they may even drive distracted because of using cellphones while maneuvering in and out of traffic.
Suffering an injury or illness due to medical malpractice is terrible. The state of Washington takes the well-being of its citizens very seriously. As a matter of fact, Washington Statutes address this extensively. RCW 7.70 governs any action for damages based on an injury resulting from health care.
When you are involved in a car accident in the state of Washington, being in a smaller car can definitely make a difference in your survivability. It raises the question of the impact that smaller cars have had on the accident numbers within Washington state.
Being injured in a car accident is no laughing matter. It can bring pain and suffering, loss of wages due to recovery time and huge medical bills if injuries are severe. When a bicycle is involved in a car accident, the odds of walking away without an injury are not good. Being aware of your surroundings whether you are on a bicycle or in a vehicle is important.
In Spokane County, Washington, a man was allegedly thrown out of moving logging truck in an accident that occurred on State Route 290 and involved another vehicle.
A bus travelling on Interstate 405 in Olympia, Washington, hit an SUV and killed two people. The driver of the bus failed to stop at a red light and caused the fatal car accident. The accident occurred when the driver of an SUV began to accelerate on 128th Street on a green light, reaching a speed of 23 miles per hour, just prior to being hit by the bus.
Birth injuries and complications can result in heartache and expensive treatments for the rest of a person's life. When a birth injury is caused by a doctor's or hospital's negligence, victims can take legal action against those responsible.