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What are your options if you get hit by an uninsured driver in Washington?

Injured crash victims often aren't sure what to do after a bad car accident caused by someone else. They might expect to have medical treatment covered for common injuries such as whiplash, broken bones, knee damage, back injuries, internal bleeding, and traumatic brain injuries—some of which may require physical therapy, surgery, and other medical procedures....

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Is impaired driving an issue in weed-legal states?

Washington is one of 17 states where recreational marijuana is legal (not including the District of Columbia and Guam), and as more and more states consider lifting the ban on recreational cannabis use, a growing number of motorists are wondering how safe it is to drive after using it. The dangers of drunk driving have...

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Clark County facing surge of distracted drivers

Cities and states across the country have long been dealing with the nationwide epidemic of distracted driving, but a recent surge of distracted drivers has prompted Washington state's Traffic Safety Commission to beef up enforcement patrols in Clark County this month - which also happens to be "Distracted Driving Awareness Month." Washington law enforcement agencies...

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How to investigate a trucking company after a crash

For a variety of reasons, accidents that involve commercial trucks can make for some of the most complicated personal injury cases. Frequently there are multiple vehicles involved. There may be as many as a dozen different defendants. Injuries tend to be serious or even fatal. Trucking companies tend to carry large insurance policies (frequently anywhere...

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What are the risks of driving at night?

Winter is the darkest time of the year. In urban areas such as Vancouver, drivers are often at risk of hitting pedestrians and bicyclists at night. The driving risk becomes even greater in rural areas, which make up the vast majority of Washington. Poor visibility, fatigue, and unfavorable weather conditions often play a role in...

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