Top 10 Ways to Prevent Coronavirus – Seattle, WA

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    Face masks. Hand sanitizer. Gloves. These are all novelty items that local pharmacies and nearby hospitals are running out of in the greater Seattle area. Which begs the question, can you prevent coronavirus from infecting you and your family at this point? The answer is yes. Public health experts across the globe are reminding citizens to stay calm and follow […]

    Policy Coverage in the Winter – Seattle Car Accident Lawyers

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    Here at The Advocates, we understand the dangers of driving in the snow all too well. Some roadways are slicker than others. Some drivers are more reckless than others. It’s difficult to say, though, what the worst part of winter driving is, except that without auto coverage, you could be paying thousands of dollars in vehicle damage and medical expenses […]

    Driver Suspected of Causing Aurora Crash on Purpose

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    Young Driver Admits Having Eyes Closed, Causing Aurora Crash Last Friday was a traffic nightmare for most drivers in Seattle. But one fatal incident near the Aurora Bridge has left officers stunned.  A young woman is being suspected of having caused the Aurora crash on purpose. A police officer told news reporters that the driver was allegedly high on methamphetamine, […]

    Dump Truck Crashes into Seattle Subway Restaurant

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    Truck Loses Control and Injures 4 People in Pioneer Square Five people were injured Monday, August 19 when a large dump truck violently crashed into a Seattle Subway restaurant. The crash occurred around 9:30 a.m. in the Pioneer Square neighborhood. According to the Seattle Police Department, the truck had a “catastrophic mechanical failure” and completely lost control of the brakes. […]

    Trafficpocalypse Snarls Friday Commute in Seattle

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    Friday morning’s rainy commute into Seattle was certainly one for the record books. Multiple automobile-related incidents left traffic snarled for hours and hours as police and WSDOT employees did their best to ease wait times into the city. The first reported incident involved a dramatic police chase along Interstate 90. At 2:30 a.m. a woman commandeered a Kent police cruiser […]