COVID-19 and Injury Claims: All You Need to Know

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    Nearly 7.5 million people have been impacted by COVID-19 throughout the U.S. Of those people, more than 200,000 Americans have died due to the novel coronavirus. As society continues to adjust to the new social norms of the pandemic, not all companies and schools around the country are making public places as safe as they should be. Some business owners […]

    Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride  

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    2020 Torch Run July 12 – Aug 2: Recap On July 12, motorcyclists from across the country began their 11th Annual Memorial Torch Run to honor and pay tribute to America’s fallen service members. Organized and led by the Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Northwest, this dedicated group of riders left Eugene, Oregon on a 22-day voyage to Arlington National Cemetery […]

    Charges Pending For Driver Who Hit Seattle Protestors

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    On July 4, two Seattle protestors who were marching for the Black Lives Matter movement were struck by a vehicle that drove onto a closed portion of I-5. One of the two young women who were struck on the highway died Saturday evening, while the second woman remains in serious condition. Summer Taylor, 24, of Seattle, was a veterinary clinic […]

    Seattle Permanently Closes 20 Miles of Residential Streets

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    Seattle residents have been given 20 miles of space to freely exercise and bike without the dangers of thru-traffic.  Mayor Jenny Durkin announced that these roadways will be permanently closed to vehicles, except to local drivers, even after the stay-at-home order is lifted by Governor Inslee. The Stay Healthy Streets initiative first began in April as a temporary measure to […]

    Top 10 Ways to Prevent Coronavirus (Covid 19) Washington

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    Face masks. Hand sanitizer. Gloves. These are all novelty items that stores and nearby hospitals have frequently run out of in the greater Seattle area. Which begs the question, can we still protect ourselves from the coronavirus (Covid 19) in Washington? The answer is yes. Public health experts across the globe are reminding citizens to stay calm and follow the […]