Let’s all do our part

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    We talk about distracted driving over and over again, but it’s a subject that needs repeating.  Because driving safely is difficult enough, and there are crashes every day that happen even when a driver is paying attention to the road and possible hazards. Accidents happen when you are doing everything right, but add even one distraction, and your chances of […]

    Eight steps interact with dogs safely

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    When you see a dog in public, the first instinct of many is to want to pet the animal. Here are eight steps to follow to ensure you do it safely: Don’t approach the dog. Even the friendliest of pets prefers not to be “targeted” by strangers. Ignore the dog at first. Get permission from the pet’s owner before approaching […]

    What NOT to do following an accident: Leaving the Scene

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    Say you are involved in a car accident, but a pretty small one.  No one seems to be injured, and each vehicle has only minor-appearing damage.  You’re safe to leave, right? Actually you’re not.  Whether the accident seems serious or not, you ALWAYS have to stop, check on the other person involved,  exchange insurance information and report it to law enforcement. […]

    Distracted Driving

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    So many accidents are the result of driving while distracted usually talking on the phone or Texting and Driving.  The video below is from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission where they show drivers clearly being distracted while driving.  Have you ever been like any of these drivers?

    Washington Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

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    We’re all pedestrians at one time or another. And we all share the roadways in our communities, right? And automobiles usually collide with other cars, right? But in a crash involving a big metal machine (the car) and a human being, the pedestrian is almost always the loser. You might be a regular walker, runner, hiker or jogger – even […]