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Renton Car Accident - Client Testimonial

In March 2012, Ben Crocker was driving his car on Highway 167 near Renton, when he was rear-ended by another vehicle at high speed. When the other driver's insurance started giving him the runaround, Ben knew he needed help. He found the Law Offices of Matthew Dubin, and we took care of everything, ultimately getting him a great recovery.

Teenager killed by car in Seattle

There are many ways that Seattle drivers can be negligent. While most people may think of distracted driving, or driving under the influence when they think of negligent drivers, there are many other common negligent behaviors. These include driving too fast for the conditions, failure to obey traffic rules, failure to yield to the right of way of another vehicle or person and negligent maintenance. In any of these cases, a Washington driver can easily cause a car accident and injure other people.

Washington couple involved in fatal bus accident

A Washington couple is lucky to be alive following a serious and deadly bus accident. According to reports, the couple was driving home from a weekend away when a FedEx truck drove across the highway's median and hit the couple's car. The truck then continued on and slammed into a coach bus carrying high school students.

Motorcyclist dies in King County accident

As winter temperatures finally give way to spring, more motorcycles are likely to be seen on Washington roadways. As people enjoy beautiful weather, the freedom of a motorcycle and cheaper transportation, they also put themselves at risk of a motorcycle accident.

Several multi-vehicle car accidents lead to injuries

Most people understand that operating a car requires significant effort on part of the driver. While the controls may be easy, people need to stay alert and focused on the road in order to avoid dangerous collisions. This is particularly true in difficult weather conditions and at night. If people are distracted -

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