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Alcohol suspected in fatal car crash on I-5

Sorting out liability for any traffic accident can be a laborious job. When several vehicles are involved and several people are injured, the task becomes even more complex and burdensome. A recent accident on Interstate Highway 5 near the King-Pierce County line shows how complex an accident investigation can become.

How do helmet laws affect motorcycle accident lawsuits?

In Washington, motorcyclists generally must wear a helmet when riding. This is in the best interests of riders, as wearing a helmet can protect a person from suffering a head injury if the person is involved in a motorcycle accident. In fact, a motorcyclist who doesn't wear a helmet is three times more apt to suffer a brain injury in a motorcycle crash than those who do wear a helmet. Simply put, helmets save lives.

Pursue justice and a fair outcome following a motorcycle accident

We may be in the dog days of summer, but that doesn't stop many bikers in Washington from hitting the road on their motorcycles. Whether it is a scenic drive or simply a means to get from point A to point B, motorists in Seattle need to make sure they are aware of motorcyclists in their vicinity. If they don't and strike a motorcyclist, the motorcyclist could be seriously injured or even killed.

Motorists in Washington must stop for pedestrians at crosswalks

When temperatures are pleasant, it is not unusual for people in Seattle to take a walk. Moreover, before too long school will start again, with more children taking to the sidewalks as they walk to school. When pedestrians are on a walk, they often must cross the street to get to where they're going. However, this puts them at risk for being involved in an auto-pedestrian accident.

How does distracted driving play a role in fatal accidents?

When a person in Seattle is in a car accident these days, they may automatically assume the other driver was using their cellphone when the crash occurred. And, this reasoning is sometimes true. In 2016, 3,450 people lost their lives in a fatal accident in which distracted driving was a factor. In fact, the number of distracted driving fatalities has been trending upwards since 2013. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that, across the nation, around nine people lose their lives each day in collisions involving a distracted driver.

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