The other day, as I was driving home from work I had an encounter I want to share with you. I was driving on Interstate 5 in the left lane, but I was approaching my exit, so I engaged my turn signal and began to merge to the middle lane. Shortly after I started changing lanes, a guy from the right lane also began to merge into the center lane. He was gonna hit me, so I laid on my horn and slowed down. He continued to merge in front of me, and once he was ahead of me in the center lane, he stuck his hand out the window and flipped me off.
On Sunday, August 16, the Law Offices of Matthew Dubin joined a team of chiropractors, massage therapists, yoga instructors, personal trainers and other fitness professionals at the "Around the Block" Fit and Wellness Expo hosted by Blue Stiley of Shadow Fitness.
I often speak about what not to do after an accident, but there are certain things you definitely SHOULD do after a car accident in the State of Washington to protect your claim, and to make sure you get the proper treatment for any possible injuries.
Seattle residents may be interested to learn of a tragic accident that recently occurred in Lake Stevens. According to reports, a 49-year-old man who was driving west on Highway 204 apparently pulled his car to the side of the road when he spotted another car that had broken down which had been traveling eastbound on the same highway.
Here in Seattle, many residents have seen white memorial bicycles placed at the scene of fatal bicycle accidents. Residents may not be aware that these memorials, called Ghost Bikes, are showing up all over the world.