No one but a classic car was hurt in a Tacoma crash early Tuesday morning. A Pontiac was speeding when a deputy in the Pierce County Sheriff’s office attempted to stop him. The driver fled, and he was pursued to South 96th Street and South J Street. It was there that the Pontiac crashed into […]
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Since 2009, the Seattle Police Department has issued a little more than half the jaywalking tickets they had previously—and not because Seattleites are obeying laws more strictly. A recent report has shown that there is a direct correlation between low level offenses such as jaywalking and excessive force. Oftentimes these incidents would escalate quickly, and […]
Last week a truck driver was injured after crashing into a tree. The truck, which was carrying 25 tons of asphalt, was headed down a steep road in North Tacoma when the brakes went out. Rodney Santos, the driver, successfully navigated the truck away from nearby workers and in between another dump truck and a […]
A report of a crash Friday morning sent state troopers to Everson. The collision, which happened around 8 AM, occurred at the intersection of Pole Road and Noon Road. A dump truck had collided with a vehicle in a violent crash, but further details about the crash were not immediately available. Troopers did find that […]
Marymount Manhattan College is being sued for age discrimination by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In searching for a new assistant professor in the dance composition department, the pool was narrowed to three candidates with one 64-year-old instructor in the lead. The committee then expanded the pool to include another, less qualified candidate who was […]
The Seattle area has experienced two terrible pedestrian accidents this week—one involving an 18-month-old child, and the other with fatal results. The first happened Sunday at 43rd Avenue South. A Dodge van was backing out of an apartment complex. A toddler girl darted out from behind a parked car and was hit by the van. […]
As a Seattle employment attorney, I know that the job market is tough in recent years, which makes facing discrimination on the job that much more difficult. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed a lawsuit against Office Max after an employee who had been fired, and then rehired, after complaining about race discrimination […]
As a Seattle distracted driving accident attorney, I always hope that people are paying attention to their driving, and in safe condition to drive. Early this morning, a man in his 20’s crashed his car through a fence and into the swimming pool at another family’s home in Vancouver according to FOX 12 Oregon News. The […]
The 520 bridge, which most people already know became the first toll road in Washington this year, has seen a major decrease in traffic since the tolls went into force. Of course, as a result, traffic on alternate routes across or around Lake Washington has increased. As a Seattle auto collision attorney, I have seen […]
As a Seattle DUI accident attorney, I know that most people are aware of the dangers of drinking and driving. However, with Washington being one of a number of states that has passed a law allowing the medical use of marijuana, and with voters deciding on a possible law regarding recreational marijuana, the issue of […]