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Two Separate Metro Bus Accidents in One Day | Seattle Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

As a Seattle pedestrian accident lawyer, I am devastated whenever I hear about a fatal public transportation accident. According to KOMO News, two separate Metro bus accidents occurred yesterday involving two pedestrians. The first collision happened at 8:30 a.m. as a pedestrian attempted to cross 3rd Ave. near Pine. The woman in this dangerous accident […]

Pedestrian Killed by Suspected Drunk Driver in Everett | Seattle Auto Accident Attorney

On Monday night, two pedestrians were struck and one was killed on US 2 by a suspected drunk driver. The 24-year-old driver drove over a raised median, around metal pylons and onto the walkway. The car reached the woman first, and while she was merely bumped by the car’s side mirror the man was hit […]

Car Causes Head Injury to Pedestrian | Seattle Pedestrian Accident Attorney

As a Seattle pedestrian accident attorney, I encourage all pedestrians to follow the rules of the road and use crosswalks and designated areas to ensure your safety and the safety of others. Pedestrians also need to be aware of other vehicles on the road and proceed with caution even if you are using the crosswalks […]

70-Year-Old Pedestrian Hit by Car | Seattle Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

Pedestrian collisions can be incredibly devastating, considering people on the street have almost no protection against automobiles. There were nearly 4,400 fatal pedestrian collisions in 2008, which means that the rate of pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 Americans was 1.54. There is some room for optimism, however, as pedestrian fatalities have been steadily decreasing over the […]