BICYCLE ACCIDENTS

Bicycles are more popular than ever as a form of transportation and exercise. But when drivers don’t see bicycles on the road, the resulting accident can be deadly. Regardless of who caused an accident between a bicycle and a car, cyclists are much more likely to die or sustain serious head injuries, multiple broken bones, […]

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BIRTH INJURIES

A birth injury is an injury to a baby or mother during the birthing process. These injuries can be severe, causing mental or physical disabilities to a child who might otherwise have been completely healthy. When medical professionals’ bad decisions cause birth injuries, they are a form of medical malpractice. But because they affect newborn […]

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CAR ACCIDENTS – STEPS TO TAKE, MISTAKES TO AVOID

In a country with millions of miles of roads and approximately 253 million cars, car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life. In the US alone, over 37,000 people die in road crashes every year. And nearly 2 and a half million Americans are injured or disabled in car accidents annually. The effects of road crashes are often long-term and far-reaching.

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DRUNK AND IMPAIRED DRIVING – PROMOTING POSITIVE PEER PRESSURE AS A MEANS OF PREVENTION

Every year, over 10,000 people die in drunk driving accidents in the United States. That’s an average of about 1 person per hour. And hundreds of thousands of others are injured in alcohol-related car accidents. Annually, the monetary cost of DWI car crashes rings up to a staggering $37 billion. Similar, other controlled substances, such as illegal drugs, are a factor in almost 18% of car drivers deaths.

We have come a long way since the first drunk driving laws were established as early as 1907. But clearly, drunk and impaired driving is still a major issue affecting our country today and it requires discussion.

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MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

Automobile accidents can have a devastating effect on victims and their families. At their most serious, crashes can leave their victims with catastrophic injuries, lifelong disabilities or even a wrongful death. For many families, the situation is made worse by financial pressure. Victims can be taken out of work for weeks, months or even for […]

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MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS

Unfortunately, it’s true that motorcycle accidents are deadly. Federal statistics show that motorcyclists are 35 times more likely than drivers to die in a crash. However, statistics also show that most motorcycle crashes involving another vehicle are the other drivers fault, mainly because other drivers fail to see motorcycles until it’s too late. The results […]

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PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS

All drivers have a legal obligation to watch for pedestrians and yield them the right of way. When they don’t, the results can be devastating, pitting an unprotected human body against a speeding two-ton metal object. Most pedestrian accident cases are caused by inattention, impatience or law-breaking by drivers. But when it comes time to […]

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PERSONAL INJURY LAW

A personal injury is any injury that was caused by someone else’s wrongful actions. Those wrongful actions can be crimes, but more often, they are actions caused by negligence, a legal term for failure to take reasonable actions to protect others from foreseeable harm. For example, a driver who causes an accident by playing with […]

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PREMISES LIABILITY

Under state law, everyone in charge of a property open to the public has a legal duty to remove hazards on that property. If they cannot, they must post warnings to passers-by within a reasonable amount of time. That’s true in private homes with guests as well as in stores, restaurants and other businesses. In […]

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SPINAL CORD INJURY

An injury to the spinal cord is a catastrophic injury because it typically causes at least some permanent, irreversible disability. The tissue of the spinal cord controls important physical and nerve functions. And like brain tissue, spinal cord tissue can never grow back. Victims of spinal cord injuries may be left paralyzed or lose important […]

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SPORTS INJURY

Sports are supposed to be healthy and fun, but a sports-related injury can be life-threatening. Injuries from rough sports or falls can leave the players with brain injuries, paralysis and other life-changing disabilities. All sports involve at least some risk, but when the danger is unreasonable and easily corrected, those in charge have a legal […]

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TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES – THE IMPORTANCE OF TAKING ALL BLOWS TO THE HEAD SERIOUSLY

TBIs can result from sports injuries, vehicle accidents, explosions in active military zones, falls, and much more. Traumatic brain injuries can affect people in the same way that other types of injuries can: victims are often unable to work and face mounting medical bills. However, because the brain is such a complex organ that doctors still have a limited understanding of, traumatic brain injuries are a very complex topic.

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TRUCK ACCIDENTS – WHO CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE?

Many people are probably familiar with the highly publicized big truck crash involving Tracy Morgan, an actor & comedian famous for his roles on SNL and 30 Rock. On June 7th, a Walmart truck crashed into a limo carrying Morgan and several friends. Morgan and several of the passengers were critically injured and one of the men in the car was killed. After the crash, concerns about semi-truck accidents have come to the forefront of public debate.

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Anderson Cooper 360 – Chris Davis on Traumatic Brain Injury of Hollywood Celebrity

On March 20,2009 producers from CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 contacted Davis Law Group founder Chris Davis to ask his opinion on the circumstances surrounding the death of movie and Broadway actress Natasha Richardson. Richardson died on March 18th after a traumatic brain injury during a skiing accident at a Canadian ski resort. Davis Law Group, […]

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Insurance Companies Are Delaying, Denying, or Defending Against Claims

KING5 – Upfront with Robert Mac – Chris Davis interviewed to discuss the insurance industry’s efforts to reduce the amount they pay out to customers. http://www.InjuryTrialLawyer.com Davis Law Group, P.S. 2101 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1030 Seattle, WA 98121 206-727-4000 Connect with us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seattleperso… Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavisLawGroup Connect with us on LinkedIn: […]

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Pedestrian Struck By UPS Truck

April 11, 2014 – KOMO News coverage of a woman struck in a crosswalk by a hit-and-run UPS truck. http://www.injurytriallawyer.com/blog… Connect with us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seattleperso… Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavisLawGroup Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christoph… Follow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DavisLawGrou… Check out some reviews on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/seattle-perso…

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Dangerous Dog Hearing For Double Pit Bull Attack KOMO TV

10-7-15 – KOMO TV report on the dangerous dog hearing in Tacoma to determine the fate of the two pit bulls that seriously attacked Dona Berto outside a smoke shop. Seattle dog bite attorney Chris Davis is representing Ms. Berto in her civil claim against the dog owners. http://www.injurytriallawyer.com/prac… Davis Law Group, P.S. 2101 Fourth […]

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How Safe Are Washington State Roads & Bridges One Year After The Skagit River Collapse

KIRO7 – 5-23-14 – Has the state of Washington Department of Transportation done anything over the course of the last year to improve the safety of roads and bridges in our state? Can another serious bridge collapse be prevented? What about other types of motor vehicle accidents? Attorney Chris Davis, who represents the injured victims […]

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Fatal Bicycle Accident In Kirkland

KOMO4 – 8/3/11 – A Kirkland family is mourning the loss of their brother, who was struck and killed while riding his bicycle on Juanita drive a little more than a week ago. John Przychodzen’s cycling friends nicknamed him ‘Uncle Safety’ because he was such a cautious biker. But all the care that he took […]

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Sound Transit Bus Driver Who Killed Two People Will Not Face Criminal Charges

Story Title: No charges against bus driver who ran red light, killed 2 Media Outlet: KOMO4 News Date: December 30, 2014 Reporter: John Humbert Attorney for the family: Chris Davis Davis Law Group, P.S. 2101 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1030 Seattle, WA 98121 http://www.injurytriallawyer.com/prac… Connect with us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seattleperso… Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavisLawGroup Connect […]

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