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Top Causes of Car Crashes in Seattle

By | Personal Injury

According to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), there were 14,508 car crashes reported in Seattle in 2015 — the most recent year for which comprehensive data has been made available. Collectively, these motor vehicle collisions resulted in nearly 5,000 injuries. Tragically, there were also 22 fatal accidents reported…

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Washington Workers’ Compensation: Understanding Occupational Disease Claims

By | Workers Comp

Every employee in Washington deserves safe and fair working conditions. Unfortunately, far too many Washington workers suffer disabling injuries or medical conditions related to their employment. Through workers’ compensation, injured workers are entitled to financial benefits, including medical treatment and time loss benefits. Under Washington state law, workers’ compensation claims…

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Tips for Settling Your Car Accident Injury Claim

By | Personal Injury

If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident, it is normal to feel frustrated, confused, and overwhelmed. While car accidents remain far too common — the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) reports that approximately 50,000 people are injured in crashes in our state each year — the claims…

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You May Not Need An Attorney

By | Personal Injury, Workers Comp

Were you injured in an accident in Washington? If so, it is crucial that your legal rights and financial interests are fully protected. If you were hurt on the job, you may want to seek guidance from an experienced workers’ compensation attorney in Seattle. If you were hurt in another…

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Happy Birthday – 100 Years – Charlie Warner

By | Misc.

On August 18th, 2018, Charlie Warner, one of the earliest partners of The Walthew Law Firm, will turn 100 years old. Charlie has lived a long and accomplished life: he fought to protect our freedoms in World War II and he spent decades fighting for the rights of injured workers…

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Know and protect your rights

By | Workers Comp

No matter what it takes, don’t let an unfavorable legal order from the Department of Labor & Industries or Self-Insured Employer become final and binding. We have heard from too many injured workers who let their claim close before they talk to an attorney to discuss their rights. If you…

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