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Washington Bill Provides Help for Ill Hanford Workers

By | Workers Comp

On March 7th, 2018, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed HB 1723 into law. This bill significantly broadens the workers’ compensation eligibility criteria for Hanford workers. Hanford is a decommissioned nuclear production site, located just off the Columbia River, in Benton County, Washington. Photo Credit: Tri-City Herald   Like many Cold…

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When Will I Get My Workers’ Compensation Payments?

By | Workers Comp

As noted by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, the overwhelming majority of workers in Washington are covered by the state’s mandatory workers’ compensation insurance program. If you or a loved one has been hurt on the job, you may be entitled to recover medical benefits, time-loss compensation,…

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Distracted Driving Law Warning Period Ends

By | Personal Injury

Distracted driving is a major public safety problem on our highways. Our Seattle car wreck attorneys have seen far too many distracted driving accidents in Washington. According to data found in the Washington State Annual Collision Summary there were 117,053 motor vehicle collisions in the state in 2015. Highway authorities…

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Can a Workers’ Compensation Claim Be Reopened?

By | Workers Comp

If you meet the required legal elements, your Washington State workers’ compensation claim may be reopened. In the event that you need to reopen a workers’ compensation case in Washington, it is imperative that you take immediate action. You have a limited time to apply to reopen and receive full…

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