Do I Have a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

By | Workers Comp

Workers deserve safe conditions. Unfortunately, job-related accidents remain a serious issue throughout the country. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports that nearly 900,000 American workers are forced to miss time due to a job-related injury or illness each year. If you are hurt on the job,…

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What Should I Do if I’m Hit by an Uninsured Driver?

By | Personal Injury

Drivers must obtain liability insurance. As explained by the Office of the Insurance Commissioner for Washington State, all motorists are required to have minimum mandatory insurance coverage. However,  many drivers fail to comply. The Insurance Information Institute (III) reports that a shocking 21.7%of drivers in Washington were uninsured/underinsured in 2019….

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2021 Workers’ Comp Cost of Living Increase in Washington (A Record High Increase)

By | Media & News, Workers Comp

Effective July 1, 2021, the Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) will apply a 10.1 percent cost-of-living increase to time-loss, pension, and loss-of-earning power benefits. This is the single largest year-over-year increase in the average wage in Washington in recorded history. 2021-2022: Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) and Workers’ Comp Benefits The…

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