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Recent Injury Law Blog Posts

Most Deadly List – Top 10 Most Dangerous Cars

Posted on 27 February 2015

With gas still relatively cheap for now more consumers are considering buying a new car as the auto industry experiences dou... Read more


Some patients suffered or died from “dirty” duodenescopes

Posted on 20 February 2015

Recently, I wrote about a jaw-dropping story about the carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) “superbug” ... Read more


New law would ban holding cell phone in cars

Posted on 6 February 2015

Remember several years ago, when the State made talking on a handheld phone while driving illegal? Well, Washington State la... Read more


Trucking Injury Attorneys

Trucking Injuries

Our Seattle truck injury lawyers have obtained countless seven figure verdicts/settlements on behalf of clients throughout Washington State.

Wilbur/Johnson v. Lutton Trucking, Inc.

A $1,700,000 settlement for badly fractured hip that required a hip replacement for a 23-year-old young man who also suffered from PTSD and depression as a result of the crash.

Wright v. Harris Trucking

A $3,150,000 settlement for four members of the Wright family injured when a gasoline truck and double trailer crossed the center line and hit them head-on.

Martini v. Walsh Bros. Trucking

A $3,500,000 jury verdict for a traumatic brain injury victim who rear-ended a truck lacking proper warning/flashing lights.

Trucking Injuries

Meza v. United Tempering Systems/Meza

A $1,525,000 settlement for a child injured in a motor vehicle crash when a truck barreled into another motor vehicle, resulting in a closed head injury.

Confidential Plaintiff v. Defendant

A $3,700,000 settlement for death of a 46-year-old airline pilot husband father of two.  Truck turned in front of his motorcycle.  Substantial comparative negligence issues.

Stanton v. LeMay

A $2,700,000 settlement for the deaths of two minor children who were passengers in a vehicle that rear-ended a recycling truck without proper under-ride protection guard that had stopped in the roadway.

Trucking Injuries

Caffery v. Brunner, et al.

A $1,025,000 policy limits settlement with a trucking company and others for the wrongful death of a 47 year old husband and father who was killed when a semi-truck and trailer driver disregarded the dangers of a "brown-out" dust storm and ran into the deceased on I-90 while he was helping others in a disabled vehicle.

Maislen v. Associated Materials

$2.5 million jury verdict for
58 y.o. non-profit employee, spin instructor and theater performer injured in a truck versus car crash.