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Recent Injury Law Blog Posts

Consumer protection agency sues Sprint for illegal charges

Posted on 18 December 2014

Sprint may have been overcharging its consumers to the tune of millions of dollars by cramming unauthorized charges onto i... Read more


Pillow talk over airbags: Shacking up in a hotel to talk Takata

Posted on 17 December 2014

Takata, a Japanese airbag manufacturer, whose executives were questioned in House & Senate hearings a couple weeks ago, ... Read more


Seattle supposedly ranks #1 for pedestrian safety. Really?

Posted on 6 December 2014

According to a Liberty Mutual study, Seattle is at the top of the list for the safest city in the country for pedestrians. Th... 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.