These days it’s not hard to spot distracted drivers – answering phone calls, replying to text messages and paying little attention to the road. Unfortunately, these are the kind of drivers who cause accidents. With more people and cars on Continue reading →
If you are injured because of the negligence of someone else, you may have a claim for damages for your medical treatment, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Understanding how the insurance adjustor handles your claim will help you know Continue reading →
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Did you know that long-time Walthew partner, Charlie Warner, in addition to dedicating his legal career fighting for the rights of the people of Washington State, is also a decorated World War II veteran? He entered the Army in June Continue reading →
Everyone should know about these common dangerous driving habits, so we can avoid them and be safer, more responsible drivers. After all, you wouldn’t want to be hurt in a car accident or hurt someone else, would you?
In 2011, the Washington State Association for Justice awarded The Walthew Law Firm its prestigious Alvin Anderson Award. The annual award recognizes an individual or firm in Washington state that exhibits extraordinary energy, effort, and commitment to enabling WSAJ to Continue reading →
Distracted driving and distracted walking can cause serious injury to you or someone else. Recently, there was a tragic and fatal pedestrian accident near our office in the far north end of Belltown in Seattle. The collision occurred at 1st Continue reading →