Federal Data Shows Trucking Remains One of America’s Deadliest Jobs

Trucking is the lifeblood of the American economy. That fact was readily apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic when consumers throughout Washington and across the country relied on the trucking industry to deliver all the products consumers needed to survive. While truckers are often paid well for their services, truckers also place their life and their…

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Criminal Justice Reforms by Progressive Prosecutors

Most county, city, and state district attorneys across Washington and the country were former prosecutors. Prosecutors represent the state by trying defendants for the crimes they’ve been charged with violating. It’s the rare exception for a public defender to be elected as a district attorney. Yet, in Philadelphia, former public defender and civil rights attorney…

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Why Side Impact Crashes (T-bones) Are Dangerous

T-bone: it sounds delicious but it’s definitely not. The letter “T” is used as a quick description for describing the often-deadly impact two vehicles make when they collide. The front of one car slams into the side of the other car. In many T-bone car and truck crashes, the occupants of the car whose side…

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What Are the Most Common Boat Accidents and Injuries?

Washington State is a great place for boating. In addition to the Pacific Ocean, there are numerous rivers, lakes, and other bodies of water that make Washington a great place to live. There’s the Columbia River, the Willamette River, and Vancouver Lake, to name just a few places, and there are numerous marinas throughout the…

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Nursing Homes Falls – Accidents and Protocols

Nursing homes take care of seniors. It’s almost a given that a senior will fall if he/she lives long enough. As we age, it becomes easier to lose our balance. Falls can cause death or serious injuries because the bones of older people are more brittle, and it’s harder to recuperate than when you were…

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