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Do Jaywalkers Have the Right of Way?
Do Jaywalkers Have the Right of Way?

"Pedestrians have the right of way" has been a longstanding conviction of the masses for years. This idea often comes with the notion that a pedestrian can cross at any point in the road or be walking in the street without repercussions. There is also the expectation that a ...

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    • Could COVID-19 Cause More Car Crashes?

      It sounds ridiculous. If there are fewer people on the road, there should be fewer car crashes, right? Not quite. Fewer people on the road has only ...

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      Even if you are the safest, most sober driver on the road, it doesn’t mean other drivers hold that same standard. Some people may get behind the wheel ...

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    • How Does Alcohol Affect Driving?

      Most of us know the legal definition of driving under the influence. It’s a blood alcohol content of .08. As long as you are below that, you are okay ...

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    • 30 Years of Progress: Rosemary Musachio’s Take on Crip Camp

      The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30-years-old on July 26th, 2020. This law dramatically enhanced the quality of life for people with ...

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      A local news station has obtained surveillance videos that highlight how dangerous Seattle Metro buses are for disabled passengers. The station, KIRO ...

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    • Manning Law, APC successfully defends the rights of the disabled in the High Court

      Landmark Civil Rights and Disability Rights Ruling Obtained by Manning Law, APC in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Robles v. Domino’s Pizza, LLC ...

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    • The Most Common Catastrophic Injuries for Pedestrian Accidents

      How Common are Pedestrian Accidents? According to the California Highway Patrol, pedestrian accidents accounted for more than 14,500 injuries and 960 ...

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    • Do Jaywalkers Have the Right of Way?

      "Pedestrians have the right of way" has been a longstanding conviction of the masses for years. This idea often comes with the notion that a ...

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    • What if You’re Injured at a Property with Building Code Violations?

      Some of the most common personal injury cases involve slips and falls, getting struck in the head, or other trauma as a result of negligence by ...

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    • The Most Common Place for a Slip and Fall

      There are roughly 8 million slip and fall incidents per year in the US, meaning that 2% of all Americans will be involved in a fall each year. Of ...

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    • What if You’re Injured at a Property with Building Code Violations?

      Some of the most common personal injury cases involve slips and falls, getting struck in the head, or other trauma as a result of negligence by ...

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    • The Most Common Place for a Slip and Fall

      There are roughly 8 million slip and fall incidents per year in the US, meaning that 2% of all Americans will be involved in a fall each year. Of ...

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      Every year, tens of thousands of Americans are seriously hurt while visiting stores, hotels, parking garages, and other private properties. Many don’t ...

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