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The Zipper Merge

A bill is being proposed in the Washington Legislature to fund additional education to teach students in driver’s ed how to properly merge into traffic, using “The Zipper Merge” technique.   Road Rage And The Zipper Merge Having spoken before… READ MORE

Leif Hansen / CATEGORIES: Car Accidents, Public Safety, Washington Government

Rules For Teenage Drivers Using Their Intermediate Licenses

What are the rules surrounding new teenage drivers using their intermediate licenses? Intermediate licensing of drivers aged 16-18 in Washington comes with several important restrictions.  Mainly, the limitations involve driving late at night and driving with other minors in the… READ MORE

Pete Balzarini / CATEGORIES: Car Accidents, Public Safety

Road Rage

Police responded to gunshots in what appears to have been a road rage incident this past Thursday February 21st in Renton, Washington.  The KIRO7 article reporting this matter can be found here. At Wiener and Lambka, PS, we have represented… READ MORE

James Lambka / CATEGORIES: Car Accidents, Public Safety

Recent Snowstorm Presents Safety Hazards, Serious Injuries and Lawsuits for Some

The recent snowstorm in the Puget Sound area has brought with it snow days, as well as risk of serious injuries and safety hazards. What’s more, you have to take extra precaution if you’re a property owner in maintaining a safe-to-walk property.

James Lambka / CATEGORIES: News

Teen Driver Survives Explosive Head-On Collision with Semi-Truck

A lucky teenage driver dodged death this week after being involved in an explosive head-on collision with a semi-truck. The collision was captured on the dashcam of a minivan several yards behind the teenager’s Jeep Wrangler. The teen involved in this crash is eighteen-year-old Samuel LaChance from New Hampshire.

James Lambka / CATEGORIES: News

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