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BACK TO SCHOOL AND SAFE DRIVING TIPS

BACK TO SCHOOL AND SAFE DRIVING TIPS – AAA magazine offers up some excellent tips in its most recent issue (Journey September / October). With school back in session, there are more than just school bus laws to be aware… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Child Safety, Communities

WHEN DO YOU NEED TO STOP FOR A SCHOOL BUS?

WHEN DO YOU NEED TO STOP FOR A SCHOOL BUS? – With students returning to in-person classroom learning this fall, it is time to review the rules of the road regarding school bus law in Washington State.   Many studies have… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Child Safety
COVID-19 Nursing Home Claims

COVID-19 Nursing Home Claims

COVID-19 Nursing Home Claims Because it is well known that the Coronavirus is both highly infectious as well as very impactful to older persons, especially those with certain pre-conditions, nursing homes have been hard hit by this pandemic. The question… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Accidents, Child Law, Child Safety, Education, Health Care, Insurance Information, Medical Information, Nursing Home Abuse, Public Safety, Uncategorized
Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

It’s almost Halloween time again!  There isn’t a much more fun holiday than Halloween. There is something for everyone, from dressing up, to trick or treating, to being that one house on the block that scares the kids more than… READ MORE

James Lambka / CATEGORIES: Accidents, Child Safety, Personal Injury
Office Re-opening Guidelines during Covid-19

Office Re-opening Guidelines during Covid-19

Office Re-opening Guidelines during Covid-19 The State Bar of New York recently proposed a list of guidelines applicable to the re-opening of law Offices. While much of their work focused on large office environments and the legal field, there are… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Amazing, Business Law, Child Safety, Communities, Employment Law, Health Care, Insurance Information, Local News, Medical Information, News, Public Safety, Social Media, Technology
Hot car deaths

Record High Numbers of Children Dying in Hot Cars this Summer

After reading this article from CNN, we thought that it would be prudent to continue to spread the word about the dangers of leaving children and pets in cars during hot weather. Please, do not make this mistake. While keeping… READ MORE

James Lambka / CATEGORIES: Accidents, Child Safety, Uncategorized
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Issues with Insurance Coverage in Bicycle accidents

Accidents involving bicyclists present interesting questions about insurance coverage. When a bicyclist is involved in a collision with an automobile, it is imperative that all avenues of possible insurance coverage for the bicyclist are considered. First, the liability insurance of… READ MORE

James Lambka / CATEGORIES: Child Safety, Insurance Information, Personal Injury
New Safety Technology is Not Always Standard on New Automobiles

New Safety Technology is Not Always Standard on New Automobiles

New Safety Technology is Not Always Standard on New Automobiles – While some technologies are standard, forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, for example, are set to be standard features on vehicles produced after September 2022, there are still… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Accidents, Brain Injuries, Car Accidents, Child Safety, Communities, Education, Local News, News, Pedestrian Law, Public Safety, Technology

E-Bike & E-Scooter Linked to Higher Incidence of Serious Injuries

Many cities and towns are catching on to a new trend with the provision of bikes and scooters either as a public service or as a business. A new study has found that the electronic bikes and scooters are having… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Accidents, Car Accidents, Child Safety, Pedestrian Law, Personal Injury

Mayor Durkan Proposes Speed Limit Reduction

Mayor Jenny Durkan recently announced her plan to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety by reducing speed limits on city streets to 25 miles per hour. According to Mayor Durkin, a pedestrian is twice as likely to be killed if hit… READ MORE

Wiener & Lambka / CATEGORIES: Accidents, Car Accidents, Child Safety, Local News, News, Pedestrian Law, Washington Law

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