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2017 October Archive

Trick-or-Treat: Stay Safe on the Street

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 30, 2017

Despite decades of urban legends about monstrous strangers hiding razors in candy, the real danger for trick-or-treaters comes from cars on the road. Amidst the fun and revelry of Halloween, it is important to remember that there are drivers on the streets among trick-or-treaters…and not all of them are driving safely. Read the rest »

Posted in: Pedestrian Accident

Who’s Liable for a Multi-Car Crash?

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 25, 2017

Liability is a tricky – but vital – aspect of a civil claim, and the more people involved in the accident, the more difficult liability can be to establish. In multi-car crashes, like the one on Seattle’s I-5 South last month, determining who is responsible becomes muddied by all of the people involved. Read the rest »

Posted in: Car Accidents

Winter Driving Tips

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 18, 2017

While it’s true that Seattle rarely sees snow, the city can still become quite cold and icy during the winter months. And when it does snow here, snowfall can be quite heavy. Even when it’s not snowing, it will likely rain; and both conditions call for additional safety measures on the part of Seattle drivers. As we enter this season, keep these winter driving tips in mind. Read the rest »

Posted in: Safe Driving

Who’s Responsible for Falls at Seattle Stadiums?

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 14, 2017

Sports fans flock to Seattle stadiums like CenturyLink Field and Safeco Field every year to watch their favorite teams play. But sometimes, the action doesn’t stay on the field—particularly when a fan gets hurt in a slip-and-fall (or trip-and-fall) somewhere in the stadium. Read the rest »

Monorail Accidents: Who’s Liable for Public Transit Accidents?

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 10, 2017

People who were in Seattle in 2005 when two monorails sideswiped each other will never forget it. The monorail was shut down for months while investigators tried to identify the cause of the collision and how to prevent it from happening in the future. Luckily, the accident didn’t cause any major injuries to the 84 passengers, but it left many wondering who would be liable for another monorail accident, or any injuries sustained on public transit vehicles. Read the rest »

Posted in: Bus Accidents

Rainy Season Is Approaching; Make Sure Your Tires Have Enough Tread

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 6, 2017

Seattle may not get nearly as much snow as other cities in the U.S., but it does see more rainy days. Driving in the rain can be just as dangerous as driving in snow and ice if your car isn’t properly prepared for the conditions. The best way to prepare? Make sure your tires have enough tread. Read the rest »

Posted in: Car Accidents

Did Medication Contribute to Chris Cornell’s Suicide?

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on October 2, 2017

People around the world are still mourning the death of Chris Cornell last spring. He was a high-profile musician and his suicide was sudden. Now, his family is claiming that medication he was taking at the time may have contributed to his death. Based on past cases that bear some striking resemblances, they may just have a medical malpractice case. Read the rest »

Posted in: Medical Malpractice

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