Free Information On Motor Vehicle Accident Claims

The award-winning car accident lawyers at Davis Law Group, P.S. have more than 20 years of experience representing car accident victims and their loved ones. Our legal blog is aimed at educating people about their legal rights after a car accident, as well as identifying local incidents in Washington state that affect our community and providing legal insight on contributing factors, negligence, and other issues. 

Below is an up-to-date feed of our latest car accident-related blog articles:

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  • 3 Injured In Rollover Crash Near Kennewick Three people were injured Thursday when their car rolled and crashed just south of Kennewick, according to the Benton County Fire District. The Honda Accord was traveling down the road when it hit a dirt bank and rolled several times. All of the people inside the car were injured, and one was thrown from the vehicle.
  • 1 Dead, 2 Injured In Crash Near Columbia River HS In Vancouver A two-car collision outside Columbia River High School in Vancouver on Tuesday morning left one driver dead and two others injured, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
  • How Gaps In Treatment May Affect Your Injury Claim After an injury incident, your No. 1 priority should be to receive medical care. In many cases, particularly those that may benefit from the services of a personal injury attorney, more than one doctors visit will be necessary. Doctors may require a series of tests and follow-up visits to document the recovery process, and it’s important that you keep up with these appointments.
  • Country Singer James ‘Rusty’ Brown Killed In Wreck James “Rusty” Brown, a Spokane Valley country singer, was killed last week in a two-car crash on Highway 395 near Deer Park, according to the Washington State Patrol.
  • 2 Injured When Tire Smashes Through Windshield On I-5 A driver and passenger were injured Thursday when the tire and wheel from a car traveling in the opposite direction on Interstate 5 jumped the median and smashed through their windshield. The man was taken by helicopter to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle in critical condition. The woman was taken to Providence Centralia Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
  • What Does Driving Too Fast For Conditions Mean? So, what exactly does “driving too fast for conditions” mean? The definition of this traffic violation is somewhat subjective but is highly important if a driver’s actions caused an accident resulting in injuries.
  • Caffeine And Its Effect On Drowsy Drivers The answer isn’t caffeine. The simple answer is there truly is no substitute for sleep. AAA recommends that drivers should travel at times when they’re normally awake, and for longer trips to take breaks every two hours or 100 miles. If possible, take turns with someone else behind the wheel.
  • 3 Killed In Pair Of Wrong-Way Crashes In Vancouver Two separate wrong-way crashes on State Route 14 in Vancouver killed three people and injured six others early Sunday morning, according to the Washington State Patrol.
  • High-Speed Crash In Walla Walla Injures 3 A speeding driver in Walla Walla caused a collision with two other vehicles Monday night, injuring a total of three people, according to the Walla Walla Police Department
  • Washington Ranked Second-Worst State For Driving According to a 2018 study by Wallethub – a personal finance website – Washington ranked 49th in the country. The study used a variety of factors to determine the most positive driving experiences. The criteria used 23 indicators, including everything from average gas prices to share of rush-hour traffic congestion to road quality.
  • Man Killed In Hit-And-Run Crash Near SeaTac A man standing by a vehicle on the side of the highway was struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash overnight near SeaTac. A State Patrol investigation found that the victim, a 44-year-old passenger in a black 1996 Chevy Blazer SUV, was standing next to the vehicle after it had run out of gas.
  • DUI Driver's Excuse: Tesla Was ‘On Autopilot’ One San Francisco drunk driver got creative with his excuse after police found him passed out in his stopped car. When the man was awoken after stopping in busy bridge traffic. California Highway Patrol questioned the man, who told officers that his Tesla was “on autopilot.”