Governmental Lawsuits Blog
It is our intention to help to preserve the legal rights of victims seeking to sue a governmental entity by educating our readers as to what their rights may actually be; what laws may apply; how frequent similar accidents occur; who may be legally at fault; time limits (statute of limitations) for taking action; and so on. It is our hope that by doing so, individuals will gain a better understanding of their own legal rights and more wrongdoers will be held accountable.
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Bereaved Families Sue Washington In 'Highway of Death' Case Locals have complained about the 10.5-mile long stretch of Highway 522 between Monroe and Woodinville. An average of 3 deaths happen on this road each year.
Accidents increase as parks and trails open In the Pacific Northwest, record-breaking high temperatures are getting more people outside, but trails can be hazardous.
Native Americans and Personal Injury Law in Washington State Over the past decade, Native American Indian Tribes have become extremely prevalent and have had an increasing impact on the United States economy. With constant growth in the business sector, including gaming, tourism, real estate development, banking and finance, media, telecommunications, and wholesale and retail trade, the Indian Tribes notably contribute to the economy in states where tribes are more prevalent.
Do You Have An Injury Claim Against A City, County, Or State Agency? Sometimes a person is injured by the negligence of a person employed by the government, like a city, town, county or the state of Washington. If that happens, it is important