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Will Comparative Negligence Affect a Senior’s Slip-and-Fall Claim?

By Pendergast Law on February 23, 2021

People over 65 are considered the most at risk for suffering serious trauma in a fall, whether that is a traumatic brain injury, a spinal cord injury, a hip fracture, or even death. Even though they are more prone to falls than others, many senior slip-and-fall cases are the results of someone else’s negligence, oftentimes a property owner who failed to clean up a spill or left a trip hazard in an entrance way.

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New Carsharing Service Launches in Seattle: What Drivers Should Know

By Pendergast Law on February 9, 2021

Once upon a time, almost every major city had a carsharing service where drivers could access on-demand vehicles located on the side of the road. Often charging drivers on a per-mile or per-hour rate, these vehicles were affordable alternatives to using a standard rental company. Carsharing has largely gone out of style given the availability of ridesharing services, and, here in Seattle, carsharing services were all but extinct after Share Now and LimePod shut down services in 2019.

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Posted in: Car Accidents

Washington State Dog-Bite Liability and Public Parks

By Pendergast Law on January 26, 2021

Seeing a dog in public can be a delightful event, but that joy can quickly turn to terror when Fido suddenly attacks you. You may have been enjoying a run or stroll in Washington Park Arboretum or Discovery Park when, without warning, you found yourself the victim of a serious dog bite. The owner may have pulled their animal off you and apologized, but that does little to cure your injuries. After seeing your medical bills, you may be worried about how to cover these costs. However, according to Washington state’s dog-bite laws, you may have more options than you think.

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Posted in: Dog Bite

When Is Bone Grafting Necessary?

By Pendergast Law on December 30, 2020

Most people have had to deal with a broken bone at some point in their life, whether it is a minor fracture in the hand or a broken femur from playing sports. While initially painful and uncomfortable, these injuries usually heal without any major complications. But in rare cases, more serious, and often expensive, treatments may be required.

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Posted in: Personal Injury

What Causes One-Sided Paralysis?

By Pendergast Law on December 27, 2020

Receiving a diagnosis of paralysis can be heart-wrenching. The loss of sensation and motor control will force you to completely change your life and contend with a difficult future. While people often think of paralysis in serious conditions like paraplegia or quadriplegia, it is often more complex. Many accident victims have to face the real-world consequences of a hemiplegia diagnosis.

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Posted in: Personal Injury

Injured by an Out-of-State Driver?

By Pendergast Law on December 19, 2020

Nestled between Idaho and Oregon, the Evergreen State receives millions of out-of-state drivers every year. Whether traveling for work, tourism, or school, these visitors help bolster our state’s economy and build up our reputation as a great tourist destination. However, these visitors can also bring problems, including reckless or careless driving habits. Some drivers do not know how to handle themselves on Washington’s rural roads, especially in our state and national parks, but they can also cause accidents on the busy and complicated streets of Seattle. It is not uncommon for local residents to be injured by negligent out-of-state drivers. When this occurs, you may be wondering what your options are.

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Posted in: Car Accidents

The Relationship Between Vision Loss and Brain Damage

By Pendergast Law on December 16, 2020

Our brains handle numerous processes, from finely-tuned actions like playing the piano to the recall of certain memories. When the brain is damaged, these processes can be impacted, leading to serious and life-changing disabilities.

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Posted in: Brain Injury

Why You Should Double-Check Your Motorcycle Insurance Policy

By Pendergast Law on December 12, 2020

In Washington State, all motorcycle riders are required to have liability insurance before they register a hog and hit the road, but many are not aware that they can add on other policies. Coverage for medical bills, property damage, hit-and-run accidents, uninsured drivers, and underinsured drivers can all prove extremely valuable if you are in an accident. Given the many dangers motorcycle riders face in just Seattle alone, reviewing and updating your insurance policy may be to your benefit.

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Does Bad Weather Excuse Poor Driving Behavior?

By Pendergast Law on December 9, 2020

Washington is known for its cloudy skylines and stormy seasons, which tend to make our roadways damp, if not outright dangerous. While some drivers know how to adapt to adverse weather conditions, others choose to drive recklessly and put other drivers in serious danger. Drivers should always put safety first, especially during a rainstorm, fog, or icy spell, because failure to do so can make them liable for any accidents they cause.

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Posted in: Car Accidents

Dangers of Drugged Trucking Accidents

By Pendergast Law on November 28, 2020

Almost every driver on the road understands the dangers of driving while intoxicated, whether it be by alcohol or by drugs. Both substances can severely limit a driver’s reaction times and ability to safely operate a vehicle, often leading to traumatic and deadly auto accidents. But few drivers are aware of how prevalent drug use is among commercial drivers, especially truck drivers.

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Posted in: Truck Accident

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