Our client was walking from her home to her church for morning prayer as she approached the intersection of S. 288th St. and 34th Ave. S., in Federal Way. Our client used the crosswalk to cross the street. At the same time, the at-fault driver was traveling northbound on 34th Ave. S. As the at-fault … Read moreOur Client, Pedestrian v. Inattentive Driver
Our client was traveling in lane 3 of 5 on southbound I-5 near Fife, WA. At the same time, the non-fault driver was traveling in lane 2 of 5, and at-fault was traveling in lane 1 of 5. Suddenly and without warning, the at-fault driver cut across lane 2 and struck the non-fault’s vehicle, causing … Read moreOur Client vs. DWI Driver
Whether you need legal guidance following an auto or pedestrian accident, or filing and pursuing a UM / UIM claim, finding an experienced personal injury attorney can be a challenge. You’ve probably never dealt with a situation like this before, so you need to retain a legal professional who can provide the quality advice you … Read moreFinding an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney in Federal Way
Bicycle commuting in Washington State has increased by a shocking 75 percent over the past ten years — and it’s easy to see why. Biking to work can be extremely healthy, economical, and, in some cases faster, than a traditional commute in a car. It’s also environmentally friendly to boot. But while getting to … Read moreBicycle Accident Prevention For Those Who Commute By Bike in Federal Way
After a Federal way car accident, it can feel natural and right to say, “I’m sorry,” to the other driver, even if you don’t think it was your fault. Part of the reason might be social programming. Part of it may be that you are simply feeling bad about the collision. Part of it might … Read moreWhy You Shouldn’t Say ‘I’m Sorry’ After A Federal Way Car Accident
What are your legal responsibilities in the minutes after you are involved in a car accident in Washington State? Do you need to call the police, or inform other state officials of a crash in the event that a police officer does not come to the scene of an accident? At The Ye Law Firm, … Read moreShould You Call The Police After A Federal Way Car Accident?
Did you know that commercial drivers who are texting are 23 times more likely to be involved in an accident than a trucker with their eyes on the road? Or that commercial drivers dialing a mobile phone are six times more likely to cause an accident? Since the advent of the mobile phone, distracted driving … Read moreThe Frightening Connection Between Truck Drivers And Distracted Driving
When someone dies due to the neglect of another person or entity, they are not able to sue for damages – and they are not able to hold the person or party responsible for what they have done. However, under Washington State law, the estate of the deceased person can sue in their stead for … Read moreWho Can File A Wrongful Death Claim in Washington State?
Two men were killed and six more were seriously injured in a wrong-way traffic accident in Federal Way earlier this year. According to the Federal Way Mirror, a car was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of Kent Des Moines Road (State Route 516) just before midnight when it struck two vehicles traveling the correct … Read moreThe Tragedy of Wrong Way Car Accidents in Federal Way
Not all wounds are visible. One of the most common injuries associated with accidents (including traffic accident and on-the-job accidents, and slip and fall accidents) is the concussion, but they can be difficult to diagnose, especially since symptoms may not appear until hours or even days after the incident. They can also be difficult to … Read moreThe Signs Of A Concussion After An Accident