Teens, cars, and phones

Did you know that a teen with an intermediate driver’s license is not permitted to use a cell phone while driving – except to report an emergency? A new law that went into effect last year, SSB 6345, states that even hands-free devices are not to be used by teens behind the wheel. So long […]

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Flu season hits its peak

As the cold winter weather sets in, many of us become sick. According to the CDC, the flu season usually reaches its height in January or February. The CDC recommends an annual flu vaccine, as well as the time-tested prevention tools of hand washing and staying home while sick. Read about the CDC’s “Take 3 […]

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Fuller & Fuller may be able to help – even when no one else can!

Ms. “J” was badly hurt when she was hit at an intersection by a work truck that did not stop for a red light. The truck was owned by a local business. Unfortunately, because of a clerical error, the truck had never been listed on the business’ insurance policy. Ms. J was unable to get […]

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Winter can create many potential hazards, both inside your home and out!

Washington State’s Department of Health has produced a collection of fact sheets regarding many of the fall and winter dangers that face Washingtonians. Before the next round of wild weather hits, take a few minutes to review their recommendations. Every family should have an emergency plan – DOH has created a simple, one-page list of […]

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Poorly designed roads and inattentive drivers

In October 2010, a jury awarded $30.2 million dollars to a talented young musician whose life was forever altered. He was paralyzed from the neck down and rendered a quadriplegic as the result of a horrible rear-end collision. In reaching its verdict, the jury determined that the road design was faulty, and found the following […]

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