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For each client, my hope is that I am making a difference and also making our community a safer place.
A serious crash can change your life - but no car, bike or motorcycle accident is really an "accident."Learn More >
Dealing with a serious injury or the death of a loved one is very difficult and emotional. See if Coluccio Law can help you through your transition.Learn More >
Do you know what to do if someone you love has been hurt or neglected in a nursing home or assisted living facility?Learn More >
Coluccio’s first work as a lawyer included protecting the rights of seamen and their families by handling maritime claims. He has also been representing railroad workers since the beginning of his legal career over 25 years ago.Learn More >
Coluccio is an experienced trucking attorney, well-known in state and federal courts across the Pacific Northwest.Learn More >
(June 2013) William Munich was on his property when a neighbor fired gunshots at him. William called 911 and the dispatcher, told him that help was on its way. Unbeknownst to WIlliam, the call was not coded as a priority one emergency call: the police did not know to use sirens or even speed. William was shot dead minutes before the Skagit Co. officers arrived at the scene.See More Results
The holiday season generates an increase in serious burns, primarily because there’s more opportunity for accidental fires during winter months. 5 easy ways to avoid holiday fires: 1. Check your outlets and power strips. It’s easy to overload, especially with decorative lights. If the strip feels warm, or there are any dark marks around the […]Read More >
Used by emergency responders and medical professionals, the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is a quick test of a potential brain injury. The GCS is used for a fast assessment of a head or brain injury at the scene of a car accident, sporting event, or other injury site. Three factors—a victim’s ability to speak, to […]Read More >
As a child of the 1960s and 1970s, I can attest to a general lack of knowledge in society regarding brain injuries. I vividly recall friends and fellow students being “knocked out” on the playground or playing sports; adults simply used smelling salts to get the student come around. A kid would go right back […]Read More >