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Sommer v. MetroMetals NW

(February 2016) A high school student was returning home from cross-country running practice when his car was rear-ended by a fully loaded semi-truck.

His car was pushed into the oncoming lane, where it was struck by another vehicle and caught fire. The student suffered serious burns on his head, neck and hands.

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The Tragedy of Suicide, and the Courage to Make a Difference

Posted in Survivor Stories on December 8 2016

In a motel on Seattle’s Aurora Avenue in the dark days of winter, Matt sat alone and took his own life. He was 40 years old, a senior partner in a prestigious national law firm, a husband and the father of two young children. Across the state, in the rural town of Packwood, it was […]

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Being thankful for the invisible forces of safety

Posted in Editorial on November 23 2016

This morning, you got behind the wheel. You checked traffic, and revised your route. You dropped the kids off at school, and navigated your way to work. This afternoon, you’ll do the same thing in reverse. The things that didn’t happen … You didn’t trip and fall on broken sidewalk. Your car didn’t get hit […]

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A study on distracted driving enforcement in Washington

Posted in Distracted Driving on October 28 2016

The University of Washington Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center conducted a study on distracted driving enforcement. Using focus groups of police officers from King County, Whatcom County, and Spokane County, researchers identified some common problems, including: distracted driving laws are difficult to enforce. The study participants proposed a solution. Laws should prohibit all forms […]

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