Attorney Kevin Coluccio achieves Board Certification in Truck Accident Law

Kevin Coluccio has accomplished a noteworthy achievement by earning certification in “Truck Accident Law” from the National Board of Trial Advocacy. This is the only accreditation for Truck Accident Law recognized by the American Bar Association in the United States. Out of all the attorneys in the country, only fifty have earned Board Certification in this specific practice area. “My law practice has always been dedicated to creating real and positive change in people’s lives. I am proud to continue my work for all truck drivers and crash victims with Board Certification…” Board-Certified Requirements for Attorneys Specializing in Truck Accidents Becoming a board-certified attorney in truck crash litigation is a rigorous process. Candidates must pass a six-hour written examination, with

Attorney Kevin Coluccio Recognized in 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

Attorney Kevin Coluccio of Coluccio Law has been recognized in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for work in the practice area of Personal Injury Litigation- Plaintiffs. Kevin Coluccio has been recognized by his peers since 2010, and is honored to be recognized once again. Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based on a rigorous peer review survey comprising more than 9.4 million confidential evaluations from top attorneys. See full letter of recognition from Best Lawyers below:

A trial lawyer’s last journey to the King County Courthouse (for awhile)

On Thursday, March 12, before President Trump declared a national emergency, I walked to the King County Courthouse for a scheduled hearing. In retrospect, it was probably the last journey to court for this trial lawyer, for the foreseeable future. Here’s what it was like to be in court in Seattle. The case The hearing had been scheduled for awhile, a legal formality to approve a settlement for a minor child I represented in a personal injury case. The little boy – “J.” – had been burned by very hot water spilled in his lap during dinner at a local restaurant. (Before you ask, no – this was not a “redo” of the McDonald’s hot coffee case). In this case, the

Lawyer Kevin Coluccio honored by Seattle non-profit Water1st

On November 1, non-profit Water1st International hosted their annual Give Water Give Life gala at the Fremont Studios in Seattle. Coluccio Law attorney Kevin Coluccio, and his wife Margie Duckstad, were honored as Water1st Ambassadors of the Year for 2019.  The work of making sure every person has clean water is as important as it gets.  Water1st has been leading the way on this front for nearly 20 years.   Kevin Coluccio The Coluccio family – and Coluccio Law – are long-time supporters of Water1st International, a non-profit supporting sustainable water and toilet projects for the world’s poorest communities, with the goals of improving health, creating opportunity, and breaking the cycle of extreme poverty. Water1st encourages everyone to be part of the world

Pursuing excellence as a trucking lawyer

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death” – Albert Einstein I’ve been a trucking lawyer for 30 years. I’ve represented hundreds of people who’ve been seriously injured, or lost a family member, because of someone else’s bad actions. And I’m still learning, and growing my skills as a trial lawyer. A significant area of my law practice involves trucking crashes. (Although some refer to these as “accidents,” we know that most crashes are predictable, preventable collisions—not “accidents”.) Learning with Trucking Lawyer Master Class Recently, I attended Rodney Jew’s Trucking Master Class. The program was presented over three intense days. The attendees were 35 very experienced attorneys, all of whom have handled complex trucking crash cases. The program’s focus was on

Why we don’t say “car accident”

We have changed the language on Coluccio Law’s websites and blogs: here’s why we’re using car crash, not car accident. There is a public health crisis on the roads About 36,000 people died in motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. in 2019. (The total number of fatalities for 2020 is expected to be even higher.) That is the entire population of Lynnwood, Washington. Can you imagine if everyone in Lynnwood—or in Bothell, or Walla Walla—died in one single year? There would be a massive public outcry. We would all demand answers, accountability, and changes. We have all become too accustomed to senseless deaths and injuries on U.S. roads. We should not accept a public health crisis as a series of “accidents” just because we are used to


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