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Trucking Law: Jurisdiction and Venue Can Enhance Case Value

Attorney Kevin Coluccio was published in the Winter/Spring 2020 edition of the Journal of Trucking Litigation. Below is the transcript of the full article, with minor changes for accurate digital representation. See the PDF: Trucking Law: Jurisdiction and Venue Can Enhance Case Value. Good lawyers know the importance of a choosing a forum that best serves your clients [...]

2020-05-22T17:04:00+00:00Our Cases|0 Comments

Reducing speed limit to prevent Seattle pedestrian deaths

Three years ago, Adriana was hit and killed in a crosswalk in downtown Seattle. Adriana was one of the 116 Seattle pedestrian deaths in 2017. She left behind a husband, two young daughters and an extended family, as well as hundreds of heartbroken clients, co-workers and friends at the Seattle Athletic Club where she worked. Speed was a contributing [...]

2020-04-17T18:00:44+00:00Pedestrians|0 Comments

Washington State legal help and resources available during COVID-19 pandemic

The Washington State Bar Association created a full list of legal help, resources and information available during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are sharing the full version of their recent post, COVID-19 Legal Resources and Information for the Public so that our Coluccio Law clients and friends can access and share this valuable resource. Washington State Legal Help [...]

Truck crash tragedy caused by training failures

A squall is a sudden, sharp increase in wind speed and usually associated with heavy rain showers. Squalls usually last only a few minutes. In the Pacific Northwest, squalls are not an unusual occurrence. It was late May, near the Washington – Oregon border and a commercial driver trainee was behind the wheel of a big [...]

2020-04-09T23:33:22+00:00Our Cases|0 Comments

Losing a year of college to a traumatic brain injury

The eastern part of Washington State is rural with lots of open roadways. Semi-truck traffic is common, with truck drivers traveling both across the state and down from Canada. What I have seen over my career in handling truck crash cases, is that commercial drivers can often get complacent and allow their minds to drift [...]

2020-04-02T17:05:08+00:00Our Cases|0 Comments