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Fisherman’s Memorial

On a rainy and windy day, the annual "Service of Remembrance" was held at Fisherman's Terminal. The annual event is sponsored by the Seattle Fishermen's memorial. This organization is devoted to promoting safety in the fishing fleets and easing the burden of the families and friends of fishermen & fisherwomen who have lost their lives [...]

2014-05-19T18:38:40+00:00Maritime|Comments Off on Fisherman’s Memorial

Leonard Schroeter – the passing of a legal giant

Leonard Schroeter, a lawyer who fought for access to justice for everyone and was a protector of our Constitutional Rights passed away on April 28, 2014. Leonard had an extraordinary legal career which began after he graduated from Harvard Law School in 1951.  He prepared the school segregation cases for the NAACP Legal Defense and Education [...]

2014-05-14T00:56:01+00:00About Us, Editorial|0 Comments

Sleepy Truck Drivers

Federal Regulations require that no truck driver shall operate a vehicle while the driver’s ability is impaired or is likely to become impaired through fatigue. This means that a driver whose ability to safely operate his truck is impaired because he is tired or his ability is likely to become impaired because he is tired [...]

2014-03-07T15:14:08+00:00Truck Crashes|0 Comments

Spotting Signs of Elder Abuse

It is important for families with members in nursing homes and assisted living facilities to learn more about elder abuse and how to prevent it. A good online resource is the website of the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA). The site offers resources and information for those researching topics on elder abuse, neglect, and [...]

2014-03-01T15:55:46+00:00Elder Abuse & Neglect|0 Comments