Highway Design and Transportation LitigationPassionately Advocating for the Injured
Washington’s Department of Transportation reports that there are over 103,000 car accidents per year. The State of Washington has a duty to keep its roads and highways reasonably safe for vehicles using them. Unsafe roads, highways and bridges may cause serious injuries and deaths that can be prevented.
Highway design negligence may include:
- Poor road design
- Lack of guardrails or unsafe guardrails along the highway
- Dangerous intersections
- Dangerous on/off ramps entering /exiting highways
- Inadequate signage, including warnings
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Three plaintiffs who had been sexually abused by a priest as minors. The plaintiffs were 58, 59, and 60 years old at the time of the settlement.
Four plaintiffs who were sexually molested by a priest as minors.
A 24-year-old woman who was on her bicycle in a crosswalk when she was struck and run over by a truck. The plaintiff suffered debilitating injuries to her lower extremities and major physical disfigurement.
Clergy Sexual Abuse
Four plaintiffs who had been sexually molested by a priest as minors.
The estate of a 62-year-old woman who died when she was struck from behind by a vehicle while walking her dog.