Unconscious Driver Hits 3 Pedestrians at Seattle’s Pike Place Market

According to the Washington Post, a Seattle driver had a seizure behind the wheel and hit three pedestrians at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. This horrendous accident seriously injured two of the pedestrians, while the third victim managed to escape with only minor injuries. The Seattle pedestrian accident occurred just before noon on Thursday, December 16th at one of Seattle’s top tourist attractions. The unconscious driver hit a couple on the curb, throwing the man 20 feet. At the same time, it pinned another woman against another vehicle, causing serious injuries.

If you or someone you love is injured in a Seattle pedestrian accident, it is critical to retain the services of an experienced and veteran Seattle personal injury attorney.

Questions and Answers about Seattle Back Injury Accidents

Q: My husband is unemployed, so he’s been working informally as a house painter. Last week he fell off a ladder at a customer’s house in Seattle and hurt his back. He’s resting at home, and I’m scared because he’s not covered under my insurance, yet the medical bills still keep coming. What can we do?

A: Now that your husband is beginning to recover from his back injury, it’s time to assess the overall circumstances and prepare for the future. Unforeseen medical bills can make a bad situation worse, so it’s important to seek advice from a Seattle, Washington injury attorney who can work on your behalf to help obtain relief from the financial pressures.

Three Car Crash Kills Two

Street racing is believed to be the cause of a crash that killed two people in Kent. King5 is reporting that the accident happened early Sunday morning on State route 516 in Kent. Troopers believe that a 40-year-old Renton man caused a 24-year-old Yakima woman to lose control of her car. She died at the scene and her passenger suffered serious injuries. A 57-year-old driver of a third vehicle involved in the crash was also killed. The man that troopers believe caused the accident is in critical condition. He faces vehicular homicide and DUI charges.

Have you been injured or has a loved one been killed in a traffic accident? A Seattle car accident attorney should be retained in times of injury or death. 1(800)716-4990

Questions and Answers about Seattle Head Injury Accidents

Q: Yesterday during my son’s football practice at a Seattle-area high school, he was hit on the head pretty hard by another player. The school doctor said he’s OK, but today my son seems groggy and confused. Now the school wants me to sign a paper saying that they’re not responsible for the incident during his football practice. What should I do?

A: The first step is always to seek qualified medical help for anyone who may have suffered a head injury. If the accident is serious, only move the injured person if absolutely necessary. Anytime head, neck, or back injuries are suspected, wait for professional medical personnel to move the injured person safely. After ensuring competent medical treatment and making sure your family is OK, next you should contact a Seattle personal injury attorney to review the circumstances of the accident before signing anything.

Seattle Motorcycle Accident FAQs

Q: A few days ago I was involved in a Seattle motorcycle accident, but wasn’t wearing my helmet, does this make a difference?

A: Not wearing your helmet may or may not make a difference. If not wearing a helmet did not cause or aggravate injuries, you may be able to obtain the maximum compensation for your injuries—regardless of whether you wore a helmet or not. Your Seattle motorcycle accident attorney will assess the situation and discuss all of your legal options with you.

Seattle Three-Car Accident Kills 2 in Kent

According to the Kent Reporter, two people were killed in a three-car crash outside of Seattle in Kent early on Sunday morning. The Seattle car accident occurred on westbound State Route 516, west of Meeker Street, when the three vehicles collided (killing two of the drivers). The third driver and a passenger sustained serious injuries and are currently hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. While the cause of the Seattle three-car accident is unknown, investigators believe that alcohol, drugs, and possibly street racing contributed to the fatal accident.

If you or someone you love is injured in a Seattle car accident, it is important to retain the services of an experienced and zealous Seattle car accident lawyer.

Questions and Answers about Seattle DUI Accidents

Q: My 25-year-old daughter has recently been carpooling from her job in downtown Seattle along with a neighbor girl who often wants to “stop for a beer” on the way home. I’m worried about a DUI. What can I tell my daughter to help sober her up?

A: You can tell your daughter that from the same set of statistics it can be inferred that even non-drinking passengers riding in cars with alcohol-impaired drivers are far more likely to be involved in fatal accidents than drivers or passengers in “sober” cars. You might recommend that your daughter choose her carpool partners very carefully or voice her concerns with the driver.

Seattle Bicycle Accident FAQs

Q: While riding my bicycle in Seattle, I was struck and injured by a car. I’m out of the hospital now, but I can’t pay the medical bills. What should I do?

A: The first thing you should do is call a Seattle bicycle accident attorney who can review the circumstances of the accident and advise you of the best way to obtain relief from the financial pressures that you’re now facing. Your Seattle bicycle accident attorney can quickly help you make your claim for relief, so you’ll be one step closer to financial peace of mind.

Seattle Car Accident FAQs

Q: When should you report a Seattle automobile accident?

A: In Seattle, all motor vehicle accidents should be reported to the proper law enforcement authorities immediately. The sooner you can report the accident the better and in most situations, you should wait until the police arrive before leaving the scene of the accident.

Q: Where do I go to make an accident report in Seattle, Washington?

A: You can make an accident report at any Seattle, Washington District Police Station or Headquarters, as long as your accident happened within the City and County of Seattle, Washington.

Seattle Trucking Accident FAQs

Q: Recently I was involved in a Seattle trucking accident and sustained serious injuries. The lawyers from the trucking company have called and offered me a settlement. Should I take the settlement or contact an attorney to discuss my options?

A: It is always in your best interest to contact an experienced trucking accident attorney in the Seattle area. Your Seattle trucking accident attorney will discuss all of your options with you and ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation, so that you can focus on your recovery. The trucking company’s legal team has an obligation to limit their liabilities and therefore, your settlement. In most cases, you are probably being offered only a fraction of what you may deserve—and need to fully recover.