According to several news outlets, a 39-year-old man from Issaquah who’s the suspect of driving under the influence of drugs sustained injuries after a crash on Interstate 90.
The official reports from the Washington State Patrol show that the man was driving a jeep going westbound on the Interstate when he drifted into the median. The man tried to correct the vehicle bringing it back to its lane but the effort was unsuccessful. The car rolled onto its side and slid across the lanes.
The authorities discovered the incident and immediately took the man to the hospital. It was discovered he was driving under the influence of drugs. Details regarding his health state are still pending.
As a Renton car accident attorney I hope that more details will surface regarding this accident. Hopefully this will serve as an example to those who try their luck by driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Personal injury lawyers urge all readers to be extremely careful with distracted or even drunk drivers while handling your cars on a road. Stay away from possible accidents and report suspicious behavior to the authorities. Don’t be the victim of the recklessness of others.
Local news outlets have reported that a crash on State Route 17 has left two people injured just 7 miles North of Coulee City.
According to the official report from the Washington State patrol, a 45-year-old woman was driving her 2006 Ford F-350 truck going northbound on SR17 just before 10 p.m. on Thursday when she lost control of the vehicle.
The road was allegedly icy which led the vehicle to roll. The driver was injured and taken to the hospital along with the passenger, a 46-year-old man. The officials from the Washington State Patrol say that the woman was driving too fast without taking into account the weather and the road conditions.
The authorities are still looking into the accident and collecting information regarding the causes behind the crash. The news went on to confirm that no official charges were pressed against the driver.
As a Federal Way car accident lawyer I sincerely wish a swift recovery for both driver and passenger and hope that other drivers will keep from accelerating while driving under extreme weather conditions.
Icy roads may present a serious accident hazard. Personal injury lawyers urge all readers to be aware of the many dangers posed by the slippery pavement, stay alert.
According to news sources and the Washington State Patrol, a 26-year-old man who was involved in a crash early Saturday morning in Enumclaw unfortunately passed away.
The young man was driving east on state Route 164 sometime after 1 a.m. Saturday. When he was east of Southeast 382nd Street, he crossed into the westbound lanes. The cause to his loss of control of the vehicle is unknown but after his crossing the car hit a few trees. The wreckage was allegedly discovered many hours later. The passenger was found hanging upside down while the driver was allegedly pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital. According to the authorities, the woman is in a satisfactory condition.
The reports from the Washington State Patrol show that evidence from the accident area suggests that both victims were allegedly under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the crash.
As a Bellingham personal injury lawyer I hope that the woman who was rescued from this crash will recover in a timely manner. My heart and prayers go to the family of the man whose life was lost in this tragic crash.
I urge all readers never to drink and drive. Make sure you cannot get the keys to your car when you know you’re going to drink. Many personal injury lawyers will tell you that fatal accidents related to drinking and driving are tough ones to forget. Let road safety start with you, stay alert and don’t drink and drive.
According to various news articles, a man from Mattawa was allegedly injured after being involved in a crash on Highway 243. The authorities have reported that he was a passenger in the car that crashed.
The Washington State Patrol has reported that the accident happened some time after 5 p.m. on Saturday. A 21-year-old man was driving his SUV when suddenly he tried to pass another car by illegally crossing the double yellow lines.
He was driving northbound on Highway 243 when he lost control of the vehicle, attempted to bring the SUV back to the northbound lanes but unfortunately, the vehicle rolled many times before it stopped.
This reckless driving case is just one more example of how much damage you can cause when not keeping it in your mind that safety should be a priority for all while driving.
Hopefully, readers will learn from this terrible accident. Return to our blog regularly so you may be always aware of what’s going on locally and nationally when it comes to road safety and product recalls.
According to Washington State Patrol and recent reports from officials, there was an accident on State Road 20 where two people were left injured. A 32-year-old motorist was driving westbound when he tried to turn left, that’s when his vehicle collided with another vehicle in an eastbound lane.
The driver allegedly failed to yield to the right of way and reports say charges are still pending on this case until investigations are considered closed.
As soon as the authorities arrived and emergency help was called, both drivers were taken to the hospital. At this moment, a proficient Bellevue car accident attorney could be assisting the injured man with his case.
I, injury attorney Kirk Bernard, hope that both drivers will recover in a timely manner and that the authorities will investigate the case throughly so all factors that may have played an important role in this accident can be brought to light.
Whenever hit by a distracted driver or injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, remember to contact your personal injury lawyer right away. The longer you wait to act, the more difficult it will be for an attorney to assist you.
According to Washington State Patrol and recent news, a 77-year-old woman from Waitsburg was hurt Thursday afternoon sometime after 4 p.m. when she became involved in a car crash. The accident happened on Highway 12, just west of Dayton according to news sources.
The 77-years-old woman was driving a Subaru, she was right behind a Toyota pickup truck driven by a 41-year-old man reportedly from Dixie. When the man slowed down just before making a turn, the woman allegedly kept on driving at the same speed and hit the back of his vehicle.
The gravity of the woman’s injuries are yet unknown according to the Washington Highway Patrol reports. The man driving the pickup truck was allegedly left unharmed.
As a Seattle car accident attorney I urge all of you to be watchful of the road and its conditions. Speed limits must be respected at all times. Whenever you encounter a driver acting strangely on the road, don’t hesitate to report their license plates to the authorities and if you ever get involved in a car accident, remember to contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
According to reports from the Washington State Patrol, a man from Monroe was rushed to the hospital early Monday morning after his motorcycle crashed.
The 48-year-old man was riding his motorcycle near the intersection of Highway 9 and 176th Street SE when a Kia Soul driven by a 17-year-old girl allegedly from Snohomish, was turning onto 176th Street SE. Both vehicles collided leaving the man with non-life-threatening injuries. Reports from the authorities say the girl was left unharmed.
There aren’t many details regarding the crash, but news articles stated that the motorcyclist tried to escape the heavy traffic by driving onto the shoulder before the collision.
As an Everett personal injury lawyer, I urge all drivers and bikers to be alert. A slow traffic won’t make your chances for an accident less likely to happen.
If you’re only worried about making somewhere in time, you will not be mindful of others sharing the road with you. In the case of a collision that might have been caused by distract driving, contact a car accident lawyer so you can be assisted by those who are familiar with the experience you went through.