Home and Renters Insurance For Natural Disasters

The recent loss of whole neighborhoods to wildfires in Northern California should be a wake-up call to all of us that are proud to call the Pacific Northwest home.  Do you know if your homeownersor renters insurance would cover you in the event of a natural disaster?  We live inContinued »

A Bremerton Nursing Home Fined Over $500,000!

A Bremerton nursing home has recently been fined over $500,000 after one of their residents died. Last October, a man staying in the home wandered outside in the middle of the night and was found lying in the parking lot just before 2:30 a.m. by an employee. The State DepartmentContinued »

Lawsuit Following Greenwood Explosion Injuring 9 Firefighters

Last March, multiple Seattle firefighters were injured after a natural-gas lead that led to a massive explosion.  Jeff Markoff, one of the nine injured firefighters, filed his lawsuit last Friday and reported that he was “about 90 feet from the epicenter of the alleyway explosion that leveled two buildings andContinued »

Can a chiropractor help with my back pain?

Many people experience some form of back pain at some point.  According to the New England Journal of Medicine, roughly two out of three people eventually experience significant lower back pain.  Many physicians today are beginning to consider referring patients for spinal manipulation over other treatments and remedies.  What isContinued »

What to do after a truck accident?

Did you recently get into a collision with a truck?  If so, it’s important to understand what to do and what not to do in the upcoming events.  The lawyers for the trucking company begin working immediately, and often are very aggressive in their defense.  There are many issues involvingContinued »

Nearly 30 Passengers Die After Boat Accidents in Senegal and Gambia

We will be doing some travelling today for the daily post.  Almost 30 people have died in Senegal and Gambia after two boat accidents.  For reference, the image to the left displays the locations of Senegal and Gambia, two western Africa countries positioned along the coastline. Twenty-one passengers died onContinued »

Lawsuit Granted to Proceed Over UCSB Student Death

A lawsuit filed after the death of a University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) student was ruled to proceed last week by Judge Thomas Anderle. On May 4, 2015, Sierra Markee-Winkler “fell to her death from the cliffs of Sea Lookout Park in Isla Vista,” one year later, a lawsuitContinued »