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Blue pencil

Everybody makes mistakes, but some mistakes can weigh heavily on your shoulders and on your record. A conviction for a misdemeanor, even for a minor offense, can impact your ability to get a job, rent property, or even travel abroad, so it is important to understand when you can get those marks off your record, and maybe avoid an awkward ...

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Trip and fall incidents (often described as slip and fall cases) are also known as premises liability cases can be a tough experience for both parties. Nobody wants their day interrupted by a personal injury, or their business halted by it. The often-unfair stereotype of a greedy customer trying to cash out on a false lawsuit does not make it ...

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Large dog snarling

Dogs and other animals can be lovable. Yet as a lawyer who has worked on various personal injury cases involving dog bites and attacks over the years, I have seen innocent people get seriously injured by dogs. Here are some tips and basic information about dog bite matters in Washington state.

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In the pursuit of a personal injury claim, it is generally very important for claimants to have access to their own health care records. The absence of health care records can make it very hard for people to document their injuries and symptoms. However, obtaining proper documentation can be time-consuming, difficult and expensive if you don’t know the law.

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sky view of mariners stadium

Ah, Seattle sports fans have not always had it that easy. We lost the Seattle Pilots Major League Baseball (MLB) Franchise to Milwaukee in 1970. Of course, in this more modern era, we lost the Seattle Supersonics in 2008 to Oklahoma City in a notorious relocation battle.

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Attorney Paul Schneiderman

Lawyers can get a certain type of bad rap, and the stereotypes have not been kind to us over the decades. Sure, some attorneys can be greedy and abrasive, and not every lawyer is a noble member of the profession.

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