Tips for Staying Safe on the Road This Holiday Season An increasing number of people are travelling for the fall and winter holidays; AAA estimates…Read More
Don’t Delay: 3 Reasons to Seek Treatment After A Truck Accident After a truck wreck, many victims are overwhelmed and unsure of what to do…Read More
A Jargon-Free Guide to Negligence and How It Affects Your Truck Case If you’ve been in a truck wreck and begun looking into your legal…Read More
How Maximum Driving Hours Could Impact Your Truck Accident Case Commercial truck drivers have a responsibility to ensure they don’t endanger others on the road.…Read More
Truck Companies Continue to Operate After Repeat Safety Violations Tractor-trailers and other commercial trucks can cause devastating injuries when they crash, which is why various…Read More
Small Trucking Companies Endanger Drivers by Avoiding the ELD Mandate Studies show that the 2017 mandate requiring electronic logging devices (ELDs) in commercial trucks is…Read More
How Long Do I Have to File a Truck Accident Claim in Washington? If you or a loved one has been in a truck wreck,…Read More
Is Marijuana Use Among Truck Drivers a Rising Concern? As marijuana continues to become legal in more and more states, it’s also becoming more widely…Read More
Red Flags in a Truck Driver’s History Can Impact Your Personal Injury Claim For the last few years, the trucking industry has been struggling to…Read More
About Seattle Truck Law, PLLC
Seattle Truck Law is a personal injury law firm that fights for clients who have been hurt in collisions with large trucks and buses. We also represent the families of victims who have lost their lives in these deadly wrecks. The firm serves clients in areas throughout Washington state, including Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, and more. We also handle cases nationwide by working with the best local counsel.
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