Planning on Boating This Summer? Do You Possess a Boater Education Card?

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Boating Accidents

Opening Day of Seattle’s boating season is May 7th and another hot summer on the water looms before us. Make sure that you are equipped with a Boater’s Education Card! All boaters born after December 31, 1954 in Washington State are required to possess a Washington State Boater Education Card if they operate a boat […]

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A Bully May Be Causing Serious Health Issues for Your Child

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Children's Injuries, Children's Issues, Personal Injury

Earlier this week, a report, “Preventing Bullying Through Science, Policy, and Practice,” was released. The report linked bullying, the commonly thought of rite of passage, to the cause of myriad health issues facing children today. Bullying is defined as the aggressive, targeted behavior of one child against another. It is estimated that nearly a third […]

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Homeless Kids Await Placement in Preschool Programs

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Children's Issues

Nearly 200 homeless children are waiting for placement into Washington State subsidized preschool programs for low income families. The holdup: it would cost about $2 million to make space for them. Currently the state legislature is unable to fund expansion of the program to allow placement of the children into the program despite their eligibility. […]

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