12 Children’s Safety Tips For Halloween

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

Selander O’Brien has represented injury victims in Washington for more than two decades – and our firm knows that no injury is more disturbing than those involving children.   The scariest night of the year is creeping up fast, and we’ve got a few tips to help keep kids safe this Halloween weekend. Costumes          When […]

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Summer Yard Work Safety Tips

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Personal Injury, Safety

For many homeowners and gardeners, a new year means a new round of lawn care. Lawnmowers, line trimmers, and even chainsaws are put to use to kick off gardening season—but for some unfortunate homeowners and yard warriors, the new spring can bring a trip to the emergency room. The folks at the Consumer Product Safety […]

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Do You Need a Boater Safety Education Card This Year?

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Boating Accidents

Ready for boating season!! Don’t overlook your boater’s card! Anyone born after December 31, 1954 who operates a boat with a 15 horsepower motor or greater (or a personal watercraft) in Washington’s waterways must possess a Boater Safety Education Card. There are exemptions to this requirement (listed in RCW 79A.60.640), but let’s just say that […]

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