Make Sure You Possess a Boater’s Education Card to Legally Operate a Boat This Summer

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Boating Accidents

It’s finally sunny after a long, dark and soggy winter, and you are probably itching to get out on the water!  If you plan on manning the helm, make sure that you are equipped with a Boater’s Education Card.  All Washington State boaters born after January 1, 1955 must possess a Washington State Boater Education […]

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Distracted Driving Law Aims to Reduce Traffic Injuries and Deaths

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Auto Accidents

On Tuesday May 16, Governor Jay Inslee signed into law the bill that makes illegal use of a mobile phone and other personal electronic devices while behind the wheel. Previously in Washington state, drivers were allowed to use cellphones while driving as long as they weren’t texting or calling; there were no prohibitions from making […]

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Osprey Child Carrier Backpack Recall Due to Defect Causing Injuries to Children

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Children's Injuries

Osprey Packs has recalled its child backpack carriers, the “Poco child carriers,” due to a fall hazard. The recall is for all Poco, Poco Plus, and Poco Premium models made between January 2012 and December 2014. You can view the production date code on a black label that is sewn inside the large lower zippered […]

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