Tips to Reduce Your Odds of Injuring or Colliding with a Bicyclist While Driving

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Auto Accidents, Bicycle Accidents

Under Washington law, bicycles are classified as vehicles. If a motorist is at a stop sign, they need to yield to a bicyclist who has right of way. If a motorist wants to make a turn, they must wait for any bicycles travelling through the intersection to pass before turning. Bicyclists have the same rights as […]

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As We Swing into Spring, Reduce Your Children’s Playground Accidents and Injuries

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Children's Injuries

Spring is finally here, and kids are excited to go back outside to bike, explore, play and generally be kids. After a long winter, playground equipment can be damaged, worn out or generally in disrepair. Before your kids start playing, here are some tips to ensure that your child is playing in a safe environment. […]

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month: Factors that Reduce Child Abuse

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Children's Issues

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed that April would be National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The tradition has been continuing ever since with President Barack Obama issuing a Presidential proclamation in 2016 to ensure that people continue their efforts to end child abuse. According to the Center for the Study of Social Policy, there are […]

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