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You may suffer from injuries you did not know about after a crash

You were recently in a seemingly minor collision, and you felt fine the day of the accident, if a little shaken up, so you refused medical attention at the time. However, a day or so later, you are starting to feel stiff and sore. Still, this is no big deal, you think. Whiplash is common after small accidents and it will clear up on its own, right? You and other Washington residents should understand that more serious injuries may be lurking beneath the seemingly minor pain of whiplash. Also, whiplash itself is not an injury you should be so quick to dismiss.

Avoid these mistakes with insurance adjusters

After a serious crash, your life is likely to change drastically for the short term and perhaps even the long term. You may need help with medical bills, lost wages, suffering and more. Insurance companies are a major source of assistance for people in such situations, but it is important to remember they are not necessarily on your side. They are a business.

Right of way laws in Washington for pedestrians

Every year, many pedestrians lose their lives in the state of Washington. That is why people in the state have come together to set realistic goals to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities on Washington roadways. This includes a plan to reduce non-fatal pedestrian injuries to 20.3 out of 100,000 by the year 2020.