Even the best lawyers need to continue learning after starting their practice. Continuing to learn and grow after completing law school is essential for the success of your firm. There are several ways for new and experienced lawyers alike to stay up-to-date on Washington legislature as well as perform additional research on practice topics.
The steep hills in Seattle can create challenges for people who want to commute on foot or via bicycle. Now, though, people have the option to rent and ride electronically assisted bicycles - on the sidewalks.
Driving can have its frustrations. A recent report suggests this may particularly be the case for people here in Seattle. It named Seattle one of the worst places for drivers when it comes to large U.S. cities.
Many people may think that upon graduating from law school and passing the bar exam, an attorney is ready to "hang out a shingle" and get to work. In fact, while they have learned how to be lawyers, graduates may not have learned how to successfully establish and grow their practice in today's ever-changing legal professional landscape.
When we think about accidents that occur on roadways, it is common to think about two cars colliding. However, train accidents occur more common often than you may realize. In 2017, there were over 2,000 railroad-crossing collisions.
If you own are planning to purchase a motorcycle in Washington, you will want to make sure that you are safe. Roads can be dangerous for motorcyclists, as they make up 15% of traffic deaths in the state, resulting in 81 fatalities in 2016.