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Personal injury: 3 dead, more injured in accident in Washington

Losing a loved one in a tragic accident is something no family should have to endure. Unfortunately, motor vehicle collisions are far too common, each of which has the potential to end in disaster. Victims of similar incidents often experience periods of financial struggle, prompting many to seek relief through a personal injury claim. A recent accident in Washington has claimed the life of three individuals and injured several more.

5-car collision leads to 4-year-old girl's severe personal injury

A great deal of accidents involving multiple vehicles are the result of one driver's actions, which then sets off a chain reaction that can end in disaster. Individuals who suffer serious injuries in the process may subsequently pursue a personal injury claim against the party or parties deemed responsible. A multiple-vehicle collision involving several individuals in Washington injured two young children, one of which is listed in critical condition.

Intoxicated driving often involves high risk of personal injury

Countless individuals have been injured over the years in collisions involving an intoxicated driver. A person who chooses to operate a vehicle under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol often puts the safety of everyone nearby in danger. Collisions that occur under similar circumstances can be catastrophic, resulting in serious personal injury or worse. A recent two-car accident in Washington left four people with injuries.

Traffic fatalities on the rise in Washington

Recently, the Annual Collision Summary for Washington was released by state officials.The report offers information regarding the year 2015 and the news is not good. A total of 551 persons lost their lives on our state's roads and that number represents a 20 percent jump over the 2014 fatality total.

Traffic fatalities on the rise in Washington

Recently, the Annual Collision Summary for Washington was released by state officials. The report offers information regarding the year 2015 and the news is not good. A total of 551 persons lost their lives on our state's roads and that number represents a 20 percent jump over the 2014 fatality total.

2 suffer serious personal injury in car accident in Washington

Many individuals avoid operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, often placing a great deal of importance on safety when out on the road. Collisions involving drunk drivers have led to the personal injury and/or death of many individuals over the years. A recent accident in Washington involving a suspected drunken driver has left two people hospitalized with serious injuries.