What causes car accidents?

You’ve likely encountered at least one really bad driver in Seattle or elsewhere in Washington. Whether the person was distracted by a smartphone, intoxicated by alcohol or speeding for no apparent reason, a bad driver can be a risk to everyone they share the road...

Children and motor vehicle accidents

Children between ages 3 and 14 mostly suffer unintentional deaths while riding in a car. Most children's car-related injuries or deaths occur when they aren’t restrained correctly. In Washington, children must be properly restrained anytime they get in a car. Here are...

Is rubbernecking dangerous?

Washington drivers run the risk of getting into rubbernecking-related accidents when they take to the road. Informing the public of what rubbernecking is and why it's so dangerous can help to prevent more of this behavior from happening in the future. What is...

Common causes of summer vehicle accidents

The warm and sunny weather during summer is perfect for long drives out of town. Unfortunately, a lot of vehicle accidents happen during this season. The number of car accidents in Washington is baffling. Listed below are five common causes of summer vehicle...

Severity of weather-related accidents

Seattle is known for the high amount of rainfall the city receives each year. Residents of the city and other parts of Washington should understand that this rainfall increases the likelihood of becoming involved in an accident. By the numbers The Department of...

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