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Archive for May, 2015

What to Do if You are Involved in a Car Collision

May 26th, 2015Posted By: Sergio Garciduenas-Sease

According to the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an estimated 5 million car collisions occur each year resulting in 30,000 deaths and injuring more than 2 million people.  Car collisions have become a norm in our daily commute.  Despite the advances in car technology that are designed to protect us, such advances cannot […]

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Tamaki Law Files Suit – Student-Perpetrator Caught on Video Assaulting Student on School Bus

May 19th, 2015Posted By: Megan Chang-Ngaruiya

The father of an eight-year-old girl who was repeatedly sexually assaulted on a Yakima School bus has filed a lawsuit against the Yakima School District No. 7. The father, identified by his initials E.R., and his minor child, identified by the initials of A.R., are represented by Tamaki Law. A.R., who suffers from Down syndrome, […]

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Know Your Rights about Dog Bites

May 18th, 2015Posted By: Megan Hale

An estimated 4.7 million dog bites occur in the U.S. each year.  According to the American Medical Association, dog bites are the second leading cause of childhood injury in the U.S. Dog bite laws vary from state to state. If you have been bitten by a dog in the State of Washington, the law is […]

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Former jail inmate sues Franklin County over sexual assault by corrections officer

May 11th, 2015Posted By: Megan Chang-Ngaruiya

Contributor: Tri-City Herald - Kristin M. Kraemer

A woman who was sexually assaulted by a corrections officer while locked up in jail claims Franklin County failed to adequately monitor and protect her. The woman has filed a public injury lawsuit against Franklin County stemming from the criminal actions of former employee Justin T. Husom. The county, which oversees the jail, is responsible […]

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Helena Diocese names perpetrators of sexual abuse; many at western Montana parishes

May 5th, 2015Posted By: Megan Chang-Ngaruiya

Contributor: Missoulian - David Erickson

Father Joseph Obersinner, an ordained priest with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena who served at St. Francis Xavier Parish in Missoula from 1989 to 1991, is one of more than 80 people employed by the church who allegedly sexually abused children under his care. Due to a statute of limitations, Obersinner was never charged […]

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