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Fractures and Broken Bones After a Spokane Car Accident

When it comes to head-on collisions, T-bone accidents, and car accidents involving pedestrians, survivors can face serious injuries such as bone breaks and fractures.   Many people who haven’t previously experienced a break or fracture are unfamiliar with what to expect. We have all the details below so Eastern Washington drivers know what to expect if they ever find themselves injured after a crash.  Break vs Fracture Many...

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Spokane Attorney Discusses Poor Headlight Quality and Auto Accidents

It gets dark this time of year in Spokane. Until we reach spring daylight savings, many drivers will spend more time driving in the dark.   During nighttime hours, visibility is a serious problem. On average, drivers may only see 250 feet in front of them while using regular headlights. When drivers switch on their high-beams, they may see up to...

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Autumn Driving Hazards In Spokane WA Serious, Attorney Explains

The month of November can be dangerous for Spokane-area drivers, especially those who aren’t prepared for fall’s changes. During this time of year, drivers are expected to adjust to the shorter days and inclement weather patterns. Shorter days, limited vision, & increased drowsiness One drastic change brought about by the autumn season is the end...

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The Real Danger To Spokane Pedestrians

Pedestrians are the most vulnerable road users in Spokane. Without the protective frame afforded by a passenger-vehicle, a single act of negligence can result in months of physical therapy and significant medical expenses. In severe cases, pedestrians can suffer fatal injuries.  Pedestrian deaths have been consistently rising in the past decade. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) estimates, nearly 6,000...

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Trucker Shortage Danger to Spokane Motorists

The growing economy and higher demand for consumer goods means there are more products to haul. However, the trucking industry in the US is short over 50,000 long-distance drivers, according to a recent article published in the Spokane Journal. The trucker shortage is not only a serious problem for the trucking industry as it strives...

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Child Passenger Safety Tips for Spokane Drivers

A great deal of the responsibility for keeping child passengers safe in motor vehicles is in the hands of parents, guardians, or caregivers. But everyone who shares the road needs to keep child safety in mind. It's a serious issue. The National Safety Council (NSC) reports that in 2016, approximately 723 child passengers under the...

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The Risk of Using Infotainment Technology on Spokane Roads

Recent years have shown a rise in a technological trend: so-called in-vehicle infotainment systems. These new dashboard displays allow us to do everything from navigate the roadways to make phone calls, all while driving our cars. These systems are also equipped with different safety features such as back-up cameras and lane departure warning systems. However,...

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Tips For Safeguarding Against Drunk Drivers

Every summer in Washington and across the US, we drive more miles and longer hours, which increases the risk of an accident. The summer also shows a rise in drunk driving accidents, especially around the holidays. The experts behind drivingtests.org has offered 7 tips to protect us all from the danger of a drunk driver....

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Richard E. Lewis, P.S.

421 W Riverside Ave.
Suite 512
Spokane, WA 99201
(located in the Paulsen Center)

Phone: 509-413-1278
Fax: 509-458-5977