Tag Archives: WA State Law

May 2014 Personal Injury News

The Law Office of David S. Roth is pleased to present the following highlights from recent lawsuits, recalls, and events:

National Lawsuits

A 28-year-old man from Ellicott City, MD died last year on April 21st, 2013 after participating in a Tough Mudder obstacle race in nearby Gerrardstown, West Virginia. His mother recently filed a wrongful death...
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March 2014 Personal Injury News

Your personal injury news brief from Roth Legal each month has important information about cases and recalls that might affect you. In this summary, learn more about a national case for Vietnam veterans diagnosed with PTSD, a local lawsuit of note, and a local product recall.

National Lawsuit

Five veterans who fought in Vietnam, as well as...
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Pedestrian Rights & Responsibilities on Crosswalks

It’s well known that pedestrians have the right-of-way when crossing the street via a marked or unmarked crosswalk (subject to signals and other laws). While it isn’t legally required, it is critical for pedestrian safety to make eye contact with the driver of any approaching vehicles. This is necessary to determine whether the driver...
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January 2014 Personal Injury News

For your safety, and that of your friends and loved ones, it’s important to stay in the know about your rights in cases of personal injury. Once each month, we will be updating this blog with brief snippets of personal injury news to shed light on happenings nearby and around the world.

Local Lawsuit

In local news,...
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