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The Rain is Here! Avoid Collisions with Simple Driving Tips!

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The Winter Rain is Here! Driving tips from the local attorneys near you in Centralia and Olympia!   Many drivers forget the basics that could help them avoid a collision and car accident.  Here are a couple tips to keep you and your family safe. Plan Ahead Planning is easier said than done. The best advice […]

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Driving Safely with Back-To-School Traffic

Children are returning to school full-time after a long summer and hybrid/at-home school year in 2020. There is a lot of excitement in the air and vehicles on the road. The attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno remind you to drive safely and avoid collisions and injuries by staying alert. The National Safety Council and Washington […]

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Tricky Travel: Labor Day Gridlock or Smooth Sailin’

Summer is coming to an end, School is beginning, and travelers during the Labor Day weekend should plan ahead for extra congestion, including allowing extra time and traveling during non-peak times if possible. The day has become so unpredictable for travel that the American Automobile Association (AAA) has not created a formal travel forecast for […]

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Invalidating and Annulling A Marriage

Can You Annul or Invalidate a Marriage? Although this is a rare process, it is possible to obtain an annulment in Washington State under certain specific situations. Generally, annulments in Washington state are governed by RCW 26.09.040.  To obtain an annulment, you must establish that you fall within one of the statutory exceptions that allows […]

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Evidencing Vehicle Collisions and Fault

Do You Need a Police Report to Prove Fault in a Car Accident? A police report is not needed to prove fault or liability in a car accident, but having one can make it easier and will avoid disputes over liability. After a car accident, insurance companies often want to know who is the at-fault […]

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US Supreme Court Rules on Eviction Moratorium

The Supreme Court late Thursday, August 26, 2021, blocked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from enforcing the federal moratorium on evicting renters during the coronavirus pandemic. What does it mean? Meet with the Althauser Rayan Abbarno attorney near you in Olympia or Centralia by calling (360) 736-1301 or visiting www.CentraliaLaw.com

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New Health Emergency Labor Standards for Frontline Workers

Under the state’s industrial insurance laws, a worker who, in the course of employment, is injured or suffers disability from an occupational disease is entitled to certain benefits. Proving an occupational disease requires a worker to show the disease arose naturally and proximately out of employment. Certain occupations, such as firefighters, have a presumption that […]

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Fireworks-related deaths, injuries on the rise

The Attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno urge you to use fireworks legally, responsibly, and safely. Most people are already hearing the “boom” and it may be in violation of the local laws.  Injury and Fire Damage A new report by the U.S. consumer product safety commission shows, at least 18 people across the country died in […]

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New Workers’ Compensation Law Changes Structured Settlements.

Workers who, in the course of employment, are injured or disabled from an occupational disease are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, which may include medical, temporary time-loss, vocational rehabilitation benefits, and permanent disabilities benefits. Eligible workers have the option to settle parts of their workers’ compensation claims through structured settlements. Settlements are available for injured […]

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