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Tips for Driving in the Snow!

Cold, wet, and snowy weather can be both frightening and dangerous for travelers; especially when it is not an common occurrence. SW Washington is expected to receive up to a foot of snow. The attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno want you to remind you to drive carefully. Winter storms, bad weather and sloppy road conditions are a […]

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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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I was injured at work and my employer wants to choose my doctor!

I was injured at work and my employer wants to choose my doctor! An injured worker is not required to see a “company doctor” or the employer’s preferred doctor!  Injured workers have the right to choose their own doctor.  Injured workers also have the right to decide who, if anyone, will accompany them to the […]

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Halloween Safety Tips!

Halloween Safety Tips! The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that Halloween is one of the top three days for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. Although many families will be staying close to home during COVID-19, many drivers may not be expecting the trick-or-treaters who venture out on October 31st! Furthermore, the Centers for Disease Control […]

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Supporting Students in Lewis and Thurston Counties

The attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno are supporting students in both Lewis and Thurston counties with their sponsorship of the Centralia Back to School Supply Drive and The Little Red Schoolhouse Project.  Althauser Rayan Abbarno has offices in Centralia and Olympia. In Centralia, the Back-To-School Supply Drive was started by Althauser Rayan Abbarno partner Peter […]

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Centralia School Supply Drive

Each year a “Back to School/Stuff the Bus” supply drive is held in Centralia to benefit students in need. Last year the supply drive collected over $3,000 worth of monetary donations, clothing, and school supplies for our Centralia School District students. Why is this so important? Centralia School District is considered a high poverty district […]

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Explaining Governor Inslee’s Mask Order and Exceptions!

Governor Inslee and the Secretary of Health have signed a proclamation requiring all persons to wear a face covering in public in response to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Washington State, beginning  Friday, June 26, 2020. However, the order does not apply to all persons, and contains a few exceptions. The order states as […]

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Concealed Pistol Licenses (CPL) and face mask orders?

Does the Governor’s face mask order impact your Concealed Pistol License?  On Tuesday, Governor Jay Inslee ordered that all persons must wear a face mask in public when unable to social distance.  Does this order impact your rights under a Concealed Pistol License (CPL)? Althauser Rayan Abbarno, LLP Attorneys have received calls from Lewis and […]

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Trespassing Protester Denied ‘Necessity Defense’

The Washington State Court of Appeals, Division 3, recently denied a protesters claim that his trespass on a BNSF Railway Company mainline track was ‘necessary’ to end the transport of coal and end global warming. The decision, released on June 9, 2020, comes at a very relevant time as protesters occupy buildings, including Seattle City […]

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Eviction Moratorium Extended Again! What You Need to Know!

On June 2, 2020, Governor Inslee extended the State’s eviction moratorium as part of his office’s response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most evictions in the State of Washington are prohibited until no sooner than August 1, 2020. That moratorium was extended, again, this week! The actions that property owners can take are limited to very […]

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