The Legislature made many changes to the Residential Landlord-Tenant Act: Are you prepared for the changes? Althauser Rayan Abbarno  attorneys Jake McGhie and Peter Abbarno gave a Residential Landlord-Tenant Act update to the Lewis County Chapter of Washington Realtors after the Washington State Legislature changed many provisions, and added a few, this past session! Our […]

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Vocational Counseling: L&I Workplace Injuries If you were injured at work and have an open L&I claim, you may be eligible for a Vocational Counselor. Vocational Counselors help injured workers and employers identify return to work options including job modifications. If no appropriate return to work options can be identified with your employer, the vocational […]

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Local L&I Injury Attorneys Delivering Results Althauser Rayan Abbarno has offices located in Centralia and Olympia and helps injured workers in Lewis and Thurston counties, and beyond. Established in 1946, our experienced attorneys are located where you work and where you live, our injury attorneys are available to meet with you to discuss your case, […]

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Students are back to school and buses are back on the road. The injury attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno want to our students to be safe and remind our local drivers of the law. Here is a remind of the School Bus Laws in the State of Washington.  Under Washington law, stopping for a school […]

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Can Bicyclists Be Charged With DUI? Labor Day Weekend is the last holiday before students return to school. Labor Day is the last holiday of the summer. Labor Day is generally celebrated with family and friends at a BBQ.  The attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno want to remind our community to drive safely, stay alert, […]

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Preserving Evidence After a Car Accident or Injury! Spoliation, in a legal context, is any act that renders potential evidence invalid, either intentionally or through negligence. In the case of a document, for example, destroying, altering or hiding it would all be considered spoliation if the document were relevant to current litigation. In personal injury […]

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Many of us spend more time at work than we do home with our families. That is why there is a term “work family”. We may also be more likely to have a workplace injury. The insult to injury is the attitude and demeanor change by “work family” after a workplace injury- it can become […]

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