Do you feel like you are swimming upstream after an Injury? Medical Costs, Lost Wages, Car Repairs . . . and the bills keep coming! You don’t have to struggle after a car accident or workplace injury! You and your family should not have to struggle to get medical treatment and fair compensation. Contact Althauser […]

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The Injury Attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno are proud sponsors of the Seattle Seahawks Injury Report and the live broadcast of the Seahawks games on KELA-KMNT 104.3 and AM1470. For more than 70 years, Althauser Rayan Abbarno has been helping individuals and businesses in our community. Car Accident, Workplace Injury, Personal Injury, call the experienced […]

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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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The attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno have offices in Centralia and Olympia and offer Free Injury Consultations by calling (360) 736-1301.  Since 1946, Althauser Rayan Abbarno has represented individuals in our community injured at work, in car accidents, and due to the negligence of others. Regardless of the nature or extent of your injury we […]

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If you are unlucky enough to have been injured in a car, motorcycle, bicycle, or pedestrian collision, the injury is just the beginning. The stress of lost wages, family strain, insurance company calls, and paperwork is just beginning.  Choosing the right  personal injury attorney can help your recovery. Whether a minor injury, catastrophic injury, or […]

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For many, Memorial Day Weekend is the official beginning to summer.  Spending time with family, remembering our fallen military members, and taking advantage of a three-day weekend are all reasons people will travel this weekend. There will be an estimate 42.75 million travelers this weekend; a 4% increase from 2018.  It’s an incredibly dangerous time […]

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