When A Train Accident Happens

After the tragic Amtrak derailment, many people are wondering what the responsibilities of railroad companies are and what the rights of those injured in train accidents are. We briefly look at these issues below. A Railroad Company’s Duty to Take Care Railroads are highly regulated businesses known as common carriers, mandated and controlled by acts…

What Does a Paralegal Do?

SO WHAT DOES A PARALEGAL DO, ANYWAY? Funny you should ask.  My name is Sasha Craft and I am a senior paralegal and the office manager here at Ressler & Tesh. But for now, I am going to talk about the paralegal part.  Have you ever wondered what a paralegal does at a personal injury…

Seattle’s Historic Exchange Building

The One and Only Historic Exchange Building in Seattle Ressler & Tesh, PLLC is located in the Penthouse Suite of the historic Exchange Building in downtown Seattle. The Exchange Building is one of Seattle’s art deco skyscrapers. The building was completed in 1931 and received landmark status in 1990. Both the First and Second Avenue…

Drunk Driving Statistics – The Difficult Facts Behind Drunk Driving

Despite the efforts of organizations like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), each year thousands of people are killed, and tens of thousands of people are injured, in drunk driving accidents. According to The United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 10,228 people were killed in vehicle accidents in 2010 where alcohol…

Distracted Driving – How Dangerous Is It?

Distracted Driving may be thought of as any activity that diverts a driver’s attention from driving. Distracted driving can consist of engaging in activities such as: Eating, Texting, Talking on a cell phone, Adjusting a radio, CD player, or other music device, Changing car settings, such as adjusting mirrors or changing the temperature, and Reading…

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