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Where's the next mountain to climb?
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Driverless cars are still coming to the Tri-Cities, and questions still need to be answered. Is it permissible to program a car to swerve toward the older people when the choice is between younger and older victims? Who will be liable for an accident caused by a driverless car? Will personal injury attorneys in Kennewick be able to fight for your rights if you have been injured, or will a computer decide your fate? Read our latest blog post where we discuss these questions and more: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/the-ethics-of-driverless-cars-170.php 

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Who here is ready to buy a driverless car? I will not be an early adopter, but I would like to see them on the road, especially locally in Kennewick, Pasco, or Richland. As a personal injury attorney, I spend a lot of time focusing on the flaws of the system and the harm that could result due to a minor miscalibration. There will be lots of car accidents initially, but in the long run it will be a great thing. Here is some information about how and when they will appear in your neighborhood: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/driverless-cars-the-future-is-here-almost-168.php

Road rage, anyone? We see a couple of road rage cases a year here at the office, but most of the time road rage incidents don't end up as collisions and injury claims. Have you ever been a victim of someone's rage? Edwardo Morfin, one of the Kennewick attorneys at Anderson Law, shares his experience here: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/road-rage-musings-of-a-personal-injury-attorney-161.php

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If you like driving in the Tri-Cities rain, October has been the perfect month. If you don't and are worried about getting into a car accident, here are a few tips that can keep you free from personal injury: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/driving-in-the-rain-157.php

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Ok, she didn't call me a jerk. She called me something worse, but I figured I would sanitize the account for public consumption. The point is, she took her time to yell at me and tell me I didn't belong on the road. No bikes on the road? What? She wasn't the first and she wasn't the last, but she was still wrong. Cyclists belong on the road, on a road of safe and courteous drivers. Here's to hoping that she, or someone like her, will acknowledge that cyclists are people, too: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/bicyclists-are-people-too-151.php

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A jury trial isn't everything you would hope it is, but sometimes it is the most effective way of resolving a claim. This is the second half to my June installment: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/i-want-my-day-in-court-ndash-part-2-147.php

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I hope you never need an attorney, especially for a car crash or other personal injury claim. But if you do, please ask around and find out who is willing to take your claim as far as it needs to go. Although we are almost always successful when we file in Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland, we try to avoid the additional stress and expense it puts on our clients. My partner, Ned, is in trial right now, so I've written a little about the process. More to come next week.

http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/i-want-my-day-in-court-ndash-part-1-140.php

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Pablo Picasso once said, "Never permit a dichotomy to rule your life, a dichotomy in which you hate what you do so you can have pleasure in your spare time. Look for a situation in which your work will give you as much happiness as your spare time."

I enjoy my job. Sometimes I even love my job. I hope everyone in the office feels the same and can identify with Picasso's statement. This year, because Anderson Law is focusing a little more on community involvement in our spare time, I think it's even more likely. Last Saturday, a bunch of us left Kennewick and spent time helping Habitat for Humanity build some homes in Pasco. It was a great experience for everyone involved! Here is our paralegal Diane Austin's account: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/habitat-for-humanity-139.php
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At Anderson Law, we spend the majority of our time handling personal injury claims and representing injured Tri-Cities residents in their claims against insurance companies. However, we also spend a substantial amount of time volunteering in the community of Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland. In the past, this has included time at 2nd Harvest, the Union Gospel Mission, and the Benton Franklin Human Society. Edwardo Morfin discusses some of our other service opportunies here: http://www.andersonlawwa.com/posts/with-great-power-comes-great-responsibility-138.php
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