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Washington State Lawmakers Open to Lowering Legal Limit

On behalf of Donald Carter at Carter & Fulton, P.S.

Drinking and driving is a serious problem and when someone in Snohomish County chooses to engage in this kind of behavior, innocent lives can be at risk. According to the Washington State Department of Transportation’s collision database, 230 people died in alcohol-related accidents and 460 people suffered injuries that were deemed serious in 2010.

Bubble Wrapping Our Children: Where Do We Draw the Line on Safety?

On behalf of Donald Carter at Carter & Fulton, P.S.

You don’t have to be a perfect parent to raise a well-adjusted kid, influential English pediatrician and child psychiatrist Donald Winnicott asserts. Therapists and psychologists are seeing more and more young adult patients who are feeling adrift in this world despite claiming they had perfect parents. The general consensus among these practitioners is that—maybe—children are being protected too much from the bumps and bruises life has to offer.

Dealing with Insurance in the Aftermath of a Crash

On behalf of Bradford Fulton at Carter & Fulton, P.S.

The immediate aftereffects of a motor vehicle accident can be difficult enough. Hopefully no one was seriously injured; if there were injuries, recovering takes the highest priority. Unfortunately, as anyone who has been in an accident knows, dealing with the crash involves more than just recuperating. You must also deal with insurance companies and the cost of medical expenses and lost wages.