<Click on the link above for more information>
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Monday, April 18, 2016
Every year in the state of Washington 300 or more people will die in automobile collisions. The emotional loss is incalculable, and the family’s financial losses are enormous. Thousands more people are injured each year in the Evergreen State. Buses, motorcycles, SUV’s, trucks, cars, etc. may become dangerous machines when operated without caution.
Most of us know that after collisional injury or death we must seek aggressive representation to protect ourselves from the insurance adjusters who will try to minimize your injuries, or even get you to “settle” with them before the extent of your injuries emerge. The insurance companies develop tactics in conjunction with their defense attorneys, and you need your attorney too. The insurance adjuster-defense industry will always minimize your losses, and try to find ways to make you responsible for the collision, in whole or in part. They push, and push, as far as they can.
Spokane personal injury auto-collision attorney Craig Mason will not tolerate those shenanigans. Do not waste another minute - contact attorney Craig Mason today (509) 443-3681, and explain your or your loved one’s plight.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Non-compete agreements are often imposed on you at the last moment to keep or get a job. You don't think about it until you are fired or wish to pursue a better opportunity. The non-compete agreements that appear to prohibit you from working for a competitor, or opening your own business, are often unenforceable in fact.
For example, your prospective new job may not even violate the terms of the non-compete that you signed years ago. Also, many of these documents are too vague to be enforced, or they are overbroad, or they unduly limit competition.
In many different situations, a non-compete agreement may be defeated, or limited in its reach and duration. If you live in Eastern Washington you need strong representation to protect your future. Contact Spokane attorney Craig Mason at (509) 443-3681 today and explain your situation.