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Andrew Y. Kim

Andrew Kim’s Legal Guides

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  • Texting and Driving Worse Than Drinking and Driving

    In a recent articlefrom CNBC, a study shows that textingwhile driving is more dangerous than driving above the legal blood alcohol content levels.Car and Driver Magazine conducted a study to test the driver's response time to brake by installing a red light in a vehicle, alerting...

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  • Settlement Calculators for Car Accidents & Other Personal Injury Claims

    Looking for a Settlement Calculator?There are a number of settlement calculators on the internet. People often go looking for these settlement calculators andsettlement formulas after they have been injured in an accident and are trying to determine how much money to request from...

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  • Did you know we represent kids for free?

    Most attorneys charge between 33% and 40% of the total recovery when a child's car accident is settled before a lawsuit is filed. Andrew is a father of two young children and feels that kids are special and if a child's car accident case is settled without filing a lawsuit, then ...

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  • Washington Motorcycle Accident Rates Rise With Gas Prices

    Did you know that the rate of motorcycle accidents rise right along with rising gas prices? According to the Washington State Patrol, motorcycle accidents and motorcycle fatalities skyrocketed in 2008, the same year that gas prices rose over four dollars a gallon across the state...

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  • How long does it take to get a divorce finalized?

    To start the divorce process, the petitioner files the Summons and Petition for Dissolution with the Superior Court in the county in which either party lives (*). The petitioner must also serve the other party, the respondent, with the same papers. There is a 90 day waiting perio...

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  • Is it legal for bicyclists to ride on the solid white line between the bike lane and the car lane of

    : RCW 46.61.770, regarding biking on roadways and bicycle paths: (1) Every person operating a bicycle upon a roadway at a rate of speed less than the normal flow of traffic at the particular time and place shall ride as near to the right side of the right through lane as is saf...

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  • The Pregnant Woman's Guid to Buckling Up

    If you're pregnant and have questions about seat belt use, follow these tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: "I'm pregnant. Should I wear a seat belt?"YES! Doctors recommend it. In a crash, a seatbelt is the best protection for both you and your unborn c...

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  • What Are The Divorce Laws In Washington State?

    Divorce laws differ from state to state, and knowing the specifics of your home state's laws is important in understanding how your divorce settlement may play out. The following are a few Washington State divorce laws: There is only one legal ground for divorce in Washington S...

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  • Easy Steps to Properly Fit a Bicycle Helmet

    To select and properly fit for a bicycle helmet, follow these helmet fitting instructions provided by The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration: Step One: SIZETry the helmet on to ensure it fits snuggly.While it is sitting flat on top of your head, make sure the helm...

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  • How to Spot a Drunk Driver

    When we get behind the wheel, we can be certain that we are sober and safe to drive. But there is no way to know if the other drivers we are sharing the road with have the same certainty. It is important to be alert of other drivers' behavior to protect you and your passengers fr...

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