Following the Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 fuselage panel blowout and the subsequent lawsuits levied against Alaska Airlines and Boeing, a whistleblower has claimed it to be the fault of Boeing and its quality control. The whistleblower posted his comments to an aviation website where he appeared to have access to Boeing’s manufacturing records for the […]
Washington State prioritizes the safety of construction workers through robust regulations. One crucial law, WAC 296-155-360, mandates that construction companies guarantee the safe usage of power-operated hand tools, including electric and pneumatic tools. Focus on WAC 296-155-360 WAC 296-155-360 outlines specific requirements for power-operated hand tools to safeguard workers during construction activities. Comprehending the details
On January 5, 2024, an Alaska Airlines flight experienced a fuselage blowout on a Boeing 737 MAX 9 at an altitude of 16,000 feet. The blowout caused reported fear and panic among passengers, as well as some injuries and loss of personal belongings, and is now resulting in lawsuits against Alaska Airlines and Boeing. Suzannah
Securing Heights: Navigating Washington’s Safety Standards for Elevated Work Platforms (WAC 296-880-30015)
In Washington State, stringent regulations are in place to prioritize the safety of construction workers. One pivotal legislation, WAC 296-880-30015, underscores the imperative for construction companies to furnish secure elevated work platforms for their workforce: WAC 296-880-30015 – Elevating Work Platforms This comprehensive section is applicable to various types of elevating work platforms within the
In Washington, the well-being of our most vulnerable citizens, including residents of nursing homes, is paramount. That’s why WAC 388-97-0640 serves as a vital shield, protecting residents’ right to live free from abuse and neglect. Let’s delve into this crucial regulation and understand how it empowers you to protect your loved ones in Washington’s nursing
On Monday, January 8, 2024, the southbound I-5 was closed after a multi-vehicle collision involving a semi-truck. The Washington State Department of Transportation interactive map indicated that southbound traffic was backed up from Ohio Street to Slater Road. State Patrol Officer Kelsey Harding said minor injuries were reported as a result of the collision.
Amanda Carmody, an associate with GLP Attorneys, was published in the November 2023 issue of Trial News, a monthly publication from the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ). In the article, “Practice Kindness,” Amanda emphasizes the importance of embracing kindness within the legal profession, particularly in the context of mental health and well-being. Drawing from her experience in personal
GLP Attorneys showed off their Halloween spirit firm-wide! Thank you to all our amazing colleagues who made the day entertaining and fun. We hope you had a spook-tacular day. 🎃🦇 If you are interested in working for a personal injury firm with a great culture, please visit our website to view available openings: https://lnkd.in/gHXhPuY
GLP is proud to sponsor the 2023 Washington State Chiropractic Association Connect Conference! The event will be held this Friday-Saturday, October 27-28, at the Hilton Seattle Airport and Conference Center. Chiropractors around the state will gather to network, share fellowship, and learn best practices. If you are attending, please visit our GLP Attorneys booth! We
GLP Attorneys was proud to sponsor the American Physical Therapist Association of Washington 2023 Convention and for the opportunity to connect with physical therapists across the state. Thank you to Attorneys & Partners John Acken and Dave Barrett for attending the tradeshow along with our Community Engagement Manager, Angela Heath.