Workers Compensation Benefits Rise by 2.6%

In order to keep up with inflation, Washington’s Department of Labor and Industries increases worker’s compensation benefits once per year, on July 1. This year, the increase was 2.6% as Washington’s average annual wage grew in 2015 to $56,273. State law requires that benefits be adjusted each year to reflect the change in the state’s average wage […]

Finding our way…

I have always been taught that if I can get my little self out of the way and open to the LOVE which is greater than all of us, the LOVE inspires, illuminates, and designates the way.

Finding a Solution

Regardless of the situation we may find ourselves in, we can take a moment, sit very still, quiet the mind, and appreciate one self.   This process opens the mind to receive the light/love that is trying to pour in, which can lead us to a solution.

Success Story: Ruth Helps Client Recover from Accident

I recently settled a hit and run road rage case. This is something I routinely see happening now. In this case my client was traveling to work in the early morning hours on I-405. His vehicle was side swiped by another vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. The driver that hit my client fled the scene […]

SSA improves process to discharge student loans for some beneficiaries

Bad news: Social Security disability benefits may be garnished if the beneficiary has outstanding student loans. Good news: Some student loans can be discharged if the former student is found to be disabled. Better news: The discharge process was recently simplified for those Social Security Disability beneficiaries who are totally permanently disabled. Generally, total permanent […]