My Dog Doesn’t Bite

How many times have I heard someone say, “Oh, you don’t have to worry, my dog doesn’t bite”? Saying this seems to come as naturally to a dog owner as does peanut butter with jelly, or biscuits with gravy, or Jim Halpert with Pam Beesly. But I have a really Read more…

Dog On It

So, my Dad passed away last week. I know this blog isn’t normally personal, except in the personal injury sort of way, but since my readership consists primarily of my office, a few friends and other bots, and Google, I may as well go a little personal this week. This Read more…

Kennewick Speed Traps

A few years ago, I discovered a few of the Kennewick speed traps when I had the opportunity to help a friend fight a speeding ticket. Although there is rarely anything you can do to fight a speeding ticket, or infraction, sometimes it’s worth going through the motions. Those motions Read more…

Throwing money at education.

Tri-Cities Scholarships

Anderson Law is committed to giving back in as many ways as possible, including awarding scholarships annually to high school students in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas who are seeking higher education. There’s just one small problem: we need applicants to click right here and fill out one of the Read more…

The United States Constitution

The Role of Law

Lately, the role of law in society seems to have been put in question. Law is commonly defined as “the principles and regulations established in a community by some authority and applicable to its people, whether in the form of legislation or of custom and policies recognized and enforced by Read more…

duststorm pileup on 395

The Tri-Cities Wind

The regular Tri-Cities wind might be an “act of God” that causes car accidents, but that’s probably not the end of the story. In fact, just like driving in the snow and ice, driving in high winds could be an assumption of the risk on your part. So, if you Read more…

hibachi lunch

Hibachi-style giving

Not your typical charity When we were talking about giving back to the local Tri-Cities community, I have to admit that a hibachi-style meal through Hibachi Catering Tri-Cities wasn’t the first thing on my mind. And if you’ve ever seen a talented chef like Ivan, you’d realize that the entertainment Read more…