Confidential Parties

$10 million settlement for a young girl who suffered partial paralysis due to the acts of the defendant.

Blanchard v. King County Housing Authority and Allied Group, Inc.

$7 million policy limit settlement plus an undisclosed seven figure amount from additional defendants.

Kitzhaber vs. Avis Rent-a-Car Group

$5 million recovery for the wife and children of an employee who died after falling down a manlift shaft at the Avis parking garage in Seattle, WA.

K.W. (minor) vs. Olympic Eagle Distributing and Michael Lehman

$4.5 million recovery for a 3 year old girl who was hit by a semi-truck sustaining liver damage and PTSD.

McDonald v. City of Port Orchard, Ives, Ludwig, and Prestige Properties

$3.5 million recovery for defective roadway design case when pedestrian was walking at night on a flooded roadway and was hit by a car.

Bradley v. Sunhealthcare Group

$3.5 million settlement for a 97 year old man who was neglected in a nursing home such that his genitalia fell off. This is one of the largest recoveries for a nursing home abuse case ever in the State of Washington.

Galstad vs. KGM and AUS

$3 million settlement for a diver working on the 520 bridge project who sustained a permanent back injury.  

Estate of Gadd v. Grigsby et al.

Judgments exceeding $3 million to the husband and estate of a deceased wife/mother who was killed by a fleeing felon.

J.S and M.S. v. Mirikeen Homes and Oso Construction Services

$3 million for two construction workers who were injured when a two story pre-fabricated wall fell on them.

Griswold v. Fred Meyer Stores

$2.7 million verdict for woman who was hit by a furniture dolly at Fred Meyer, resulting in CRPS. This is the largest reported CRPS result in the State of Washington.

Wise and Davis vs. State Farm and Streich

$2.305 million settlement for a family of three who were injured in a motor vehicle collision. Initially, the insurance company claimed there was only $300,000 in coverage, but was eventually forced to disclose an extra $2 million umbrella. The resolution included all available insurance plus $5000 from the tortfeasor.

Walden v. Pick N Pull and Emerald Services, Inc.

$2.25 million recovery for a man who was involved in an explosion at a scrap yard, sustaining a brain injury to his pituitary gland.

J. A. v. B.O.

$2.1 million for a young girl injured in a single car collision sustaining a severe brain injury.

Chamness v. Harkness Logging & Trucking

$2 million policy limit for a 42 year old logger permanently injured when a co-worker cut a tree that fell and crushed him.

Walsh v. Restaurant Owner and Contractor

$2 million settlement for woman who sustained a traumatic brain injury when she fell down a stairway which was in violation of building codes.

Injured Worker v. General Contractor

$2 million settlement for a worker who was paralyzed while working on a job site.

Estate of Javellana v. Sono Bello

$1.87 million recovery after a 28 year old woman died after liposuction surgery. This case was covered extensively in the media.

R.F. and W.F. v. G.B. and W.M.

$1.8 million for the parents of a young 6 month old who tragically died in a motor vehicle collision.  

Kavran v. EAN Holdings d/b/a Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Ryan

$1.65 million settlement for a 54 year old woman who was rear-ended, causing cervical herniations and the need for a three-level cervical fusion.

Bae v. Lakeside Adult Family Home

$1.5 million settlement for an elderly nursing home resident who was given the wrong medication (morphine), killing her. The nursing home hid their $1M and $500K insurance policies for over four years before finally being forced to pay.

B.H. v. Hallerbach

$1.5 million recovery for a 36 year old husband and father who received serious and permanent left foot, neck and back injuries when his car was hit head on by an oncoming vehicle that negligently crossed the centerline.

L.B. v. K.C. & C.B.

$1.5 million policy limit settlement for woman who suffered burns over 15% of her body.

M. P. v. S.F.

$1.4 million verdict for a husband and wife who were injured in a low-speed collision resulting in both needing surgery.

Hampton v. Ralph’s Concrete Pumping

$1.4 million for a man who was sprayed by hot concrete during a hose-whip incident on a job site injuring his back and knee.

R.C. v. Aviation Company

$1.3 million recovery for a woman who was badly injured when the small plane she was in crashed due to faulty mechanical work.

Estate of Brathwaite v. DSHS

$1.3 million recovery after DSHS placed an elderly man in an unlicensed adult family home where he was neglected, leading to his death.

In re O.L.

$1.25 million policy limits settlement for a woman who fractured her leg in a head on collision.

Walker v. Swan

$1.25 million settlement for a 26 year old woman who was hit while riding her bicycle, sustaining an ankle fracture. This is one of the largest ankle fracture recoveries ever in the State of Washington.

Knight v. Blackman

1.2 million settlement for a minor diagnosed with major depressive disorder following a rear end motor vehicle collision.

Taylor v. Laurent and Hummel

$1.1 million policy limit settlement for a bike rider hit in a cross walk in Bellevue, sustaining multiple broken bones in her foot.

C.E. v. Estee Lauder

$1.1 million recovery for a woman who was in a car collision in Colorado, suffering a traumatic brain injury.

M. F. v. Brundage-Bone Concrete, et al.

$1.1 million for a man who was injured on a construction site when a cement hose hit him.

H.S. v. Leenders Drywall

$1.1 million for a woman who suffered multiple leg fractures in a car accident.

R.J. v. Royal and Sunalliance USA

$1.1 million recovery for a Pepsi delivery driver who sustained serious and permanent injuries as a result of a head on automobile collision.

Leebolt vs. F/V Arctic Fury

$1.1 million settlement (with offset) for maritime settlement for a seaman who fell into an open fish hold, injuring his neck, back, wrist, and shoulder, requiring surgery.

S.C. v. L.M.

$1.02 million resolution for a woman who suffered a cervical spine injury in a motor vehicle collision.

Lacrosse v. Roadlink Workforce Solutions

$1 million for an individual who suffered a serious cervical disc injury that required major surgery after a pallet fell on him.

M.M. v. T.L. 

$1 million settlement for permanent facial scarring caused by an altercation in a bar.

Estate of M.A. v. M.W. and W.I.

$1 million policy limits settlement for the wrongful death of a 38 year old man who had a wife and seven children. For five years, the insurance company refused to pay a cent more than $25,000 (which a former attorney told the wife she should take) because they claimed there was no coverage for an employee. Two months before trial, the insurance company finally tendered the insurance policy limits.

M.W. v. Swan Net USA

$1 million result for a man who was seriously injured, suffering extensive brain damage when he was buried under a massive, heavy fishing net due to the manufacturer’s failure to properly place warnings and instructions on how to properly and safely transport the net.

L.S. v. Norris Homes Inc.

$1 million settlement for a construction worker who was injured on the first day on the job when a large truss beam fell off of the framing because it was not secured before other beams were being placed into the framing causing serious facial fractures and brain trauma.

Aidruss v. AMG Express

$1 million policy limits settlement for a truck driver/passenger whose arm got crushed when the driver took a turn too fast, rolling the truck over onto the passenger side.

In the Matter of B.E.

$1 million settlement for a man injured in a car accident.


$1 million recovered on behalf of an individual who had suffered a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder after being involved in a rear-end car accident. 

M.M. v. T.L.

$1 million policy limit settlement for a woman who was hit in the face with a glass by an intoxicated individual in a bar in Spokane, WA.

Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.