Travis has been practicing law for over 10 years. He offers extensive experience in representing clients who have sustained serious personal injury.
Some of Travis’ notable cases include a $2 million recovery of an automobile collision injury that resulted in a lumbar fusion.
His representation of a car crash injury victim in Cione v. Yoshida. (2013) resulted in the largest settlement of $915,000 for a solely facet based injury reported in Nevada. Travis is also responsible for the state’s next highest recovery of $769,999 for such an injury in Mirkovic v. F.I.E. (2010).
Travis obtained a $500,000 recovery in the Welton case, where the client suffered a neck injury and severe headaches as the result of a car crash. He also represented a client who was injured on the job, which resulted in a $600,000 recovery.
Mr. Jameson holds a special regard for police officers. (See his Lion’s Pledge, where he will donate a significant portion of the full recovery to police funds of the client’s choice.) When he was asked to take over as lead counsel for a Seattle Police Department officer who had been injured in an intersection collision he did so gladly. Our client was a disfavored driver in an uncontrolled intersection dispute suffering cervical and lumbar sprains.Travis was successfully able to argue that comparative fault should be minimal. Our client received payment within a week of the award.
- University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR
Outside the Office
Travis enjoys spending his free time traveling, running, and lifting weights.
- Top 100 Trial Lawyers, National Trial Lawyers Association, 2012
- Washington State Association for Justice, EAGLE Member
- American Association for Justice
- Nevada Justice Association
- Washington State Association for Justice, 2014 Summer Convention, Luvera Seminar, “Small Faces, Big Recoveries: Exploring Facet Syndrome”
Some of Travis's Cases
- Benton v. Kaiser Permanente
- A $4 million settlement of a class action for the reckless violation of patient rights in testing for HIV without patient knowledge or consent. Between April 11, 2013 and May 6, 2013, Kaiser Permanent illegally tested thousands without their knowledge and consent.