News & Recent Blog Posts

1 July 2015

Wrongful Death Lawsuit against Boeing Over Faulty Airbags

Watch KING5 News at 10 PM tonight to learn more about the complaint that our law firm filed against Boeing over a flawed airbag. This evening’s story provided high level details about how fathe... Read more

22 June 2015

Judge’s Latest Ruling Will Improve Yakima Residents’ Water Quality

If you have followed the work of Public Justice and its team of attorneys (including SKW attorney Brad Moore), you likely saw the news story this weekend about an important ruling that will improve th... Read more

19 June 2015

Remember to Research Any Recalls Before Buying that Jet Ski!

This summer is looking like it’s going to be a hot and dry one in the Pacific Northwest. Boating and aquatic sports enthusiasts are planning their trips already. Many of you might have plans to ... Read more

11 June 2015

Public Justice recognizes injured worker who lost both hands

In today’s The Guardian, injured worker Rosa Moreno shared how she lost both of her hands as an LG television machine worker. Her evoked such strong reactions–outraging and saddening ... Read more

9 June 2015

Tax Fraud Alert to WA State Medicaid and Other WA Consumers insured with Anthem

We are actively investigating a class action on behalf of all Washington State consumers who have received notification about their information affected as the result of the Anthem’s 2014 data b... Read more

9 June 2015

Moving story about injured cyclist Daniel Ahrendt

KOMO News did a great story on SKW client Daniel Ahrendt last night. Executive producer/reporter Nathan Wilson conveyed the resilience and bravery of Daniel and the entire Ahrendt family despite a nea... Read more

5 June 2015

Cyclist Run Over By Bus Continues His Long Recovery

A little over a month ago, cyclist commuter Daniel Ahrendt was on his way to his web developer job in the Georgetown neighborhood. A lifelong cyclist, Daniel saw that that Monday morning was dry and ... Read more

30 May 2015

School’s failure to teach hearing impaired results in $1 million for student

Born with a severe hearing disability, Jose Garcia and his family thought he would graduate in 2010 with the rest of his class from Grandview High School. But that year, when his mother, Maria, though... Read more

20 May 2015

Takata airbag recall makes history

The latest number is ~34 million vehicles that are now included in the Takata airbag recall. This means 1 out of every 5 cars likely has a dangerous airbag or some other defective part (see below). O... Read more

15 May 2015

A wealth of brain research in Seattle– hopefully brings us closer to addressing brain diseases.

Some of firm’s most heartbreaking cases are those that involve Brain Injury. Because of my father’s recent brain surgery, this topic strikes close to home. So, when I read today’s Se... Read more