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Travis Jameson

Travis Jameson is highly regarded by his clients, peers and opponents for his intensity, creativity and passion in the courtroom. As a proud trial lawyer, he is fiercely protective of his clients and is relentlessly determined in his pursuit for justice on their behalf. He is passionate in his constant fight to make our communities safer and more just.

His causes include:
› Governmental Malfeasance;
› Corporate/Insurance Malfeasance;
› Defective Products;
› Wrongful Death and Serious Injury;
› Medical Negligence.

Travis firmly believes that every aspect of him as a person defines and shapes his views–from poker and sports to philosophy and popular culture, as well as his connections with the community–all of which helps him understand his clients’ needs.

He has received many accolades, including recognition and selection to Super Lawyers, AVVO Client Choice award, and others. Most rewarding are the “thank you” and embraces from clients at the conclusion of their cases. Bonding with his clients often results in genuine friendship and mutual admiration.
If you or a loved one have been wronged, or are a fellow trial lawyer interested in associating our trial services, please feel free to Travis directly at travis@stritmatter.com.
Some of Travis’ recent notable cases include:
Confidential v Corporation  (2017) $1 million settlement for client that suffered cervical injuries requiring a fusion in an auto crash.
Confidential v Confidential (2017) $2 million settlement for wrongful death resulting from improper diagnosis of medical condition.
Hein v City of Bothell (2017) $1.35 million settlement for auto collision causing placenta abruption, premature birth and wrongful death of 26 week old fetus.
Benton v. Kaiser (2015) $4 million global settlement fund for class members tested for HIV without their consent in Washington and Oregon.
Confidential v Confidential (2015) $4.5 million settlement for a client that suffered a traumatic brain injury from a defective product.
Cione v Yoshida (2014) $925,000 settlement for a client that suffered cervical injuries resulting in facet syndrome.

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Memberships
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyers, National Trial Lawyers Association, 2012
  • Washington State Association for Justice, EAGLE Member
  • American Association for Justice
  • Nevada Justice Association
Presentations
  • Washington State Association for Justice, 2014 Summer Convention, Luvera Seminar, "Small Faces, Big Recoveries: Exploring Facet Syndrome"
Representative Matters
Benton v. Kaiser Permanente
Privacy and freedom of choice are sacred commodities in a world that blurs these rights at the foot of governmental and ...
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