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Tarabochia v. Danna (car accident)

Dan Tarabochia sustained catastrophic injuries to his spine and brain, arising from a major car accident. He was forced to give up his livelihood and passion as a commercial fisherman.

Lewis v. City of Tacoma and Tyler v. Tacoma

Our firm has filed two lawsuits on behalf of the families of two young adults, Cale Tyler and Alexandria Lewis, who were killed at a deceptively dangerous railroad crossing in the Old Town section of Tacoma, which cuts through the only pedestrian path to the popular waterfront.  In each case, a slow freight train passed… Read More

Nelly (a.k.a.) Cornell Iral Haynes, Jr. alleged rape

NOTE: This case is in its earliest stages. Due to the high profile nature of this case, we have created this page to provide relevant articles from the press and various news outlets. Attorneys for alleged rape victim, Nelly lob jobs as Auburn police investigation, Seattle Times, October 10, 2017  

Estate of Charleena Lyles v. City of Seattle

NOTE: This case has not reached any result as it is still in the earliest stages. However, given the national and local interest in the case, we have provided the initial case profile below. Please check back frequently, as we will continue to provide updates by way of this webpage. News articles regarding the autopsy report… Read More

Wuthrich v. King County

The 2016 Wuthrich v. King County decision makes roadways in our state safer for everyone. In a unanimous decision handed down on Wuthrich, the Washington State Supreme Court held that a municipality has a duty to take reasonable steps to address overgrown roadside vegetation that makes the roadway unsafe for drivers approaching an intersection. Wuthrich advances roadway safety for… Read More

Kirkland v. Emhart Glass, S.A.

Michael Kirkland, a resident of Vancouver, Washington, worked at a glass bottle manufacturer, Cameron Glass in Kalama. He was experienced in the glass industry, having worked for about 30 years at two other glass container manufacturing plants. On November 26, 2008, Mike slipped and accidentally fell onto the conveyor. He landed on a red hot bottle,… Read More

Lee v. Willis Enterprises, 194 Wn.App. 394 (2016)

The Court of Appeals affirmed a summary judgment ruling finding the defendant negligent for sticking a screwdriver into an energized high voltage electrical device. Rejecting the defense argument that the foreseeability of an arc blast and injury to a bystander were questions of fact for the jury, the court held that “it is foreseeable as… Read More

Moothart v. State of Washington

A Thurston County jury awarded a Vancouver man almost $3 million for multiple injuries caused by a pavement edge drop-off on a highway on-ramp. Todd Moothart, a 50-year-old software development engineer, was on a motorcycle ride with two friends on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in September 2013. Their plan was to head east on State… Read More

In the News

Our lawyers are no stranger to the local media and news reporters. When there is a catastrophic injury, death or consumer protection case, reporters often turn to lawyers at our firm. Below is a partial list of stories and articles that include interviews of our attorneys and clients. Puyallup police officer’s traffic direction led to deadly… Read More

Baker v. U.S. Legal

When a plaintiff files a lawsuit that an insurance company must defend, justice requires that both parties are charged the same costs for the same services. This includes charges incurred for court reporting (e.g., deposition transcriptions). Washington statute regulates the practice of court reporting. Certified reporters are officers of the court. They have ethical responsibilities to litigants and the bench…. Read More

Renton Theater Shooting Case

On July 20, 2012, 12 innocent people were killed and 70 injured in a Colorado movie theater during a showing of The Dark Knight Arises. The gunman was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. On July 24, 2015, 2 innocent people were killed and 9 injured in a Louisiana movie theater during a showing… Read More

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