PLG Blog

$130,000 for trip and fall against dept. of transportation

Casey's client tripped over a piece of fencing that was negligently maintained by the Washington Department of Transportation. She used her hands to break the fall and in doing so she fractured her wrist. She was very pleased with the $130,000 settlement.

Pump and dump scheme in violation of sec regulations = no jail time

 Over a several-year period, Casey fought for a client accused of being involved in a "pump and dump" scheme in violation of SEC regulations and federal laws. The client was charged with several felonies as well as sued civilly by the SEC. The client entered a guilty...

Second degree assault with firearm enhancement dismissed

Casey assisted a client being prosecuted for assault in the second degree with a firearm enhancement in King County Superior Court (Regional Justice Center). The client was also charged with a misdemeanor assault. By way of negotiation with the prosecutor, Casey was...

Elderly shoplifting case dismissed

An elderly client with dementia was referred to Casey after being arrested and charged with shoplifting for leaving a Fred Meyer grocery store without paying for the items in her cart. After procuring letters from the client's doctors and explaining the circumstances...

Harassment & assault = not guilty at trial

Noland was bumped in the bathroom of a crowded, public area, in close quarters. Thinking nothing of it, he went to the sink to wash his hands. That’s when he realized the man who had bumped into him was angrily staring him down. Telling him in so many words to buzz...