Elder Care Negligence

Elder Care Negligence As our population ages, more and more seniors find themselves living under the partial or total care of others. Sometimes this means family members, but often this involves an elder care facility. Examples include nursing or convalescent homes,...

Product Liability

Product Liability “Product Liability” is when a manufacturer or seller of a defective product is held to be liable for allowing that product to find its way into the marketplace, and into the hands of a consumer. The law generally requires that products meet “ordinary...

Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse survivors are far too frequently ignored in our criminal justice system. Even if their abusers are criminally prosecuted, many survivors feel that the sentences were too lenient and that the neither the prosecutor nor the judge really listened or cared...

Corporate/ Government Liability

Corporate/ Government Liability Corporations are not people. They are business entities registered with the Secretary of State with a primary goal of turning a profit. Most companies are mindful of the public and seek to safely provide products and services to their...

Wrongful Termination

Wrongful Termination When it comes to employment, Washington is an “at-will” state. In other words, your boss can fire you “at will,” regardless of how well you’ve performed in the past. There are certain exceptions to this (union employees for example), but for the...