-Automobile accident in which plaintiff suffered a neck injury leaving the client in chronic pain, resulting in a recovery of $750,000
-Automobile accident in which plaintiff suffered non-disabling neck injury preventing his continued employment as a pipe fitter, resulting in a recovery of $675,000
-Automobile accident in which plaintiff suffered an eye injury, resulting in a recovery of $250,000
-Automobile accident in which plaintiff suffered a neck injury, treated by surgical fusion, resulting in a recovery of $200,000
-Automobile accident in which plaintiff sustained non-surgical neck injury, resulting in recovery of $170,000
-Many automobile accident cases in which plaintiffs' recovery was in excess of $100,000
-Psychiatric Malpractice, resulting in recovery of $650,000
-Disability insurance recovery for plaintiff with chemical sensitivity of $177,825
-Medical Malpractice recovery for retained instrument following surgery of $150,000
-Chiropractic Negligence policy limits resulting in a recovery of $100,000
-Slip and Fall injury resulting in a recovery of $135,000
I represented plaintiffs in lawsuit on behalf of over 200 mobile home park residents challenging rezone of Mobile Home Park to allow big box commercial development. This resulted in settlement in which Mobile Home Park residents purchased the property thus securing their long-term residential interests.
I participated in path breaking litigation Birklid v. Boeing in which the Washington Supreme Court redefined the "deliberate intention" to injure test, allowing the first recovery for intentional injuries on the part of a Washington workers in over 75 years.
I was plaintiff's Counsel in Dreier v. United States, 106 F.3d 844 (1996), in which the Ninth Circuit allowed the widow of a serviceman killed on the base at Fort Lewis to sue the government, expanding the exceptions of the "incident to military service" barr first announced in Feres vs. United States.
Dreier v. United States, 106 F.3d 844 (1996)