Rhodeodendron Festival Ferris Wheel Incident

Ashton K. Dennis of Washington Law Center is representing multiple victims of the ferris wheel incident at the Rhododendron Festival on May 18, 2017. Our clients suffered severe and life threatening injuries. We understand that with this high profile incident there is a need for information; however, we request that all inquiries are directed to this firm for handling and a response.

For more information about this case please read the article below. If you have any information related to this case, please contact us immediately.

Port Townsend Ferris Wheel Accident

WATCH: NBC affiliate, KING5, interviews Attorney Ashton Dennis after video captures 19 people trapped on broken ride at Washington State Fair

September 5th, 2018 – KING5 News discusses another state fair ride, also run by Funtastic, malfunctions endangering 19 people at the Washington State Fair. King5 interviews attorney Ashton Dennis about the lack of safety oversight and regulation that the company faces.

Family hurt in Port Townsend ferris wheel fall sues ride operator

November 6th, 2017 – KING5 News provides an update on a ferris wheel accident where the family involved is pursuing damages from the ride operator.

State revokes operating permit for Ferris wheel after 3 fall from ride

May 24th, 2017 – KIRO7 News discusses a ferris wheel accident that caused 3 people to fall 30 feet to the ground in Port Townsend.

Accepting Childhood Sexual Abuse Victims from B.F. Day Elementary and Rainier Elementary

Washington Law Center strives to help victims of childhood sexual abuse and to that end, we are accepting clients who had the tragic and unfortunate experience to have been molested or inappropriately contacted by Phil McGee at B.F. Day Elementary or Rainier Elementary.

Phil McGee plead guilty to molesting charges and was sentenced to prison.  Although the Seattle School District had notice of ongoing inappropriate conduct it did not properly investigate or report the incidents.  According to the news outlets, “McGee, who had worked as a police chief in tiny Grand Coulee in Eastern Washington, ran a lively after-school ballroom dance class at B.F. Day, where he worked until 2002. There, he coached an all-girls group, made their costumes and gave them rides home.”  Phil McGee was also permitted to run a dance class with girls at Rainier View Elementary.  Phil McGee was convicted of molesting girls between 2002 and 2006.

Washington Law Center recently filed a $5 million dollar claim against the Seattle School District on behalf of another McGee victim and our experienced attorneys are always willing to meet and consult with other victims of McGee or other childhood sexual molestation and abuse.

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Current Cases of Interest - School Board

Former Seattle student files $3 million-plus claim against district, alleges molestation

July 28th, 2017 – The Seattle Times discusses a lawsuit in which WLC attorney, Ashton Dennis is representing one of the victims in this horrendous crime.

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