These are some of the case results that were the achieved by the personal injury attorneys at Washington Law Center. The verdicts and settlements are indicative of the quality of work you can expect from our team. You can also see many examples of the types of cases that we represent at Washington Law Center. They include car accidents, medical malpractice, sexual abuse, trucking accidents and other forms of personal injury that are the direct result of someone else’s negligence.

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FLYTE v. SUMMIT VIEW CLINIC (2015)

$16,700,000 verdict against a clinic that failed provide informed consent to a pregnant woman during the H1N1 (Swine Flu) pandemic of 2009. Total recovery for clients exceeded $22 million.

ESTATE OF BLANKENSHIP v. BRYAN’S AUTOMOTIVE, et. al. (2016)

$2,600,000 policy limits settlement for alleged negligence of automotive repair facility and co-defendants for the death of minor.

D.Y. v. DSHS (2018)

$1,600,000 for a man that was repeatedly abused in a multiple foster care settings with his siblings.

K.F. v. DSHS (2017)

$1,500,000 settlement for a child and adoptive parents for negligent placement in the foster care setting leading to horrific prolonged abuse.

M.Y. v. DSHS (2019)

$1,500,000 for a man that was abused as a child in multiple foster care settings.

CONFIDENTIAL v. CONFIDENTIAL (2018)

$1,100,000 civil rights settlement for failure to provide adequate medical care.

L.A. v. CONFIDENTIAL (2017)

$1,000,000 settlement for a woman who was sexually assaulted in a local in-patient setting.

Woods v. CONFIDENTIAL (2018)

$1,000,000 settlement for a man injured by forklift along with L&I benefits potentially for life.

CONFIDENTIAL v. CONFIDENTIAL (2019)

$900,000 plus significant L&I benefits for victim and her spouse after an elevator injury causing life-long injuries.

CONFIDENTIAL v. CONFIDENTIAL

$850,000 family injured by drunken driver.

WINTERS v. PACIFIC CARGO SERVICES, LLC (2013)

$850,000¬†in recovery for injured pedestrian where investigating ofÔ¨Ācer¬†found no fault on behalf of the defendant driver.

CONFIDENTIAL v. CONFIDENTIAL (2016)

$800,000¬†conÔ¨Ādential settlement for individual alleging bad faith against¬†her insurance company. Total recovery for client exceeded $1 million.

CONFIDENTIAL v. CONFIDENTIAL (2013)

$700,000¬†settlement plus a lifetime of pension beneÔ¨Āts for a victim¬†involved in a truck v. train collision.

GIBSON v. SKYCHEFS (2013)

$670,000 ¬†settlement plus a lifetime of pension beneÔ¨Āts for a client struck¬†by a box truck.

J.M. v. DSHS (2016)

$650,000 settlement for an adult who was abused in foster care as a child.

S.B. v. DSHS (2019)

$600,000 for a man that was placed at a Kiwanis home that was insufficiently supervised by the State.

TAYLOR v. UNIGARD (2013)

$500,000 policy limits settlement for a victim suffering permanent injuries.

CONFIDENTIAL v. CONFIDENTIAL (2014)

$450,000 settlement for client asserting bad faith, IFCA and CPA claims against their own insurance company.

A.P. v. CONFIDENTIAL (2017)

$430,000 in settlements for serious injuries to an individual during multiple motor vehicle collisions.

Confidential v. NW Steel & Pipe (2017)

$405,000 settlement for individual injured by semi-truck.

ESTATE OF BILLY RAY SHIRLEY III v. BILL’S TOWING (2014)

$390,000 verdict against a landlord and tenant for the shooting death of a teenager at an established ‚Äúafter-hours‚ÄĚ party.

MOZZONE v. HUNTER, D.O. (2016)

$335,000 recovery ($188,000 jury verdict plus $150,000 in attorney fees and costs) for the victim of medical malpractice against a local surgeon. The physician made no offer of settlement at any time before the jury verdict.

Confidential v. Confidential (2019)

$285,000 recovery for client who had surgery following a motor vehicle collision.  $185,000 of the recovery was from an insurance company that only held $50,000 in applicable limits but was forced to pay nearly four (4) times the limits when it refused to tender prior to litigation.

E.A. v. CONFIDENTIAL (2017)

$250,000 settlement prior to litigation for a woman who was abused at school as a child.

M.S.  v. Confidential School District (2018)

$150,000 settlement prior to litigation for a woman who was abused at school as a child.

Disclaimer: Past experiences are not a guarantee of future results as the results in any given claim are likely to be fact and law sensitive to the circumstances involved with that claim.

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