A.E., Everett, WA
We spend time with our clients to get to know them. We form mutual bonds of trust. Trust makes it possible to communicate in an open and straightforward manner, which allows us to truly understand the personal harm that was done, both physically and emotionally. As a result, we can tell our client's story truthfully and powerfully to an insurance company, judge or jury.
Our clients are often surprised by the time we spend to get to know them and the unique methods we use to discover how their harms have impacted their lives and the lives of their loved ones.
Our approach is to maximize our client's recovery, but to also address their emotional losses and grief.
We take our responsibility to our clients seriously and we get great results. However, we also believe we have a responsibility to our community. Insurance companies often wrongfully deny claims and aggressively defend cases using unfair tactics, often humiliating the injured person. They refuse to accept responsibility for the injuries that were caused.
This is bad for our community and it is not the type of lesson we would want our children to learn. We hold wrongdoers accountable, which protects our community and sends a message to insurance companies that their unfair bullying tactics will not be tolerated. Learn More
R.E., Snohomish, WA
Insurance Law / Insurance Disputes