Legal Malpractice and the Attorney Judgment Rule

January 27, 2023

The attorney judgment rule is a legal principle that applies to legal malpractice claims in Washington state, and it can have a significant impact on the outcome of these types of cases. The rule essentially states that an attorney's decisions and actions, which are taken in...

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Legal Malpractice Claims in Washington State

January 23, 2023

Legal malpractice claims arise when an attorney representing a party commits negligent errors and omissions that result in harm to their clients. Representing plaintiffs in these cases can be a challenging and complex task, requiring a deep understanding of the legal system and...

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School Bullying and §504 Violations – Settlement Reached

May 25, 2022

November 2021 -- R.D. v. Lake Washington School District -- $313,500 settlement – School Bullying and §504 Violations After a successful appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 19 depositions, 12 subpoenas, four summary judgment motions, two motions for sanctions,...

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Bicycle Accident Victim- Confidential Settlement

June 07, 2022

Aug 4, 2021 – Diggins v. WSDOT et al. – Personal Injury – Confidential Settlement Albert Law settled a case on behalf of a bicyclist who was crossing the Deception Pass bridge, when an unsecured painting tarp enveloped him, causing him to careen into a vehicle, break...

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Who is Able to File a Lawsuit based on Nursing Home Abuse?

January 14, 2022

It comes as no surprise to learn that seniors are more at risk for traumatic brain injury. According to data gathered by the CDC, children aged 0 to 4, as well as adults over 65 years of age are more likely to sustain a traumatic brain injury than other age groups....

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Signs of Brain Damage

January 07, 2022

March is Brain Injury Month: Signs of Brain Damage Did you know that March is Brain Injury Awareness Month? It is. That's because over 5 million people in the U.S. are disabled due to a brain injury. Brain injury can cause drastic life changes.This can create a drain...

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Examples of Age Discrimination in the Workplace

December 13, 2021

Age discrimination in Washington, unfortunately, is commonplace. Even Fortune 500 companies are sued because of age discrimination sometimes. What is Age Discrimination? Age discrimination in the workplace is a form of harassment. The U.S. Equal Employment...

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Who is Responsible for a Slip and Fall at the Store?

November 26, 2021

Proving a slip and fall or trip and fall accident inside a commercial premises in the State of Washington can be a complicated endeavor. In most cases, in order to prevail in a personal injury claim or lawsuit based on such an accident, you'll need to show that the owner...

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5 Things to Know about Spinal Cord Injuries

November 19, 2021

Every year, millions of people are involved in some type of accident. This often results in critical bodily injuries that could have a long-term effect on the injured, and on their families.  Spinal cord injuries can change your life and cause a disability or become...

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