Auburn, Washington Civil Rights Lawyers
Washington Civil Rights Lawyer. 14 years experience
In 2015 Mr. Bible was selected as a member of the National Trial Lawyers top 100. He is an attorney who is known for his zealous representation of his client. In 2009 he received the Champion of Justice... Read More »View Profile
James W. Armstrong, Jr. Attorney at Law ? James W. Armstrong, Jr., began his legal career in 2000 after graduating from Seattle University School of Law. Mr. Armstrong opened his law offices in Kent, Washington, in May of 2006 after being in practice for over six years. Armstrong Law Offices is a Professional Service Corporation that specializes in Workers' Compensation, Social Security and Personal Injury.
A brief bit about me... I am the first person in my family to attend college and went into the Army right out of high school to see the world and figure out some way to pay for college. I was an intelligence analyst and viewed as one of the best in the world at my particular are of specialty. At age 22, I was delivering presentations in the Pentagon regarding the intelligence planning for major military exercises. I left the military to attend college. I did my undergrad at Seattle University where I majored in Finance. As I contemplated which path...
In 2015 Mr. Bible was selected as a member of the National Trial Lawyers top 100. He is an attorney who is known for his zealous representation of his client. In 2009 he received the Champion of Justice Award from the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Mr. Bible will fight hard for your rights.
I aggressively pursue legal remedies on behalf of my clients to the fullest extent of the law by providing forceful, commanding, and bold attorney representation; as a result, I GET results! And at the end of the day, I hope to make meaningful connections with honest hard-working people. Ultimately, my goal is to form lifelong relationships with my clients--I'll work on your case as if I were a member of your family; I invite you to consider becoming a member of ours. My practice areas include the following: (1) Discrimination; (2) Disparate Treatment; (3) Disparate Impact;...