Covington, Washington Civil Rights Lawyers
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.
Ford Law Firm focuses exclusively on education law matters and is located in the Pacific Northwest. We are committed to serving parents and students from preschool to college with high-quality legal service. We believe in a collaborative student-centric approach that places students first. Our practice areas include Special Education, Civil Rights (Section 504, Title VI & Title IX), Student Discipline, Student Bullying and Harassment and Student Injuries.
A skilled litigation attorney with more than 20 yeas of experience, Ed has achieved some of the highest verdicts and settlements in the country for victims of civil rights violations as a result of wrongful death and serious injury by police, as well as cases involving jail and prison abuse.
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;...