Puyallup, Washington Civil Rights Lawyers
Mindful that most people seldom interact with the legal system, Eric uses his knowledge and experience to guide his...
He has briefed and argued multiple appeals, including cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Washington Supreme Court. In his practice he has represented families in wrongful death cases, victims in sexual abuse cases, and many returning U.S. service members who face discrimination or retaliation in the workplace.
When he’s not working, he’s blazing trails, scaling peaks, and skiing with his...
Examples of Large Entities Litigated Against: Boeing; Costco; Walmart; McDonalds; Labor Ready; Exon Mobile; School Districts; Large Hotels; Counties; Virtually Every Insurance Company With A Name, And The State of Washington. No Opponent is Too Big (The Bigger Their Size, The Bigger Their Wallet).
Successes Include: Thousands of Clients Served. Tens of...
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Matt worked with developmentally disabled adults in San Diego, was a hiking and sea kayak guide in Alaska, taught English in Mexico and Korea, was a mountain bike instructor and camp director in Switzerland, and taught high school science and math in Bellingham....
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