Washington Legal Malpractice Lawyers
Seattle, WA Legal Malpractice Attorney with 27 years experience
- (206) 377-7100
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Serious Injury & Wrongful Death
Real Estate & Construction Disputes
Mr. Rundle has over 25 years of litigation and trial experience in state and federal courts throughout Washington and Oregon, including over 70 trials and hundreds of other civil cases resolved by motion or negotiated settlement.
A former top-ten law school graduate and deputy district attorney,...
Mr. Teller has been an employment discrimination and whistleblower reward program (Qui Tam, SEC, IRS) lawyer for over 25 years. His practice is focused on employees in harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination. He represents whistleblowers against retaliation for exposing fraud against the United States government in False Claims Act and Qui Tam actions, and injured clients.
Kendra has dedicated her legal career to fighting for justice on behalf of injury victims and their families. Kendra’s commitment to this work is driven by her desire to make a tangible impact on the lives of her clients – fighting for their rights, their families, and their livelihood.
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