Clarkston, Washington Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Lawyers
A Graduate of Gerry Spence’s renowned Trial Lawyers College, Todd, has been helping people through troubled times for years. It started with working as the Public Defender for the City of Clarkston in 1997, the ability to care for clients as people set Todd apart. It continues today; clients find they have more than just an attorney representing them, they have someone who cares about them, and a firm that works for them. The professional, yet personal, touch that is brought to each case from this firm is part of what makes it remarkable. Dedicated and experienced staff know your...
I am an attorney in Spokane, Washington with a general litigation practice, which means I have experience in most areas of the law. I do focus much of my practice on criminal defense and personal injury. I am licensed to practice if Washington and the federal courts in the Eastern District of Washington. Prior to law school, graduated from the University of Washington and then worked as an intelligence analyst for the Washington State Patrol. I obtained a certificate in forensic science from the University of Washington. I went to Gonzaga University School of Law where I was...
Russell West took an early retirement from Delta Air Lines in 2004 to pursue his Law Practice and online business www.westfurnishings.com. Passing the WA State Bar exam in 2008, Russell West has been building a successful law practice settling dozens of cases with great outcomes for clients. Presently representing clients for auto accidents, slip and falls, personal injury, DUI's and criminal misdemeanors.
Washington native William “Bill” Robison concentrates his law practice on litigation with an emphasis on consumer and insurance law, including personal injury, wrongful death, motorcycle collisions, trucking accidents, products liability, construction, real estate cases, and workplace injuries. Bill Robison has obtained many settlements, arbitration awards, and trial verdicts in excess of one million dollars on behalf of clients. Mr. Robison is a contributing author of the “Automobile Litigation Deskbook,” published by the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (WSTLA), and has made numerous presentations to WSTLA and the Clark County Bar Association on trial techniques and other important aspects...
Kirk Davis spent fifteen years as a prosecutor. He tried one of the first "two strikes" cases in Washington State putting away a sex offender for life in prison. He brings the same level of passion and commitment in private practice helping those who have been injured in accidents or assaults. He has obtained several verdicts and settlements well into six figures.
As a resident of the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years, Jack attended the University of Washington and graduated with a degree in Political Science and Economics. Jack received his Juris Doctorate from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, OR. While in law school, Jack clerked at Vancouver's Blair, Schaefer, Hutchison, and Wolfe law firm where he gained experience in personal injury law, real estate transactions and litigation, and general civil practice. Following his graduation, he was hired as an associate. Jack then became a prosecutor for the City of Vancouver and for the Clark County Domestic Violence Prosecution Center...
As an attorney who has personally experienced the pain, anxiety, and distress of a personal injury (see Rob’s story), I assure you that I understand the challenges you and your family may now face. For more than 30 years I have been helping people just like you navigate the legal system to recover the compensation you deserve and to recover reimbursement of medical bills, lost wages and other compensation.
Kennet's practice is focused on criminal misdemeanors and serious traffic offenses with an emphasis in DUI defense. No matter how simple or complicated the case, he approaches them all with the single goal of achieving the best possible outcome for his clients. Whether it is in the backroom negotiating with the prosecutor or in open court arguing before a judge and jury, he is an effective voice and commanding presence. Kennet graduated summa cum laude from Eastern Washington University, where he was appointed by Gov. Gary Locke to serve on the Board of Trustees of EWU. Prior to attending law school,...
Thomas Balerud, after 17 years with the same firm, has opened his own law practice, located in downtown Tacoma. Tom is a graduate of both Pacific Lutheran University and the University of Puget Sound. Tom has enjoyed success in many well publicized high-profile State and Federal cases. He is currently serving as a Trustee to the TPCBA. Tom and his experienced staff are currently available to assist clients in his two practice areas: Criminal Law and Personal Injury.
Kelso, WA Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Lawyer.
600 Royal St
Kelso, WA 98626
Kelso, WA 98626
Nursing Home, DUI, Employment and Personal Injury
University of Oregon School of Law
University of Oregon School of Law
I came to the Longview/Kelso area in 1986 after practicing in Oregon for seven years as a general practitioner. Since then I have focused on Personal Injury, Employment, Misdemeanor and Infraction Defense, and Wills, Trusts and Probates. This focus and my many years of experience has allowed be to be particularly knowledgeable in these areas. I realize that knowledge is not enough, however. I always endeavor to give my clients the personal service they need to get them through trying times.
Barry M. Meyers is Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation*. The National Elder Law Foundation is the only organization approved by the American Bar Association to offer certification in the area of elder law. He is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs (Veterans Administration). Mr. Meyers has practiced law since 1983 and elder law since 1992. In 2006, he expanded his practice to provide families with the services of in-house Geriatric Care Managers. He received his undergraduate education at the University of Southern California, a Masters degree from the University of California, Davis,...
Sara LC Hulford graduated from Western Washington University in 2008 having focused on global human rights issues. It was a natural transition to begin working at the Elder Law Offices in 2011 primarily with clients in long term care planning, vulnerable adult and guardianship matters. Under the mentorship of Barry M. Meyers and David M. Neubeck, she completed the Law Clerk Program. Upon passing the Spring 2017 bar exam, she transitioned to associate attorney and continues working with clients of all ages in elder law.