I endorse this lawyer. Deborah Nelson is a talented and caring attorney that gives her best efforts for injured people. I have been impressed by her dedication to her clients.
Impressive work ethic, excellent advocacy skills. A formidable opponent.
I endorse this lawyer's work. I am familiar with this lawyer's tenacity in pursuit of justice for her clients. I have observed her work as a fellow attorney, and also served as an arbitrator in a substantial brain injury case she litigated. Deborah is smart, well-prepared and articulate.
I endorse this lawyer's work. She is intelligent, personable, and reliable.
Deborah Nelson is a top knotch attorney who excels in the representation of victims of brain injuries and personal injuries, as the result of the wrongful acts of others. Ms. Nelson is past president of the Washington State Association for Justice, whereat she did an outstanding job. She has excellent relations with her clients, colleagues, and the medical community at large. I can confidently endorse Ms. Nelson's work and reputation.
What can I add, except that Deborah is a great person as well as a top notch attorney. I would not hesitate to recommend Deb and her firm, Nelson, Langer and Nelson. In fact I have referred to them with total confidence. I highly endorse this lawyer's work.
I endorse this lawyer's work. I have served on the WSTLA Board of Governors for years with Deborah and am very familiar with her work. I rate her supurb.
Candor rquires that I inform AVVO's audience that Deborah is a friend of mine. Despite this, I am qualified to say that Deborah is one of the most committed lawyers I know. I knew of Deborah and her excellent reputation before we became friends last year. She is a great friend and she have a loving spirit about her. I served on the WSTLA board under Deborah and can attest to her leadership ability and her kind heart.
Deborah Nelson, the current Predident of the 3,000 member Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (WSTLA) is an excellent lawyer who handles auto injury cases as well as long-term disability claims as well as anyone - I know, I have co-counseled with her before, and have thus observed her ability first-hand. Just as importantly, Deborah has for years served on the WSTLA Board, speaks frequently at continuing legal education (CLE) seminars teaching other lawyers how to do better and gives generously back to her profession in many other ways. A true credit to our profession. Brad Fulton, fellow lawyer, Everett, WA