Prior to graduation from law school Mr. Nordstrom spent four years in the United States Air Force serving in the capacity of security intelligence. As an undergraduate student he was selected to Who's Who Among American College Students. As an attorney he has also been selected to the Cambridge as well as the Princeton Who's Who. He authored and argued the case of Kenworthy v. Pennsylvania General Insurance Co. before the Washington Supreme Court, requiring that insurance companies who deny a claim bear the expense not only for their own arbitrator but for their insured's arbitrator as well. He is also one of a select group of attorneys authorized to practice before the Supreme Court of The United States. For over 30 years he has limited his practice to serious injury and death claims. He enjoys traveling, golf and fishing.
Licensed since 1980
I have worked with Steve Nordstrom on previous matters. On each occasion he has thoroughly worked up his case and been completely prepared. He practices law at a very high level of competency and provides an outstanding service to his clients. I enthusiastically recommend him.
Stephen Haskell Medical Malpractice Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter