My firm is a boutique law firm close to the Pierce County Courthouse in Tacoma, WA.... more
My firm is a boutique law firm close to the Pierce County Courthouse in Tacoma, WA. My friendly staff stands ready to assist you with Tax, Bankruptcy and Personal Injury issues. I know that when someone needs a lawyer, they are in a difficult time in their life and treat them as such.
Hello and thank you for researching my profile. I am a trial lawyer focusing on... more
Hello and thank you for researching my profile. I am a trial lawyer focusing on injury cases, DUI matters, and social security disabilty / SSI. I have effectively appeared in cases in many of Western Washington's Trial Courts and Federal Courts, as well as several Federal and State Administrative Agencies. You will find that I am a member of several Trial Lawyer organizations.
I am licensed to practice law in Washington and Florida, in both State and Federal... more
I am licensed to practice law in Washington and Florida, in both State and Federal courts. I have been practicing for 28 years representing individuals and small businesses. I offer personal, reliable legal services and have handled many hundreds of bankruptcy and civil cases successfully. Please call me to discuss your situation. I am here to help you.
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