Jim learned the practice of personal injury law from his father in Kent, Washington,... more
Jim learned the practice of personal injury law from his father in Kent, Washington, where together they represented clients from all walks of life. During those years Jim gained respect for the problems and issues his clients faced, and learned how to best counsel and represent them while achieving justice for their cause. Jim’s practice eventually brought him to New York City, where he be... view profile
Attorney Elizabeth Hanley is committed to ensuring people are judged, compensated,... more
Attorney Elizabeth Hanley is committed to ensuring people are judged, compensated, hired, and valued based on their merit rather than gender, race, or other immutable characteristics. This concept is the underlying principle behind Elizabeth’s work for The Hanley Law Firm’s clients- from ensuring that an executive exiting a corporation protects their ability to work in their chosen indu... view profile
Jennifer Sheffield focuses her practice on complex litigation matters. She has... more
Jennifer Sheffield focuses her practice on complex litigation matters. She has litigated cases involving contract, tort, personal injury, insurance, and labor and employment claims. She also represents health care providers and long term care providers, handling cases that involve allegations of malpractice, negligent hiring and supervision, neglect, wrongful death and personal injury. Her expe... view profile
Alex leads Graham Lundberg Peschels motions and appellate practice department. Alex... more
Alex leads Graham Lundberg Peschels motions and appellate practice department. Alex began working at GLP as a legal intern in 2006 while attending law school, and then joined the firm as an attorney in 2008. Since that time he has drafted and successfully argued motions in the courts throughout Washington State.
Nursing home abuse lawyers work with nursing home residents and their families. Nursing home residents depend on the nursing home staff to assist with their daily needs, as well as treat them for physical or medical conditions. Because residents are so vulnerable, abuse can take many forms. Staff can give residents too many drugs or the wrong ones, deprive them of heat or food, or simply pay insufficient attention to their needs. Nursing home abuse lawyers recognize when a resident has been mistreated, even if the resident isn't aware or able to communicate it. Nursing home abuse lawyers know which social service agencies to contact to report abuse, and can have a court-appointed guardian make decisions in the resident's best interests. If a nursing home resident's condition causes you concern, nursing home abuse lawyers can advise you on how to proceed.
Nursing Home Abuse / Neglect Lawyers in cities near Seattle, WA