1218 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98101
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Presidential Law Scholarship||Seattle University School of Law||2003|
|Presidential Law Scholarship||Seattle University School of Law||2002|
|Presidential Law Scholarship||Seattle University School of Law||2001|
|Bicycle Accident Attorney||Law Office of Stacie Bain, PLLC||2011 - Present|
|Arbitrator||King County Superior Court||2009 - 2014|
|Bicycle Accident Attorney||Anderton Law Office / Washington Bike Law||2007 - 2011|
|Associate Attorney||Fikso Kretschmer Smith Dixon||2004 - 2007|
|Clinic Attorney||KCBA Elder Law Clinic||2004 - 2009|
|Rule 2 Legal Extern||US Attorney's office||2003 - 2003|
|Rule 9 Legal Intern||King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office||2003 - 2004|
|Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Harry J. McCarthy||King County Superior Court||2003 - 2003|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Cascade Bicycle Club||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington Bikes||N/A||2011 - Present|
|League of American Bicyclists||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington State Association for Justice||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||2004 - Present|
|Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals||N/A||2011 - 2012|
|Washington State Association for Justice||N/A||2007 - 2018|
|WSBA Litigation Section - Litigation News Summer 2013 Issue||Wheels of Justice: A Boutique Bike Law Practice||2013|
|King County Bar Bulletin||Riding Along "Uninsured" with IFCA||2009|
|King County Bar Bulletin||Changing Gears: Life in the Bike Lane||2007|
|Seattle University School of Law||J.D., cum laude||2004|
|University of Washington||Bachelor of Science||1997|
|WSAJ Webinar Seriers||Riding a Bicycle in Washington -- Rights, Duties, Hazards, and Plaintiff Strategies||2016|
|New Member Series: Getting Started in The Plaintiff's Practice||Marketing Basics||2012|
|CBC Advocacy Meeting||Legal options for bicyclists injured on the South Lake Union Streetcar tracks||2008|
|Rear End Bicycle Accident||$750,000 settlement|
|Bicyclist Hit by Right-turning Driver||$305,000 settlement|
|Bicyclist Hit by Right-turning Driver||$125,000 insurance policy limits settlement|
Posted by Annie
I fractured my tailbone and suffered some other injuries after being hit by a car this summer while riding my bike. After receiving some misleading communication from the at-fault party's insurance, I contacted a few attorneys for some perspective. Stacie was the only attorney I spoke with who clearly took the time to understand my concerns, walk me through my options, and explain the insurance and legal jargon to me. Our initial phone consultation lasted almost an hour--Stacie was patient, informative, and kind even before I hired her as my attorney. She even met with me in my home because I was unable to travel due to my injuries at the time. Throughout the process, Stacie was extremely honest in giving me perspective on my case and helping me understand my rights. She was always quick to respond to questions or confusion I had about the claim process and made sure I was getting the treatments I needed to manage my pain and heal my injuries. She definitely became a friend and mentor during my healing process. Thanks to Stacie, I was able to receive my settlement earlier than anticipated, and Stacie has continued to make herself available as I finish my treatments. I am so grateful to have the resources I needed to heal properly, and also to be able to pay off some prior debts with my settlement!
Stacie connects with her clients on a human level and fights hard for them to ensure they get the compensation and clarity they deserve. I respect her strong bicycle advocacy and appreciate her supportive professional working style. Thank you, Stacie!
Posted by Cameron
I was recommended to Stacie after I was run over by a Metro bus whilst riding my bike, and it was one of the best decisions I've ever made. Before I hired her, I attempted to handle the claim myself and it was a complete nightmare. Metro was putting all the burden of recovery on me and made me continually jump through hoops in order to frustrate me and make me go away. Dealing with them was like having a part time job in of itself.
When I decided it was time for professional help, a friend recommended Stacie to me and she lifted all the burden of the accident off my shoulders. Working with her allowed me to focus on my physical recovery and gave me time to get back to normal life. Any loop Metro threw at me from that point forward was no longer my problem. Stacie handled all their BS for me.
Due the length of time for my physical recovery, I was with Stacie for quite some time. Throughout the process Stacie gave me consistent updates on her side of things. She would also check in on recovery and helped defer payment with a practitioner until after I had received my settlement.
When it came time to submit a claim, Metro twice low balled us and forced us into to arbitration. They were also claiming some of my treatments used were invalid and they weren't going to compensate them. She was able to circumvent all their tactics and I ended up walking away with double of what I would have received pre-arbitration.
Besides her legal skills, Stacie is also very kind and was genuinely concerned for my wellbeing through the process.
If you are in any sort of bicycle related accident in Seattle, I don't think there is any better Lawyer to represent you than Stacie. You won't regret it!