Mr. Osborn’s practice focuses on plaintiffs’ personal injury, auto accidents, products liability, medical malpractice, and professional negligence, with recent settlements over $13.5 million. In 2010, King County paid Mr. Osborn a record 10,000,000 for an excessive force case. In 2009, the Washington Supreme Court upheld the $1.35 million jury verdict Mr. Osborn and his firm obtained in Armantrout v. Cascade Orthopaedics, affecting wrongful death claims in Washington. Mr. Osborn’s representation of children injured by magnet-containing toys brought toy safety to national attention and led to the recall of magnetic toys and the scrutiny and recall of toys with lead paint and other dangers. Mr. Osborn recently represented pro bono Stella Stansfield, a young girl whose life-saving medication was denied by DSHS. As well as being a member, Mr. Osborn also serves on the executive committe of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Mr. Osborn is a member of WSAJ, KCBA, and AAJ. He serves on the boards of several area youth programs and coached his Kirkland JV football team to a 10-1 record in the 2009 season.