RECENT SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES
Premises Liability Injury:
Nursing Home Negligence:
Motor Vehicle -- Auto and Motorcycle:
Large Confidential Settlement
Maximum Policy Limits from: GEICO, State Farm, Allstate, Travelers, USAA, Farmers, and more.
NO FEE UNLESS WE WIN
We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients through jury trials, arbitrations, and settlements.
What case can we help you with?
Why Choose Us?
Justin explains the legal process to you and gives you the information you need to stay informed and make the best decision.
Justin works hard to develop your case for you, fight for your rights, and prep for the best negotiation or trial date.
Justin secures the best possible outcome for your case, obtaining results that help you put your life back together.
Justin fights for people just like you
"I interviewed a few other attorneys and was not terribly impressed by their approach. Justin was tenacious and advocated diligently on my behalf. He ultimately negotiated a great resolution to the case and took extra steps to ensure that I was taken care of. I highly recommend his services to others who have been injured in a collision."
"Justin and his team were amazing, friendly and kind people. Justin also dealt with all of the insurance company issues, which was a relief! We were able to get the policy limits from the man who hit me, and we were also able to get policy limits from my own insurance company. I absolutely recommend him to anyone who needs help on an injury case!! :)"
Justin has the knowledge and expertise to
help you recover.
Justin understands that having legal struggles while you are dealing with an injury can be difficult and draining. He deals with combative insurance companies so you can focus on healing.
A Fast-food Fall with
a Meaningful Payout
Justin successfully resolved the case for a total settlement of $525,000, including medical care.
Justin’s client, J.C., worked as an auto glass installer. He needed to deliver a car part but because his customer's business was located on a busy road under construction, J.C. was forced to park at the adjacent business, Jack in the Box. Unfortunately, the restaurant had a dangerous one foot-deep hole in the pavement that they had refused to fix. Instead, management directed employees to roll a trash can over the hole. On the day that J.C. walked through the area, the hole did not have the trash can covering it. J.C. did not see the hole, and his right leg went into the hole, up to his knee. The force of the fall completely tore John’s rotator cuff. He reported the injury to Jack in the Box, but they dismissed it. Justin assisted J.C. in getting insurance coverage and locating a specialist to surgically repair his damaged shoulder. Lawyers for Jack in the Box argued that they could not be liable because John was a “trespasser.” But the judge disagreed: Justin obtained a ruling in King County Superior Court that Jack in the Box owed J.C. the highest duty of care. After this successful ruling, Justin settled the case for $525,000.