Thomas v. Puyallup School District

This case dealt with over two decades of racial discrimination against African American students in the Puyallup School District, with 36 current and former students and 23 parents as the plaintiffs.

J.T. v. Trinity Glass Inc.

The plaintiff, an employee of LaborWorks staffing service, was working at Trinity Glass Inc. loading heavy doors onto a palate, when a loose wooden block dislodged from under a stack of doors causing the doors to fall towards him.

McFarland v. State of Washington D.O.C.

This case involves the murder of Meeka Willingham by dangerous parolee John Eggers. Meeka, the 17 year old daughter of Plff Sylvia McFarland, was stabbed 56 times with a knife taken from the McFaraland kitchen.

Brown v. City of Seattle & Pang

Plaintiff James Brown, a City of Seattle firefighter, was killed while fighting a fire that arsonist defendant Martin Pang started in the basement of a warehouse owned by his parents and known as Mary Pang Food Products warehouse.

Clark v. Korean Woman’s Association

This case involves the wrongful death of Darlene M. Clark, a vulnerable, quadriplegic woman who was under the care of the Def. Korean Woman’s Association, Inc. (KWA). Defendant KWA’s caregivers abandoned her and did not try to locate her after she became lost.

Jury awards $1.9 million to Elias and $932,000 to Proudfoot

The Seattle Times A King County Superior Court jury on Monday found that Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole retaliated against two of three officers who were transferred out of the South Precinct amid a dispute over the handling of overtime pay. The jury found O’Toole retaliated against a veteran sergeant, Ella Elias, and Capt. David Proudfoot, the precinct commander. The … Read More