Four month-long trial on behalf of dozens of victims of the September 24, 2015 Ride the Ducks crash, resulting in a verdict of more than $123,000,000.
Medical negligence/wrongful death of 36 year old husband and father of two small children who died of endocarditis due to a misdiagnosis by a mobile medical house call service. Settlement was for policy limits.
Confidential settlement for plaintiff's family.
Plaintiff was a pedestrian hit by a box truck in a distribution warehouse parking lot that was negligently redesigned by the distributor. Mr. York subsequently died of his injuries.
Co-Counsel: Allen Brecke.
For wrongful death of a toddler at an outdoor shopping center with a play area adjacent to an intersection where the child ran from the unguarded equipment into the roadway.
For when defective aircraft airbag went off during installation by a worker, causing his death. He was survived by two children.
$2,000,000 settlement for wrongful death when vehicle slid on icy bridge with inadequate railing, and plunged into river below, drowning.
$10,000,000 settlement for five family members injured (two deaths) when a tree fell on their car while traveling on SR 2.
For death of 63-year-old murdered when 911 call was improperly coded and police did not arrive to save him.
For wrongful death settlement of a 64-year-old man leaving a wife and two adult children. He was riding his motorized scooter through an intersection, when a young man failed to yield the right of way and turned into him.
For wrongful death/product liability for Chain-shot fired through cab of a harvester, striking Messner in the neck.
A confidential wrongful death settlement of a 45-year-old man leaving a wife and two children, one of whom was a minor. Plaintiff was struck by a yard truck at night at a distribution yard that had poor lighting and no designated path for pedestrians to cross from the parking area to the office. The truck driver died several days later from his injuries.
Settlement for $1,250,000 settlement for wrongful death of 63 year old killed in a Western Washington nursing home as a result of negligent treatment.
Settlement for death of a newborn who was administered 10 times the ordered level of calcium chloride in a dosage miscalculation by a nurse. She died in her mother’s arms. Settlement is confidential at request of the clients.
$1,000,000 policy limits settlement
For motor vehicle bicycle crash on SR 105 resulting in death of 31-year-old woman.
Settlement for the death of a bicyclist struck by a van exiting driveway where the van driver’s view of the cyclist was obstructed by a cut-slope embankment.
For the drowning death of a 3-year old child being attended by a babysitter.