Founded in March 2008, the firm focuses on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Consumer Bankruptcy and Personal Injury.Example cases
I have litigated and obtained settlements on hundreds of personal injury cases. I obtained a jury verdict in a wrongful death-medical negligence case. I have assisted hundreds of debtors in obtaining relief through chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy.
520 Kirkland Way
Kirkland WA 98033
Yes, free phone consultation.
Bankruptcy: Usually a flat fee. The fee depends on the complexity of the case.
Personal Injury: Usually a contingency fee.
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
I think it is important that the underdog gets aggressive representation whether it be a personal injury case or bankruptcy.
I encourage every client to understand and participate in their legal affairs.
I am willing to review documents.
Generally, we do not do this.
I began in the legal field as a paralegal, first working in consumer bankruptcy for both debtor and creditor firms, then as a litigation paralegal in insurance defense. I clerked for a federal judge and worked part-time in a plaintiff injury firm during law school. After obtaining my law degree, I worked for a small plaintiff firm in personal injury litigation, doing arbitrations, mediations, and trial practice. I opened my own firm in early 2008 doing personal injury and consumer bankruptcy work.
I was a paralegal prior to attending law school. I graduated cum laude in law school. I am meticulous in everything I do and care deeply for my clients.
I connect with my clients because I take a genuine interest in their lives and cases.Personal interests:
I enjoy spending time with my family and traveling.
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