Founded in 1969, SGB has a record of success second to none in the Northwest. From serious personal injuries and wrongful death to individual and class actions across a range of practices, SGB is singularly focused on getting the best outcome for our clients. We win by staying true to our founding principle: ordinary people deserve first-rate lawyers when fighting against powerful interests. We are on your side.
Our attorneys are experienced across a range of practice areas and have the knowledge, skill, and tenacity to see you through any challenge.
SGB fights for your rights, using decades of skill and experience to obtain justice for those wronged by powerful interests. Here are some of our recent results.
The SGB medical malpractice team obtained a $5.4 million settlement with a hospital and physician after their negligence during a cardiology procedure caused serious, permanent injuries.
Trial team of SGB’s Jamal Whitehead and Beth Bloom and Anne Silver of Frank Freed Subit & Thomas obtain $4.9 million jury verdict for man fired after losing vocal chords to cancer.
SGB attorneys Becky Roe and Lindsay Halm obtain $4.6 Million judgment in breach of contract trial on behalf of tech executive.
$4,000,000 jury verdict in a mesothelioma case against ExxonMobil Oil Corporation in King County Superior Court.
$1.07 Million settlement in wrongful death case stemming from an auto collision.
Experienced Trial Lawyers
SGB has decades of victories. We are skilled and seasoned trial lawyers, prepared to go the distance.
Dedicated, Compassionate Service
We care about our clients. We listen to their goals, anticipate their needs, and keep our word.
Innovative, Strategic Approaches
Every case is unique. We craft our approach to each case to achieve exceptional results for our clients.
Passion for Justice
We fight for what's right and believe in the power of the courtroom to achieve justice for our clients and the community.
Congratulations to all of our 2020 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars!
Schroeter Goldmark Bender attorney Adam Berger worked with Columbia Legal Services to help secure a $3.75 million settlement after filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of more than 500 farmworkers in Whatcom County.
Page has devoted her career to bringing cases on behalf of victims of elder and vulnerable adult neglect, physical and sexual abuse, and financial exploitation. She co-authored and teaches the national prosecutor’s course on elder abuse, and she conducts training and speaking engagements on the subject locally and across the country.