SGB shareholder Craig Sims was recently inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) -– one of the most distinguished organizations of trial lawyers in North America.
For over 40 years, recognition by Best Lawyers has been regarded as the highest, most respected honor in the legal field, largely due to its comprehensive peer-review process.
The City of Seattle recently settled a lawsuit with the family of Jackson Reavis, a 22-year-old who was struck and killed while riding his motorcycle through a notoriously dangerous intersection in Northeast Seattle.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) released its first gun trafficking report in more than two decades, putting in stark terms what we already know: the gun industry is the driving force behind the gun violence epidemic in this country.
SGB) recently welcomed Craig Sims to the Seattle-based law firm’s shareholder group. Sims is an accomplished trial lawyer with over 25 years of litigation and leadership experience, whose practice focuses on asbestos and mesothelioma, civil rights, product liability, personal injury and wrongful death.
Craig is an accomplished trial lawyer with over 20 years of litigation and leadership experience. His calling “to be of service to others” is what drew him to SGB.
These Best Lawyers represent the dedication, expertise and experience every member brings to our team.
Since Kent police killed her son Giovonn four years ago, Sonia Joseph has fought for police reform and accountability.
Schroeter Goldmark & Bender files wrongful death lawsuit against the Kent Police Department for the shooting of Giovonn Joseph-McDade.
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