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.
(SGB) recently welcomed Kaitlin Cherf to the Seattle-based law firm’s shareholder group. Cherf (formerly Wright) joined SGB in 2018, bringing extensive experience and skill in asbestos litigation. During her tenure at SGB, Cherf’s focus has expanded to include litigation of other serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, along with representing plaintiffs in civil rights matters.
Congratulations to SGB’s fourteen Super Lawyers, including four Rising Star attorneys and three Top 50 Women attorneys, who were each recognized by their peers as top-rated lawyers in Washington!
These best-of-the-best exemplify the heart, skill 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.
Schroeter Goldmark & Bender’s trial team of Craig Sims and Kaitlin Wright obtained a $4,000,000 jury verdict in a mesothelioma case against ExxonMobil Oil Corporation yesterday in King County Superior Court.
Eleven SGB attorneys have been recognized by their peers as "Washington Super Lawyers" or "Rising Stars" for 2019.
We are pleased to announce that Attorneys Craig Sims, Kaitlin Wright and Paralegal Matthew Gonyea, a dynamic and experienced trial team, have joined the Schroeter Goldmark & Bender asbestos litigation group. They will be adding to SGB’s legacy of achieving groundbreaking victories in asbestos cases in Washington State for over 40 years. Craig, Kaitlin and…