After a 40-year legal career litigating major product liability cases in the automotive industry, and a lifetime spent raising a family and pursuing unique interests, Seattle attorney Peter O’Neil learned he was on the autism spectrum. The revelation is the basis of his recently published memoir My So-Called Disorder: Autism, Exploding Trucks, and the Big Daddy of Rock and Roll. Releasing just days before National Autism Acceptance Month, O’Neil explores how autistic and neurodivergent individuals bring nuanced perspectives to the workplace and any human endeavor because of their identification, not despite.
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!
SGB attorneys Peter O’Neil, Tom Breen, and Sergio Garcidueñas-Sease helped Meike’s son, Niclas Foster, get to the bottom of what caused his mother’s death – an automotive fire caused by nesting rodents, coupled with the vehicle’s poorly executed design.
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If you drive a Chrysler, you should look into the various recalls; it might help you to avoid driving a vehicle that is defective and dangerous.
We’ll be following up with a posting on post-accident things to explore in order to see if, unbeknownst to you, your accident was the result of an auto-defect.
Whether it is a catastrophic injury or a mass tort, SGB is a leader in product liability litigation.
Schroeter Goldmark & Bender is pleased to announce that Peter O'Neil has joined the firm as Of Counsel. Welcome Peter
The 24 chapter Deskbook is a comprehensive treatise, covering all areas of product liability litigation in Washington State.