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Firm News |
Sep 22, 2021

The WSAJ 2021 Annual Convention includes a session with SGB attorneys Elizabeth McLafferty and Sims Weymuller for a Q+A on expert testimony motions, and a session with Elizabeth Hanley for a discussion on the hybrid jury trial.

SGB is a proud sponsor of the Washington State Association for Justice 2021 Annual Convention
Firm News Personal Injury & Wrongful Death |
Sep 01, 2021

Special thanks to BIAWA and SGB attorneys Rich Anderson, Carson Phillips-Spotts and Sims Weymuller for their support of this special event to help to address all preventable concussions and brain injuries in children and youth.

SGB is a proud sponsor of the Brain Injury Golf Tournament presented by Brain Injury Alliance Washington
Firm News |
Aug 05, 2021

These best-of-the-best exemplify the heart, skill and experience every member brings to our team.

Fourteen SGB lawyers recognized as top-rated lawyers in Washington by Super Lawyers
Firm News |
Jun 16, 2020

Our firm has represented victims of traumatic brain injuries for over 50 years.

Schroeter Goldmark Bender is a proud sponsor of Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) annual Walk, Run & Roll scheduled for this Saturday, June 20.
Firm News |
Apr 27, 2020

Congratulations to Sims Weymuller for joining the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) Board of Directors.

SGB's Sims Weymuller joins BIAWA Board of Directors!
Firm News |
Oct 04, 2019

Eleven SGB attorneys have been recognized by their peers as "Washington Super Lawyers" or "Rising Stars" for 2019.

Firm News |
Oct 04, 2019

Congratulations to SGB Attorney Sims Weymuller for Co-Chairing another successful Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) Convention.

Product Liability |
Aug 13, 2019

SGB’s Sims Weymuller and Liz McLafferty have filed lawsuits against Monsanto alleging Roundup exposure has caused ...

Lawsuit Against Monsanto - Roundup Exposure
Firm News |
Jul 02, 2018

Congrats to our 2018 Super Lawyers Honorees

Congrats to our 2018 Super Lawyers Honorees
Medical Malpractice |
Jun 28, 2018

ACOG has published literature setting birth trauma causation criteria to deny justice to children and to defend against lawsuits. Sims Weymuller and Liz McLafferty wrote about this topic. The article was published by WSAJ in Trial News. Introduction Brains need oxygen. When deprived of oxygen, brain cells die. One of the more devastating forms of birth injury…