Here is SGB's Sims Weymuller interview with Kiro 7 News about the recent Amtrak train accident in DuPont, WA. Our team of transportation lawyers is looking into claims for those injured in the train crash. There are many factors that can cause a train to run off the tracks. Some of the most serious types of…
Our hearts go out to the people involved in this tragedy. SGB will do what is necessary to help those impacted by this accident. Photo courtesy of Kiro 7 News. Click image for live updates.
We are happy to add Liz McLafferty to our team! Liz will be litigating cases involving people injured by asbestos exposure, medical malpractice, defective products, and serious accidents.
Congratulations to Schroeter Goldmark & Bender's own Lindsay Halm who has been selected as one of the Top 50 Women Washington Super Lawyers. MANY LEADERS! ONE TEAM!
Super Lawyers: Adam Berger, Tom Breen, Martin Garfinkel, Kathy Goater, Lindsay Halm, Kristin Houser, Jeff Robinson, Rebecca Roe, Sims Weymuller, Sandy Widlan, William Rutzick. Many Leaders! One Team!
wo ex-Microsoft employees are suing the company claiming their job to monitor inappropriate material caused them to suffer PTSD. To learn more check out this article from the Seattle Times.
SGB attorney Joe Campagna recently obtained executive clemency for two federal inmates serving long sentences for minor drug offenses. Joe was pleased and honored to represent his clients with the help and guidance of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Clemency Project 2014. The Clemency Project was created when, after realizing the existing system…
Schroeter Goldmark & Bender is pleased to announce that Jamal Whitehead has joined our firm. Jamal will focus his practice on Employment, Class Action, and Serious Personal Injury litigation. Welcome Jamal.
Schroeter Goldmark & Bender along with Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt, have filed 5 lawsuits against Sea-Tac employers who are failing to pay the required $15 per hour minimum wage. To read more click on Seattle Weekly.
Check out the article from Impact Fund