Client Success – Settlements and Verdicts

As a Washington personal injury attorney for more than two decades, firm founder Jim Dore has the experience and tenacity needed to initiate and advance litigation matters on behalf of clients, and to seek for them full and fair compensation. Every client and every lawsuit is unique, so there can be no guaranty of success in any lawsuit.  The settlement and verdicts noted below were obtained by either Mr. Dore and/or Mr. Dore and a former partner, and should not be construed as being indicative of any amount to which you might recover, even if your case is of the same type as mentioned below.

  • $1.0 million – Failure to diagnose breast cancer
  • $800,000 – Failure to diagnose heart attack
  • $2,000,000 – Failure to diagnose the cause of paralysis and start treatment
  • $2,500,000 – Unsafe hospital conditions
  • $575,000 – Failure to diagnose malignant melanoma
  • $1 million – Failure to diagnose prostate cancer
  • $1.8 million – Construction – Railroad bulkhead collapse
  • $750,000 – Construction – Scaffolding
  • $550,000 – Construction – Collapse/Ditch – Wrongful death
  • $600,000 – Construction – Crane – Wrongful Death
  • $350,000 – Maritime – Construction – Falling Deck Plate
  • $300,000 – Maritime – Tugboat – Faulty Equipment
  • $1.2 million – Motorcycle v. Commercial Truck (Broken Leg)
  • $575,000 – Motorcycle v. Car – (Broken Shoulder)
  • $680,000 – Construction – Falling Debris – (Broken Wrist)
  • $550,000 – Maritime – Jetski v. Kiteboard (Head trauma, Broken ribs, TBI)

If you’ve been injured or a family member has been killed due to the wrongful act of another, please call us.  We will meet with you for no cost or obligation so that we may learn about your case. We can also explain how the personal injury process works, and how we will work hard to get you fair compensation for your injuries.

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