Seattle Professional Malpractice Lawyers

If you have been dealing with a licensed professional who has been falling down on the job and this has caused you physical, financial, or emotional harm, you may have been the victim of professional malpractice.All licensed professionals are held to a certain standard of care, meaning there are certain ethical and legal practices they are required to follow by their governing boards. Professionals who are subject to these governing boards are:
  • Doctors
  • Health care providers
  • Accountants
  • Lawyers
  • Securities dealers
  • Architects
  • Engineers

Contact our attorneys: We are available to speak with you at 206-386-5566 if you have suffered physical or financial harm due to professional malpractice.

Seeking Damages For Your Loses

As someone who has been wronged, you have the ability to sue for damages. Wrongdoing does have to be proven on your part, which can be difficult. You will want an experienced Seattle professional malpractice attorney on your side to help you show how the professional you worked with failed to uphold his or her end of the work you paid for.

Our lawyers have more than 40 years of combined experience in handling professional malpractice cases of all kinds, including bad investments advice, medical malpractice, and legal malpractice.

We keep our caseloads small so that we can devote the time and energy to your case in order to obtain a positive resolution. We work with experts in many different fields to show how the professional you dealt with deviated from the standard of care expected of him or her and how it caused damage to you. We listen closely to your situation so that we can clearly and accurately tell your story to the opposition, his or her insurance company, or a jury. We will work aggressively to successfully close your case.

Contact Us Today

Our attorneys help people all over the state of Washington and can be reached at 206-386-5566, or you can send us an email. All cases are taken on a contingency basis so you don’t pay a fee unless your case is successfully settled or tried.