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Schroeter Goldmark and Bender is very proud to announce that former shareholder M. Lorena González has announced her candidacy for Seattle City Council. Click on the link to read the full press release.
Schroeter Goldmark & Bender is excited to announce the launch of their mesothelioma satellite website. To read more click here.
SGB attorneys Tom Breen and Sims Weymuller were honored that the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) asked them to write for the newly released Product Liability Deskbook. The 24 chapter Deskbook is a comprehensive treatise, covering all areas of product litigation in Washington State. Both attorneys authored chapters in the Deskbook; Tom wrote on post-manufacture liability – Chapter 15, and Sims wrote on successor liability – Chapter 16. Retired SGB attorney Janet L. Rice wrote a chapter on evidentiary issues in product liability – Chapter 20.
SGB has a long, proud history of representing people injured by defective products and this was an opportunity to further that service. These chapters demonstrate our commitment to staying on the cutting edge of product safety and liability issues and to providing high-caliber legal services to our clients. We hope that this work, coupled with the work of the other fine Washington attorneys who authored chapters, will help the citizens of Washington State obtain justice when faulty products fail and, ultimately, make our state a safer place to live.
SEATTLE (March 15, 2012) – SGB has announced that Sims Weymuller has joined SGB. Sims is known for his intellect, his tenacity, and his dedication to clients. He will work on Personal Injury, Product Liability, Medical and Legal Negligence
Sims brings to SGB a decade of experience litigating complex matters. But he’s more than an outstanding lawyer and trusted advocate; he is a leader in our profession. Recently, he chaired the WSBA’s Professionalism Committee and the WSBA Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection Board. He regularly writes and lectures on topics of professionalism and ethics.
“Sims is an extroardinary advocate, orator and all around human being,” notes SGB attorney Briteney Mercer. “Sims is passionate about his work and one of the most intelligent lawyers that I know. He is dedicated to his clients and goes above and beyond the call of duty.”
SGB’s Personal Injury team represents people who have been seriously injured by the negligence of companies, government agencies, and others. The Product Liability group represents people who have been seriously injured or made very ill by unsafe or defective products. The Medical Malpractice group represents those who have been seriously injured as a result of a doctor or other health care provider negligent acts. Sims will continue to work with clients on Legal Negligence matters.