If you have been fired from your job you may be able to sue for damages. Your employer cannot fire you from your job due to status in a protected class such as race, creed, color or sex, etc. You also cannot be fired for union activity. You can sue your former employer for breaking the law and for lost wages.
If you have been injured by an unsafe condition on someone else’s property you are entitled to compensation.
Police misconduct is all too common. If you are the victim of misconduct at the hands of the police you are entitled to compensation.
HEAD INJURIES AND PTSD
These are two areas of injury that are often overlooked. Emergency rooms routinely fail to diagnose concussions which can affect every area of your life. PTSD often results from a traumatic event such as a car accident. You deserve compensation if you are injured in this manner.
Our goal is to provide you personalized legal services if you have been injured through the fault of another or wrongfully terminated. You will be dealing directly with me. You and I will make the decisions about what is best for your case, not paralegals or other staff.
We fight to represent you. And you only pay if you win.
MEET LORI S. HASKELL
Lori S. Haskell has been a trial attorney practicing in plaintiff personal injury and related matters for more than 30 years. She is uncompromising in her pursuit of justice for each and every client she represents. Lori Haskell offers competent and caring advocacy in personal injury, police misconduct, premises liability, auto collision, and employment law cases. She will not stop until she gets the justice you deserve.
Lori lets the other side know she is ready, willing, and able to advocate on behalf of her clients. Lori has a broad array of experience trying cases and getting them settled in mediation because the case is in a posture that we are ready for trial.
Lori has a unique background having worked in television news for 10 years before becoming a lawyer. She is visual in her presentations and works tirelessly for her clients.
Lori has spent her legal career fighting for justice on behalf of injured people. She has particular expertise in traumatic brain injuries, whiplash, chronic pain syndromes, and traumatic fibromyalgia. Ms. Haskell specializes in auto accident cases, and battles major insurance companies when they are more focused on their profit margins than the people they are supposed to protect.
Lori Haskell is proud to stand up for victims of discrimination. She has represented clients against employers in civil rights cases based on race, age, and gender discrimination. She’s also battled against employers and big corporations that have failed to accommodate disabilities, union activity, and HIV AIDS.
As a trial attorney, Lori has mentored many younger attorneys having been mentored herself by Justice Tom Chambers of the Washington Supreme Court. An accomplished trial attorney, he saw the fierce potential that Ms. Haskell demonstrated right out of law school.
She has written over 30 articles to teach other lawyers the art of personal injury law, is a sought after speaker and has taught at the National Institute of Trial Attorneys. Ms. Haskell clerked for the Alaska Supreme Court before going into private practice for herself. She knows the art of advocacy and applies it successfully for her clients.
Lawyers are often thought of as lacking a sense of humor. That is a characteristic that does not apply to Lori Haskell. And in her spare time, she scuba dives around the world, loves to spend time in the sunshine of the Caribbean and reads voraciously. While she loves the Pacific Northwest and will always call it home, traveling and exploring other cultures is one of her passions.
"Lori Haskell has the talent to do her job with brilliant expertise. She took our case and learned who we were and how we were affected by our accident before she took on the big insurance guys. She went after them and got everything that was legally due to us instead of what was offered to us to settle the case. I believe the best recommendation that we have is that should anything like this ever happen again there is no-one else that we would want to handle our case other than Lori Haskell."