Personal injury lawyer
We provide free telephonic consultations with no obligation to retain our services.
We charge on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don’t obtain any legal fees unless or until we collect an award or settlement for our client. Our clients do not need to provide any money to us in order to retain our services.
We will also pay the costs incurred in our client’s cases up-front, with the understanding (as all Washington attorneys must have with their clients) that the client is always ultimately responsible for the costs of their case. We discuss our fees and costs in detail with every client and advise them of the risks and rewards of their individual case.
We advise, we don’t dictate.
Our job is to provide our clients with sound advice and information so that they can make informed decisions.
We come to you!
We don’t make our injured clients, who already have enough on their plate, travel to us. We will come to you to fill out all representation documents and exchange information needed.
Bruce Wiener is an exceptionally well-educated and experienced personal injury lawyer. After obtaining his undergraduate degree at the University of California, Berkeley, Mr. Wiener moved to San Diego where he completed the rigorous law program at University of San Diego in 1981. Mr. Wiener then participated in a two-year clerkship at the United States Bankruptcy Court, receiving the Federal Distinguished Service Award for his outstanding legal work. Mr. Wiener began his legal career in Los Angeles, where he spent nine years as an insurance defense attorney, becoming a partner in his firm.
James Lambka is one of the most experienced personal injury trial lawyers in Seattle, participating in more than one dozen jury and bench trials and hundreds of arbitrations, private trials, and similar proceedings. In 1989, Mr. Lambka graduated from Michigan State University, where he majored in the Justice, Morality, and Constitutional Democracy program. After completing this demanding four-year curriculum, he received a law degree in 1992 from the highly competitive, prestigious law school at Washington and Lee University, which is consistently ranked in the nation’s top 20 law programs.
While in law school, James Lambka became a Francis Lewis Law Fellow, and, in 1992, James Lambka wrote a forward-thinking article entitled “One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – The Mentally Retarded Criminal Defendant and the Death Penalty.” In 2002, the U.S. Supreme Court essentially adopted the position outlined in his article. James has given presentations at Continuing Legal educational seminars for other attorneys and maintains the firm blog.
After moving to Seattle and passing the Washington Bar, James Lambka built a successful and respectable legal career defending the rights of personal injury victims. Mr. Lambka possesses extensive experience with trials and all types of litigation proceedings. He maintains membership in Washington State Association for Justice (formerly the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association) and The Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
James Lambka resides in Seattle and is a committed father to two wonderful children. James enjoys outdoor recreation including backpacking and golf as well as travel, cooking, and most sporting events, especially the Thunderbirds and Sounders.