The FAVROS Law litigation team obtained summary judgment dismissal of a class action lawsuit against a local hospital in which the plaintiffs claimed the hospital engaged in fraudulent and unlawful collections practices.
FAVROS|LAW wins its 6th straight trial in 2017. On October 12, 2017, Scott O’Halloran, Michele Atkins and the FAVROS|LAW litigation team won a defense verdict on behalf of their client, a family practice physician, in a medical malpractice and wrongful death case tried in Pierce County Superior Court.
On February 1, 2017, Tom Fain and Eddie Hynes obtained a unanimous defense verdict in a case where plaintiff claimed that alleged over-prescriptions of Ambien caused behavioral problems that resulted in him abusing his spouse. After going into the third week of trial, the jury returned a unanimous verdict that the defendant was not negligent in his prescribing practices.
Scott O’Halloran, Deanna White, and the FAVROS litigation team won a unanimous defense verdict on behalf of their client, a family practice physician, in a medical malpractice and wrongful death case tried in King County. Plaintiff claimed that the physician was negligent in his response to two phone calls from the patient’s wife, causing the patient to suffer myocardial infarction that led to his death.
Jake Winfrey, Todd Reichert, and the FAVROS litigation team won a defense verdict in a medical malpractice and wrongful death case involving a cardiac surgery patient. The plaintiff claimed that the UW physicians were negligent with regard to post-operative management of the patient's temporary pacemaker, which they claimed caused the patient's death. The jury agreed that the defendants complied with the standard of care and returned a defense verdict.
Congratulations to Eric Norman, Todd Reichert and the FAVROS Law litigation team, who received a defense verdict in the case of Michel v. UWMC.
Congratulations to Michele Atkins, Eddie Hynes and the FAVROS Law Litigation team who received a unanimous defense verdict in a medical malpractice case tried in Clallam County.
FAVROS is excited to announce that voters have elected FAVROS attorney Tim Ashcraft to serve as a Pierce County Superior Court Judge, Department 2...
Plaintiff claimed that a radiologist negligently misinterpreted her upper extremity MRI, which caused her injuries...
After Jake Winfrey obtained summary judgment on behalf of a FAVROS client in a medical malpractice lawsuit...
Congratulations to Tim Ashcraft, Deanna White and the FAVROS Law litigation team, who received a defense verdict in the case of Albright v. Antles.
Congratulations to Eron Cannon, Jennifer Smitrovich, Mark Melter, and the FAVROS Law Litigation team for obtaining summary judgment dismissal of all extra-contractual claims against ANPAC...
Congratulations to Jake Winfrey, Todd Reichert and the FAVROS Law litigation team who received a defense verdict...
In the world of medical malpractice litigation in Washington State courts, the possibility of a plaintiff obtaining some recovery based on a “loss of chance” has been around since at least 1983. We could spend a lot of time debating what the law should be and wondering whether to thank or blame the state of Michigan or the guy who wrote those articles in the Yale Law Journal. But perhaps the best course for confronting these kinds of claims in Washington courts today is to nail down some basic practical realities stated in the handful of published Washington cases on loss of chance.
James represents and advises healthcare professionals and entities in medical malpractice actions. He also represents health care practitioners in licensing and disciplinary disputes. Additionally, James has experience with business litigation and represents clients in a variety of civil litigation matters.
FAVROS|LAW is proud to announce that Mary Spillane has been named one of the Top 10 in the 2017 Washington Super Lawyers List. Congratulations, Mary!
FAVROS welcomes Heidi Hegewald as an associate attorney in our Seattle office. Heidi’s practice focuses on the representation of health care professionals, hospitals, and other providers in medical malpractice actions and disciplinary actions. Heidi also has experience in litigation involving construction defect, personal injury, and products liability.
Rachel’s practice focuses on the representation of health care professionals, hospitals and other providers in medical malpractice actions and disciplinary actions. Rachel also has experience in other areas of complex litigation including construction defect, products liability, premise liability, and commercial litigation.
FAVROS is happy to welcome Monica Cadagan as associate attorney in the Tacoma office. Monica represents and advises healthcare professionals and entities in medical malpractice actions. She also represents health care practitioners in licensing and disciplinary disputes. Additionally, Monica has experience representing business entities in various civil matters.
FAVROS is happy to welcome Caitlyn Portz to our firm. Caitlyn is an associate attorney in the Seattle office who represents and advises health care professionals, hospitals, and other providers in medical malpractice actions. Caitlyn also represents health care practitioners in licensing and disciplinary disputes.
Mary Spillane was recently selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2017 in the fields of Appellate Practice and Health Care Law. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation.
Todd is an experienced litigator and trial attorney who has consistently demonstrated the ability to meet the firm’s mission of practicing law at the highest levels of the profession and in achieving the best possible results for our clients. Todd has a bright future and we are glad that he is part of our team. Congratulations Todd!