The Proven Seattle Personal Injury Lawyer You Need On Your Side
Paul Arnold Wallstrom has been practicing injury law since 1978. Over that period, he’s accumulated an impressive record of success for victims of injury.
He has the credentials you’d expect of an accomplished litigator. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington (1975) and a law degree from Willamette University (1978), both cum laude. He’s been admitted to the Washington State Bar, the Oregon State Bar and the U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts.
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Those credentials give him a solid grounding, but it’s really his formula for winning cases, especially in the past 15 years, that makes him almost unbeatable.
It’s a simple formula that any attorney could follow but almost no other attorney does. As a result of employing this formula, he wins over 96% of his cases, and he’s been invited into the Washington State Association of Justice EAGLE program as well as the American Association for Justice, an exclusive group of attorneys that includes only 2.5 percent of all trial attorneys in the state of Washington.
The formula is simply this:
- Listen to your client
- Do thorough research to identify cases that can be won on points of law
- Take only those few cases that meet the criteria
- Present the case evenhandedly – the strong points and the weak
- Be scrupulously honest with the client, the judge and the jury
He Listens To You, And It Pays Off
A recent client had been hit by a motorist who was also a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. The client had waited nearly three years and filed the injury claim through another attorney. The federal court was prepared to dismiss the case, ruling that it fell outside the federal two-year limitation. By really listening to the client, Mr. Wallstrom discovered that the client had been told by the lieutenant to contact his insurance company. By arguing that his client was misled by the lieutenant, Mr. Wallstrom convinced the court to not dismiss the case and won a $1.7 million ruling.
When He Represents You In Front Of A Jury, The Jury Believes Him
When it comes time to present to a judge or jury, most attorneys gloss over issues they don’t really understand and spin issues they know are weak. That might work for the length of a conversation, but in the drawn-out process of a trial, judges and juries pick up on things the attorney didn’t disclose or wasn’t accurate about. They lose trust in the attorney and tend to rule against the attorney’s client.
Because Mr. Wallstrom’s presentations are clear, understandable and evenhanded, judges and juries find them honest and convincing. They rule in favor of his clients. And they often award substantial verdicts.
Put An Experienced Attorney On Your Side
You cannot afford to be without an experienced advocate as you seek the full compensation you deserve for your accident-related damages. Call 206-558-9662 for your free initial consultation with one of Seattle’s winningest attorneys.