The Sharpe Law Firm handles Washington State Workers' Compensation cases and personal injury claims.Â We represent only individuals who have been injured or are disabled, never the employer or insurance company.
Our experienced, aggressive and concerned lawyers offer the help that you need, when you need it.Â If our website does not provide answers to all of your questions, we offer a free phone consultation with no obligation.
4727 44th Avenue SW
Seattle WA 98116
My law firm is one of the best workers' compensation and personal injury law offices in the state of Washington. For the past 25 years, we have exclusively represented underdog employees against the Department of Labor and Industry and corporate giants. The L&I system shortchanges injured workers of our state. I tirelessly advocate for my clients to make sure that they receive every dollar they have coming to them.
I am a native of Seattle and am a member of the King County and Washington State Bar Associations, as well as the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association. I received my law degree from the University of Puget Sound Law School and B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Washington.
When not battling L & I, I windsurf, snowboard, whitewater kayak, hike, camp, fish, and play soccer.
Please, give me a call. I would welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your case and help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
Created On: 02/10/2011
In Washington and around the country, immigrants, and especially undocumented immigrants do some of the least rewarding work: jobs where the pay is low and the risk is high. Industries with the highest concentrations of undocumented workers are farm labor, building or grounds maintenance, construction, and food service. These workers often endure dangerous and illegal workplace conditions
Created On: 11/05/2010
Claim suppression occurs when employers try to keep workers from reporting injuries on the job. RCW 51.28.010(4) Claims suppression means intentionally inducing employees to fail to report injuries...