2 Programs with Patricia Anderson

Patricia Anderson joined the Luvera Law Firm in 1997. This past year, she partnered with David Beninger in obtaining a $38.25 million jury verdict for a bicyclist hit by a valet driver; a $12 million arbitration award for the death of a former Police Chief and injuries to his wife from a car collision; and a $6 million settlement for an electrical brain injury to a worker electrocuted by overhead powerlines on a roadway construction site. She serves on the board of directors for Washington Association for Justice and WSAJ’s Judicial Relations and Awards committees, writes articles for Trial News, presents at continuing legal education seminars, and teaches trial advocacy in Steve Fury’s Trial Skills program for young lawyers. Her professional memberships include WSAJ, American Association for Justice, American Bar Association, King County Bar Association, and the Washington State Bar Association. She is a past board member of Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, past president and board member of Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance environmental advocacy group, and was a founding member of Amnesty International Group 624. After graduating magna cum laude from Whitworth College, Anderson obtained her J.D. from Seattle University School of Law with honors in 1987. She’s a graduate of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College. Patti and Mike, her husband of more than 30 years, raised their two sons and many dogs in the Northwest, and have deep roots here. They enjoy hiking, camping, bicycling, kayaking, fishing, and exploring the shores and waters of Whidbey Island and beyond.

 
Fighting for Justice in a Divided World: Ordinary Heroes in Trial

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Credit: WA

WSAJ 2017 Convention

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Credit: WA


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