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Julie A. Kays

Government Liability &
Sexual Abuse Attorney in Seattle

Julie A. Kays is here to advocate for you during this difficult time.

She has no tolerance for those who intentionally or negligently mistreat others. With over 20 years of experience, Julie has developed the expertise to understand and analyze your case.

As an attentive listener, she will work diligently to fight for justice on your behalf.

To speak with an experienced government liability and sexual abuse attorney in Washington, reach out to see how we can help you.

ulie A. Kays - Sexual Abuse and Injury Attorney in Seattle, Washington

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Law Practice Areas

Standing up to large institutions, public entities, state agencies, and employees of the government takes expert knowledge of how these sectors run. It also takes sharp instincts when it comes to exposing negligence or gross misconduct. Attorney Julie A. Kays has the background and expertise.

Julie is focused on the areas of law that help innocent people recover from horrific damages brought on by another’s carelessness or when a government entity fails to protect the people of Washington state.

Why Choose Julie A. Kays?

Experience

With experience as a Senior Prosecuting Attorney in King County, Julie A. Kays knows the criminal side of your case. This allows her to get to the truth. She knows the ins and outs of state entities like Child Protective Services and argues your case with detailed insight on how you were wronged.

Results

Julie A. Kays has tried over a hundred cases in front of a jury. She has a substantial trial record that includes over $20 million in jury verdicts and settlements in excess of $30 million. When bad things happen, you need someone who will be personally involved and committed to finding justice for you.

Dedication

Julie A. Kays is dedicated to making your voice heard. She understands that this is an extremely difficult time in your life as well as the lives of your loved ones. She does everything she can to listen and tell your story so that justice is properly served.

RECENt Settlement WON

$1.95 MILLION

K.C. et al v. Snohomish County

Snohomish County Parks failed to put into place protective measures and enforce existing park rules to secure the safety of attendees at a summer movie night in the park. In the absence of protective measures, the 15-year-old girl was given alcohol and drugs by an older male predator who then sexually assaulted her during the movie night.

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The young girl and her mother brought suit to shine a light on the County’s failures, and force the County to make policy and staffing changes to ensure the protection of all attendees at movie nights. The Parks Director was made aware of the young girl’s intoxicated condition and the presence of the male predator but proceeded to leave the minor unaccompanied while she waited for her mother to pick her up. This is when the assault took place.

This incident led to the fight for civil justice and to make-right Snohomish County’s failure to have in place appropriate security staff, or off-duty law enforcement, to ensure the safety of all attendees at the event.
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Julie A. Kays in the News

KOMO News: State agrees to pay $8 million to 6 abused siblings

Washington state agrees to an $8 million settlement with six siblings who were tortured and abused for years while Child Protective Services failed to take action. The children’s attorney, Julie Kays, says the siblings were regularly beaten and repeatedly denied food.

KING 5 News: $3.75 million settlement of school abuse claim

Puyallup School District agreed to pay $3.75 million to the families of five former special needs students. The settlement averts a trial on the claim that the district was negligent in reporting and investigating allegations that another student was molesting his classmates in a restroom at school.

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