When negligence from another person, company, or government entity results in a serious injury or wrongful death of a loved one, you need an experienced personal injury attorney to fight for justice on your behalf.
Don’t hesitate to reach out and see how we can help.
Losing a loved one unexpectedly is painful enough without having to grapple with the cause of death. Though pursuing a wrongful death claim won’t take away the grief you are experiencing, compensation can help cover medical costs, loss of income, and any financial burden as a result of the loss.
Wrongful death cases range from medical malpractice to fatal vehicle accidents, but whatever the circumstance, you are not alone in seeking justice.
Attorney Julie A. Kays is committed to fighting on behalf of families who have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence or misconduct.
Results for Past Personal Injury Clients
$8 MILLION SETTLEMENT
CPS Failed to Protect Six Young Children
V.C. et al v. State of Washington was a lawsuit involving the highly preventable torture and abuse of six young children were Washington State’s Child Protective Services failed to investigate reports of physical abuse in the home resulting in horrific physical abuse, torture, and neglect.
$1.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT
Student Sexually Abused by Teacher
R.B. v. Puyallup School District reached a settlement after the Puyallup School District repeatedly ignored grooming and acts of misconduct by a teacher, which resulted in a young male student being sexually abused for years by the predatory teacher.
Experienced in the
Most Challenging Areas
of Personal Injury Law
Julie A. Kays is an experienced trial lawyer and a member of the State Bar in Washington.
She has a reputation for aggressively defending the rights of victims and their families who have suffered the most horrific traumas.
Julie understands the complexities of personal injury cases, and she has the knowledge and understanding to guide you through the entire legal process.
Julie A. Kays has been helping her clients get the justice they deserve for over a decade.
Julie A. Kays in the News
Kids left in ‘house of horrors’ for years despite complaints to state
$3.75 million settlement of school abuse claim
Victims, lawyers see pattern in state DSHS oversight of child abuse cases
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