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First Amendment Education: Empowering Students
First Amendment Education: Empowering Students
As an advocate for personal injury law, Neil Stubbs from Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel understands the critical role education plays…
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Tacoma Community: 3 Benefits of a Personal Injury Law Firm that Gives Back
Tacoma Community: 3 Benefits of a Personal Injury Law Firm that Gives Back
When it comes to hiring a personal injury law firm, finding one that not only provides exceptional legal representation but…
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EPIC Law Firm Wins Case, Construction Site Fall Victim Awarded $1,666,552.95
EPIC Law Firm Wins Case, Construction Site Fall Victim Awarded $1,666,552.95
Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel Attorneys James McCormick and Neil Stubbs are pleased to report an excellent trial verdict.  On January…
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“Lonely”: New Single by Sam Parker
“Lonely”: New Single by Sam Parker
New Single "Lonely" by local band Sam Parker marks the First of 3  Here at EPIC we like to celebrate…
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STEVE BULZOMI: BACK IN ACTION
STEVE BULZOMI: BACK IN ACTION
On July 14, 2021, EPIC Law celebrated the triumphant return of senior partner and beloved attorney Steve Bulzomi, following his…
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Staff Highlight: Up-and Coming Musician Sam Parker
Staff Highlight: Up-and Coming Musician Sam Parker
Sam Parker has been with EPIC since January of 2021 as our front desk clerk and receptionist at our office…
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EPIC law firm helps injured firefighter Daniel Lyon secure $5 million settlement
EPIC law firm helps injured firefighter Daniel Lyon secure $5 million settlement
Lyon case is settled prior to Supreme Court oral arguments. OLYMPIA, Wash. – Attorneys from Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel successfully…
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First Responders Stripped of legal rights: EPIC Law Firm Challenges Outdated Law
First Responders Stripped of legal rights: EPIC Law Firm Challenges Outdated Law
First responders should have equal legal rights when hurt by negligence. OLYMPIA, Wash. – Attorneys from Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel…
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Madigan Army Medical Center Won’t Appeal $12.3M Verdict for Surgery That Burned Child
Madigan Army Medical Center Won’t Appeal $12.3M Verdict for Surgery That Burned Child
The government's appeal had threatened to hold up money the child's family needs to pay for his medical expenses, which…
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Feres Doctrine Discriminates Against Service Members who Fight for Us
Feres Doctrine Discriminates Against Service Members who Fight for Us
By Jeremy Johnston It might seem impossible, but it’s true, the people who put their lives on the line to…
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Judge Orders Madigan to Pay $12.3 Million in Botched Surgery that Disfigured Child
Judge Orders Madigan to Pay $12.3 Million in Botched Surgery that Disfigured Child
Madigan Army Medical Center has been hit with a $12.3 million verdict after the Army admitted it was negligent and…
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A Baby’s Oxygen Mask Ignited during Surgery at Madigan Court Awards Family $12 Million
A Baby’s Oxygen Mask Ignited during Surgery at Madigan Court Awards Family $12 Million
The family of a baby who was severely burned when his oxygen face mask caught fire during surgery at Madigan…
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