The Blankenship Law Firm and its attorneys have an undaunted commitment to justice, with proven results. We have successfully litigated against entities of all sizes, including Fortune 100 corporations and government agencies as large as the United States Navy. Our firm is experienced in a wide spectrum of civil actions, primarily in the areas of employment law, personal injury, class actions, malpractice, commercial litigation, and nursing home negligence.
Our philosophy is based on the belief that legal justice should be accessible to everyone; no wrongdoer should be beyond the reach of the justice system. The cornerstone of our success is the quality relationship and open communication that we maintain with our clients. We are dedicated to seeing that our clients receive a just result.
Recent verdicts and settlements include a $8.9 million arbitration award for two physicians in Bauer & Romney v. CHI Franciscan (2020), a $2.5 million recovery for a physician in Anel v. CHI Franciscan (2015), a $1.86 million recovery for able bodies seaman in Miranda v. Alaska Longline (2017), the largest EEOC settlement per employee in a sexual harassment case in the Western United States according to the EEOC (1.72 million), and a unanimous jury verdict resulting in a recovery of over $3.9 million for race discrimination. For a more complete list of our case results, please visit our Results and Client Testimonials pages.
Our founding shareholder, Scott Blankenship, is ranked among the top ten employment lawyers in Washington State by Washington CEO magazine. He is nationally recognized by Best Lawyers as one of “The Best Lawyers in America,” and has been selected as a “Washington Super Lawyer” for each of the last seventeen years. He is also listed in the top 100 trial lawyers in Washington by ATLA. For a more complete list of his accomplishments and awards, please visit our Attorneys and Staff page.
The Blankenship Law Firm is a premier Northwest litigation firm established in 1993, with attorneys practicing in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.