Our Record Speaks for Itself
At Tamaki Law, we know what it takes to win virtually any type of personal injury lawsuit. Check out our track record of winning case results to see how we have changed lives through our work in representing victims of accidents, injuries, abuse, and other personal injury situations.
- Auto Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Premises Liability
- Sex Abuse
- Wrongful Death
Recovered from city for injuries caused by dangerous water meter well
Recovered for child suffering head injury after falling from opening in stairway
Recovered for injuries man sustained after falling into delivery bay unprotected by railing
$12 Million Recovery
Confidential settlement; largest medical malpractice settlement in Eastern WA
$2.5 Million Recovery
Recovered from a hospital for failure to diagnose spinal infection
Recovered from doctors for failure to diagnose dislocated hip on x-ray
Recovered from ER physician for misreading CT scan
Recovered from hospital and physician for negligent medication overdose of elderly patient
Recovered from medical professionals for birth trauma
Recovered from nursing home for failure to implement fall plan, resulting in death
Recovered from nursing home for failure to implement fall plan, resulting in injury
Recovered from insurance company for bad faith refusal to pay spouse for loss of husband
On the eve of trial, Tamaki Law reached settlement with DSHS in the amount of $6.55 million for six clients who were sexually and physically abused as children in a home that DSHS knew was abusive and unsafe.
Tamaki Law obtained a $6.4 million settlement from the Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) on behalf of victims of a violent crime spree committed by serial rapist and murderer Michael “Cowboy Mike” Braae.
Tamaki Law entered into the largest settlement with a religious order in history. The Society of Jesus, Oregon Province (also known as the Northwest Jesuits), a religious order within the Catholic Church, agreed to pay $166 million to more than 500 victims for sexual abuse committed by Jesuits in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.