Just as time was running out for a wheelchair-bound collision victim to recover compensation from a negligent driver, Rebeccah Graham jumped in and filed suit to set things right.
When a mall balked at taking responsibility for a dangerous walkway, Mike Maxwell brought in a series of experts to demonstrate their negligence and hold them to account.
CONSTRUCTION PREMISES LIABILITY
To assist with a complicated litigation over a construction worksite injury, a prominent attorney brought in Mike Maxwell to help achieve the result that the injured worker deserved.
When a pedestrian was injured in a crosswalk, she enlisted Mike Maxwell’s help to press her case against the insurance company of another prominent personal injury attorney.
UNSAFE SIDEWALK, PREMISES LIABILITY
In pursuit of car prowlers, a man suffered an injury on a sidewalk in disrepair. The Maxwell Graham team were called upon to successfully press his claim against King County.
When a woman fell down the stairs at the Lemay-America Car Museum, the museum denied the existence of video showing similar, earlier incidents. Maxwell Graham forced them to admit otherwise.
When a veteran suffered paralysis following spinal surgery at a VA hospital, Mike Maxwell was brought in to pursue the difficult task of filing a claim against a government-owned hospital.
When a highway collision involving three semis caused lasting injury to an innocent driver, the trucking companies denied culpability. Then Maxwell Graham got involved and they changed their tune.
An African-American man was pepper-sprayed and injured by a white security guard in Westlake Plaza for no reason. Maxwell Graham came to the rescue, demonstrating that the attack was racially motivated.