Fogarty Law Group PLLC

705 Second Ave. Ste. 1050Seattle, WA 98104- 1759

Updated: 05/08/2017


Fogarty Law Group PLLC represents businesses, public entities, and individuals in a broad range of civil disputes. Our varied litigation practice provides us with the opportunity to appear in state, federal and administrative actions. We also serve as local counsel for out-of-state clients. We are committed to helping our clients efficiently meet their goals.

We offer competitive rates and are open to discussing alternative fee arrangements. We do not charge for computer-assisted...


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Practice Areas

  • Business and Commercial Litigation
  • Employment Law -- Employer
  • Insurance Defense
  • Litigation & Appeals
  • Personal Injury -- Defense
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

Published Works

  • Cross Examination, Washington State Bar Association Litigation News, Winter 2010–2011
  • Effective Cross Examination of Expert and Lay Witnesses, Anatomy of a Trial, Washington State Bar Association, 2010
  • Countdown to Trial, A Crash Course for Paralegals, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2009
  • Beware of Attempting to Access Private Social Networking Sites Under the Guise of Zealous Discovery Investigation, 2009, with Diana M. Dearmin
  • Denial of Coverage, Comparative Analysis of Breach of Contract, Wrongful Denial and Bad Faith, Lessons Learned from Key Bad Faith Court Rulings, National Business Institute, 2009
  • Bad Faith Liability When No Coverage Exists, Lessons Learned from Key Bad Faith Court Rulings, National Business Institute, 2009
  • Using Expert Depositions at Trial in Washington, National Business Institute, 2008
  • Why Do Insureds Contact Attorneys, National Claims Managers Meeting for an Insurance Company, 2007
  • The Art of Cross Examination, Direct and Cross Examination for Civil Litigators, National Business Institute, 2007
  • Directors and Officers Insurance in a Post-Enron Environment, National Business Institute, 2006
  • Using Expert Depositions at Trial in Washington, National Business Institute, 2006
  • Now or Later, Environmental Supplement to Washington Journal, July 1998Toxic Tort Law in Texas, 1996




  • Kiyomi R. Mathews, Paralegal, 206-826-9410
  • Laurie L. Tucker, Bookkeeper, 206-826-9430

Office Information


705 Second Ave. Ste. 1050Seattle, WA 98104- 1759


  • 206-826-9405


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