An article by Mike Costello of The Walthew Law Firm. Did you know that long-time Walthew partner, Charlie Warner, in addition to dedicating his legal career fighting for the rights of the people of Washington State, is also a decorated Continue reading →
Our very own Bob Heller was nominated for the College Football Hall of Fame. Bob has a vast legal knowledge, but his big heart and love of people have guided him throughout his life and career. Continue reading
The relationship between legal marijuana usage and employment is changing. Understand that using marijuana has consequences. If you get caught working or driving under the influence of marijuana, there can be serious consequences.
Everyone should know about these common dangerous driving habits, so we can avoid them and be safer, more responsible drivers. After all, you wouldn’t want to be hurt in a car accident or hurt someone else, would you?
What do our three legal practice areas have in common? First and foremost for The Walthew Law Firm, it’s all about helping people.
When potential clients come to the office, I look at every case as being unique, even if I have seen the type of injury dozens of times in the past. That’s because the injury IS unique to the person who Continue reading →
In 2011, the Washington State Association for Justice awarded The Walthew Law Firm its prestigious Alvin Anderson Award. The annual award recognizes an individual or firm in Washington state that exhibits extraordinary energy, effort, and commitment to enabling WSAJ to Continue reading →
In 1911, the State legislature enacted RCW 51.04.010 which provides for “sure and certain relief” to workers injured in this state. The relief includes regular payment of time loss compensation. So what can you do to get your checks on Continue reading →
The Washington State Legislative season is upon us and that means workers’ rights will again be under attack. Employers in Washington state, through the Republican Party, continuously offer bills in Olympia that would reduce the rights of injured workers. They want Continue reading →