The Scott Law Group P.S.


Our legal efforts often focus on the use of class actions and other civil procedures that permit people to join forces to seek legal redress for injuries they have suffered in common.  

We have pursued claims of people who have been harmed by:

  1.     Pharmaceutical drugs

  2.     Deceptive Internet practices

  3.     Deceptive debt settlement & debt adjustment firms

  4.     Negligently caused wild fires

  5.     Unfair wage and employment practices

DISCLAIMER: The material on The Scott Law Group’s website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.  It may be out of date, incomplete or incorrect.  The Scott Law Group and its attorneys do not offer any guarantee of case results.  Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.  An individual attorney-client relationship does not exist between you and The Scott Law Group until a retainer agreement has been signed.  If you wish to speak to an attorney, please feel free to call, email or fax The Scott Law Group. 

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  1.    Defectively manufactured home and consumer products

  2.     Asbestos contaminated attic insulation

  3.     Defective in-wall electrical heaters

  4.     Fraudulent consumer billing practices

  5.     The deceptive sale of securities


Washington State Court of Appeals Limits Use of Arbitration Agreements by Attorneys

Yesterday, the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division III, issued an important decision that prevents lawyers from unscrupulously stripping their clients of the important legal rights through the use of arbitration agreements. ...


The Scott Law Group Attorney Co-Authores Article in King County Bar Association Bulletin

The Scott Law Group lawyer Matthew J. Zuchetto co-authored an article that was published in the March 2014 King County Bar Association Bulletin.



Federal Court Judge Issues Ruling Protecting Constitutional Right to Counsel

Yesterday, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington issued its memorandum decision in Wilbur et al. v. City of Mount Vernon.  The Court ruled that the cities of Mount Vernon and Burlington failed to provide adequate defense services to indigent defendants. ...


J Hass Group and GreenByPhone litigation update

On March 14, 2014, after more than two years of contentious litigation, the Honorable Stephanie Arend of Pierce County Superior Court granted preliminary approval of two class settlements: Mikelson, et al. v. J. Hass Group, LLC, et al and Mikelson, et al. v. GreenByPhone, LLC, et al.


Global Debt Management litigation update

On March 7, 2014, Plaintiffs filed their motion for final approval of the class actin settlement, and for an award of attorneys fees.  The following documents can be viewed by clicking on the links: ...


Zonolite Attic Insulation litigation update

W.R. Grace’s Plan of Reorganization, at long last, became final on February 3, 2014.  Consequently, W.R. Grace has now funded the Zonolite Attic Insulation Trust from which eligible ZAI claimants will be paid. ...