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Psychologist: impact assessment, determination of disability and/or employability, rehabilitation planning or earning
capacity analysis, and so on. Decades of
experience in family and employment, immigration and asylum, elder and disability,
and injury and civil rights law. Appreciated by judges. Never impeached. Work
samples for serious engagement inquiries.
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Insurance — Lawyers’ professional liability,
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agent, multiple carriers, 17-plus years’
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Choice Insurance Services, 509-638-
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Expert witness/insurance bad faith consultant: Over 30 years’ combined experience:
former claims adjuster, claims manager,
insurance defense counsel, and current
plaintiffs’ counsel. Consulted for both sides
on over 50 cases. CPCU, ARM, and J.D. w/
honors. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or
office phone, 425-776-7386.
Appraiser of antiques, fine art, and household possessions. James Kemp-Slaughter
ASA, FRSA, with 33 years’ experience in
Seattle for estates, divorce, insurance,
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Nationwide corporate filings and registered agent service. Headquartered
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Effective brief writer with 20-plus years
of civil litigation experience and excellent
references available as contract lawyer.
Summary judgments, discovery motions,
trial preparation, research memos, appeals. State or federal court. Lynne Wilson; email@example.com or 206-
Experienced contract attorney with
strong research and writing skills drafts
trial and appellate briefs, motions, and
research memos for other lawyers. Resources include University of Washington
Law Library and LEXIS online. Elizabeth
Dash Bottman, WSBA No. 11791. 206-526-
Forensic document examiner: Retired
from the Eugene Police Department.
Trained by the U.S. Secret Service and
the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. Court-qualified in state and federal courts. Con-