Believe In Better
If you sustain a personal injury through no fault of your own, The Lawrence Kahn Law Group, P.S., will support you in your fight for compensation and justice. Our Seattle, Washington, law firm uses our experience, skill and tenacity to hold at-fault parties accountable for their wrongdoings and pushing for maximum recovery on behalf of clients. No case is too big or too small - too simple or too complex - for us to take on, as our ultimate goal is to create a safer community in which all citizens can live, work and care for their loved ones.
From day one during the free initial consultation, the team at our law firm will serve as your uncompromising advocate in your pursuit of justice. When you entrust your case to us, we will work closely with you to make a difference in your case and in the way the system deals with cases of your caliber, such as those that involve the following:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Premises liability
- Traffic collisions
- Construction injuries
- Wrongful death
The Lawrence Kahn Law Group, P.S., believes in jurors and in the power they have to keep communities safe and just. While we always approach each case from a negotiation standpoint, we prepare from day one to take your case to trial, as the best settlements come from trial-ready cases. If our law firm cannot secure a fair settlement, we will gladly entrust the jury to do the right thing. Call 425-453-5679 today to arrange your initial free consultation.
Attorney Lawrence M. Kahn
Larry has three passions in life: family, giving a hand to those less fortunate and making his community a safer place.
Larry’s area of focus is on serious injury and wrongful death. He is strongly committed to protecting clients and the community-at-large against those who choose mayhem over safety. Imagine, the more trials we do, the easier it is for our clients to settle cases and get institutional change in the bargain. While we prepare every case for trial from the moment it comes in the door, we only go to trial when we have no choice: the insurance company (behind every defendant in every trial) is looking to prevent full and fair justice.
Larry was recently speaking to a group of lawyers about the subject of why he became an injury attorney: He explained that when he was 20 years old working as a carpenter he was seriously injured when he was knocked off the second floor. He broke his back and hired a lawyer who sold him down the river of a lifetime injury for pennies on the dollar. He knew then that he should become a lawyer and do what so many don’t do: fight passionately for his clients. Larry quickly saw how clients are always treated poorly by insurance companies, the healthcare corporations and their high paid attorneys. It is not enough to be in pain or grieving, life will be made a living hell for anyone seeking justice if these institutions have their way. Larry takes care to passionately protect his clients and their families in this process. Unfortunately, jurors rarely see the troubles caused by these institutions just in navigating the way to the courthouse. His focus is on the work of obtaining justice in each and every case.
Larry feels blessed to have an accomplished 30-year career helping those who need a champion. He is a proud trial lawyer. One of the most memorable cases for him was the 20-year-old boy who crashed on a motorcycle rendering himself a quadriplegic. Larry was able to hold the Indoor Go Kart Track and 7-11 responsible for serving alcohol to a minor, recovering a substantial sum on his behalf. The young man was then able to lead an independent life. Larry unashamedly cried at his wedding to his caretaker three years later when the client said, “Every day I wake up and thank God for Larry Kahn.” In another memorable case, Larry was also able to hold accountable Virginia Mason Hospital for the wrongful death of a client who was injected with unlabeled antiseptic instead of radiological dye. In addition to a huge settlement, he helped establish a labeling protocol taught nationally and internationally to hospital staff. They also created the Mary McClinton Safety Award in his clients name to change the labeling protocols at Virginia Mason Hospital. Mary’s son Will remarked, “Mom always helped people in life, so there is some peace in knowing she is still doing so in death.”
Larry earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon and attended Southwestern University for law school.
Larry is licensed to practice in Washington and California.