Thomas Breen has a reputation as an impressive trial attorney. He is a
true lawyer who excels in the courtroom. As an accomplished trial attorney,
Tom has a long track record of successful results in complex litigation
cases, even against some of the largest and most powerful companies. He
genuinely loves being a lawyer and helping clients during their time of need.
Tom received law degree from The University of Texas School of Law. In
law school, Tom worked as a clerk for Dick DeGuerin, a well-known trial
lawyer. Tom was also the recipient of the prestigious Cain Fellowship,
which afforded him the opportunity to work on environmental law matters
in Latin America for the Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Antonio Herman Benjamin.
After graduating from law school, Tom served as a Deputy Prosecutor in
King County, first-chairing numerous trials all the way to verdict. Prior
to joining SGB, Tom worked at a variety of firms, including as lead counsel
for a litigation firm and as an attorney for a commercial litigation practice.
Through this experience, Tom gained a wealth of experience in how to tackle
cases in litigation, mediation, and arbitration.
Tom's areas of practice are focused on product liability, medical malpractice,
asbestos exposure, and general litigation issues such as employment and contract disputes.
- The University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 2003
- Middlebury College. M.A., 1994
University of Albany, State University of New York, B.A.,
cum Laude, 1993
- Reached arbitration award for clients after multi-week hearing. Client
was awarded attorney's fees.
- Reached arbitration award for client after one-week arbitration.
- Represented numerous settlements for clients in mesothelioma matters.
- Represented substantial settlement in medical malpractice matter for client
with a traumatic brain injury.
- Represented substantial settlement for client in pregnancy discrimination lawsuit.
- Achieved verdict in client's favor after three-week jury trial in King
County Superior Court.
- Achieved verdict for client after two-week jury trial in Island County
- On appeal reversed orders entered by trial court for three cases.
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