Tacoma Personal Injury, Criminal Defense & DUI Lawyers
We at the Hester Law Group are aggressive advocates for our clients – with over 100 years of combined litigation experience. We pursue justice and explore sensible solutions for those we represent and their families. Our attorneys include Monte Hester. Wayne Fricke. Brett Purtzer. Lance Hester. and Casey Arbenz. We are here to fight for your Constitutional Rights, negotiate optimal results, and go to trial on your case if justice so requires.
We Are Trial Lawyers
We have successfully tried cases in both state and federal courts located in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, California, Nevada, Montana, Idaho and Arizona. Our representation has been documented in news articles, television shows and even in books about our clients and their cases. We understand how to navigate high profile cases but we also understand that many of our clients require anonymity. We will fight for what is best for you.
While it is impossible to predict how a case will work out it is crucial to retain a lawyer who values successful outcomes. See some of our recent results below:
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Casey Arbenz helped a client get a petition for domestic violence restraining order dismissed following two hearings in Pierce County Superior Court. Mr. Arbenz filed declarations on his client’s behalf which showed the petitioner was unable to prove his case.
Lance Hester successfully negotiated a resolution for his client in Tacoma Municipal Court whereby the client’s DUI (refusal) case was amended to Negligent Driving in the first degree. The client received no jail time and roughly a $300 fine.
Casey Arbenz successfully convinced the Court of Appeals to reverse a finding of summary judgement against his client who was injured while riding her bike on the Foothills Trail. The defendant (Pierce County) had claimed immunity. Thanks to Mr. Arbenz’s good work, his client will get her day in court. Read the opinion here: http://www.courts.wa.gov/opinions/?fa=opinions.disp ?>