Resources

Consumer Resources

The following resources are provided to help you navigate a variety of consumer issues.  These tools provide essential information as well as point you to other valuable resources available to you in your community.  If you have questions or need additional information, please contact WSAJ at 206-464-1011 or wsaj@washingtonjustice.org.

The following brochures are provided to educate consumers concerning common topics of interest.  These easy-to-understand brochures cover basic concepts, consumer rights and responsibilities, answers to common questions, and provide contact information for additional resources.  However, you still might need the assistance of an attorney.  Click here to find an attorney.  To order a brochure, please print out the Order Form.

Client Booklets 

Consumer Resources:  Foreclosure Assistance

Facing foreclosure?  The Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) believes it is important that you have access to information, assistance and effective legal advocates when dealing with the possibility of foreclosure.

Speakers Bureau

WSAJ is pleased to provide an engaging, knowledgeable speaker for a classroom setting or for your next event.  Our speakers are experienced trial attorneys who specialize in a wide range of issues that relate to your constitutional rights and the civil justice system.  Their experience qualifies them to address topics such as Consumer Protection, Medical Malpractice, Government Accountability, Workers’ Compensation, Employment Law, the Legal Profession, as well as many other issues.

Complete the following form to request a speaker, or email anita@washingtonjustice.org  for more information.

Debunking the Myths

Our nation’s forefathers created the civil justice system as the foundation for a fair and just society.  The civil justice system guarantees a fair and independent judiciary, and the right of any citizen to seek justice by a jury of their peers.  Members of the Washington State Association for Justice guard this right when they represent deserving individuals who have been harmed by the negligence of others, and together they seek justice. 

Often, powerful interests that dominate our political processes demand that state legislatures and Congress restrict citizens’ access to our courts.  WSAJ wants to make sure you are informed with the truth about the civil justice system in our state.  Click below for more information about the civil justice system, tort reform and lawsuits.

Click here to view Myths & Facts

Click here to view Research

 

 

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