He spent a year clerking for a judge at Division II of the Washington State Court of Appeals before embarking on his legal career. He has been practicing law in the Puget Sound Region for more than 20 years.
Greg has a strong sense of morals and ethics and believes in promoting accountability and responsibility against other individuals as well as powerful corporations. His goal is to provide high quality legal services with personal attention to each case, and to resolve claims in a fair and timely manner.
Mr. Marshall’s practice emphasizes personal injury claims involving moderate to serious injuries, covering such incidents as car and motorcycle accidents, defective products, snow and ice accumulations, and dog bites. He also handles a limited number of cases involving family law, probate, and landlord-tenant issues. His work is most rewarding when he recovers damages for clients who have been physically, emotionally, and economically injured by others.
I live in the country and enjoy driving our wooded back roads. I was returning from an errand one afternoon, just a few miles from home, when a full-size pickup literally came out of nowhere on a blind corner and headed straight for me in my lane. I barely had time to think “This is not right!” before being hit.
To this day, I do not remember the collision. The next moment I can recall was when I regained consciousness, surrounded by trees on a slope, with my airbag deployed. I had a mouthful of shattered glass that I spat out piece by piece. My chest hurt and I was bleeding from my left temple. I couldn’t move.
When the first responders arrived, I couldn’t tell them what day it was or what month it was for that matter. I had to be extracted from the vehicle with the Jaws of Life and taken by ambulance to the local emergency department.
Much to my dismay, the driver of the truck tried to tell the responding officer that I drifted into his lane! Lucky for me, the woman following me debunked that story. I have seen this kind of deflection and avoidance of responsibility many times in my practice, but I was humbled to this when it was attempted on me.
I was driving the Volvo™ in the photos and can attest that it absolutely sacrificed its life for mine. Fortunately, my injuries were not life threatening or permanent, save the scar across my temple. I gradually recovered with treatment and received a fair settlement. Now I can truly tell my personal injury clients that “I know what you’re going through. I’ve been there myself.”