Ryan has a passion for helping people navigate the complexities of litigation and ensuring they receive a just resolution of their personal injury claims. A just resolution holds a different meaning for each case and Ryan utilizes his diverse experience to help clients understand the nuances of their claim in order to determine the best approach to reaching a just resolution whether it be through mediation, arbitration or trial.
He graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law where he was a Senior Staff Editor on the Seattle Journal for Social Justice. He was also a member of the inaugural class at Seattle University’s Alaska Satellite Law Campus in Anchorage where he spent his third year of law school gaining valuable experience interning for Alaska’s Office of Public Advocacy in the Office of Elder Fraud & Assistance, as well as for an Alaska Native Corporation.
Beginning his legal career at ILG, Ryan went on to work for a top-tier construction litigation firm in Seattle representing property owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in complex construction and commercial litigation. In rejoining the ILG team, Ryan brought back his compassion and knowledge to listen, fight, and win for those who have been injured or damaged by the negligence of others.
Ryan lives in Seattle, but is often venturing to the outdoors to enjoy all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Washington.