Tylor Laney

Tylor Laney

Tylor Laney

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Practice Emphasis:

Construction
Insurance Coverage
Casualty
Property Damage (for plaintiffs and defendants)
Bodily Injury (for plaintiffs and defendants)
Premises Liability
Products Liability
General Liability

 

Tylor is an accomplished and well-seasoned litigation attorney, with 13 years of experience handling complex, high value, and high exposure civil cases on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants.

Tylor’s practice areas include construction disputes (including construction defect), insurance coverage, subrogation, commercial contracts, property loss, premises liability, product liability, and tort based claims for property damage and bodily injury.  Tylor has a well-established track record of successful results and client satisfaction, having resolved hundreds of cases in his career.  Recent representative cases are noted below.

Tylor’s clients include developers, contractors, subcontractors, homeowners, policy holders, landowners, manufacturers, insurance companies and other public and private businesses.

Tylor believes successful litigation results from development and execution of a sound litigation strategy, including timely and complete investigation, targeted and tailored discovery, strategic and persuasive motions practice, and diligent trial preparation.

 

Recent Representative Cases:
Complete dismissal of lawsuit against original condominium developer seeking in excess of $1 Million for alleged construction defects.
Recovery of nearly $9 Million on behalf of various clients against an insurance company found to have improperly denied its duty to defend numerous lawsuits in Washington and Oregon.
Complete dismissal of lawsuit against commercial tenant seeking in excess of $500,000 in damages based on destruction of commercial building by fire.
Complete dismissal of lawsuit against commercial sprinkler company seeking in excess of $300,000 in damages based on burst pipe in condominium sprinkler system.
Complete dismissal of lawsuit against contractor seeking unspecified damages in excess of $100,000 for alleged trip and fall on structure built by contractor.
Favorable settlement (6% of gross damages) of lawsuit against builder seeking $2.5 Million for damage caused by electrical fire.
Favorable settlement (11% of gross damages) of lawsuit against stove manufacturer/installer for alleged faulty installation of stove, resulting in fire that destroyed residence.

 

Education:

J.D., University of Washington, 2004
B.A., University of Washington, 2000

 

Admitted:

Washington State Bar, 2004
United States District Court for the Western District of Washington
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington