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Parker Davidson brings his experience in civil litigation to Bullivant's Casualty Defense team, where he navigates clients through multi-faceted legal issues obtaining excellent results. Parker takes an active role in litigating cases for his clients, from discovery through arbitration or trial. He distills complex factual and legal issues into straightforward written and oral advocacy allowing courts and juries to readily understand his clients' positions.
Parker has advocated for commercial, municipal, and governmental agency clients in the defense of claims for product liability, commercial and residential construction issues, professional negligence, violations of consumer protection and civil rights laws, and personal & catastrophic injury. From the plaintiff's side, Parker has helped his clients to recover damages stemming from contractual disputes. Parker also advises insurers regarding coverage obligations and has defended insurers in commercial disputes involving claims for equitable contribution and breach of contract.
Prior to joining the Bullivant team, Parker gained valuable experience in his role as in-house counsel for a major insurance company. He represented the company and its insureds through all phases of litigation, including at arbitration and trial.
Parker earned his J.D. from Seattle University School of Law, graduating magna cum laude, where he was a member of Phi Alpha Delta and the Business & Entrepreneurship Law Association. He received the Academic Merit Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement and the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for the highest grade in both Antitrust Law and Business Dispute Resolution.
Aguayo-Becerra v. FLSmidth, Inc., 2017 WL 5900348 (W.D. Wash. 2017) appeal filed. Successfully obtained summary judgment dismissal of Plaintiff's seven-figure claim against his industrial construction client in a product liability case.
Plaintiff v. Insured. Co-chaired trial and obtained jury verdict awarding damages of only $5,000 against client in a stipulated liability case involving allegations of traumatic brain injury and a cervical ligament tear.
Frivolous Lien and Breach of Contract. Successfully represented a national crane company in the defense of a claim for frivolous lien, and obtained a favorable settlement for client's breach of contract claim against a commercial tower development company.
Plaintiff v. Insured. Litigated a stipulated liability case through arbitration and limited client's exposure by securing a total arbitration award of less than Plaintiff's medical special damages.