Dianne Marlow has more than 20 years of complex litigation experience in the areas of medical malpractice, wrongful death, catastrophic personal injury, drug and medical device liability, and professional healthcare licensure matters. She also has experience in general personal injury, construction defect, employment, workers compensation, probate/TEDRA, civil rights, and contract disputes. She has worked in both plaintiff and defense firms in all phases of litigation from case screening through the appeals process in multiple state and federal courts and excels in her work at trial.
Dianne has been a Registered Nurse for 35 years, bringing added value to the defense of our clients with medical cases. She has worked in both adult and pediatric cardiac intensive care units, cardiac cath labs, and neonatal ICUs, performed pacemaker and implantable defibrillator testing for a medical device company and has managed a pediatric hospital cardiac outpatient service with a census of 900 patients per month. She moved cross-country with a colleague to create and implement the first pediatric cardiac electrophysiology service in the WAMI region, bringing curative catheter ablation procedures to children in the area. She has coordinated numerous investigational drug and medical device studies with hospitals, private sector companies, and the FDA, lectured nationwide at medical conferences and has published chapters in a pediatric cardiology medical textbook.
- Texas Woman’s University – B.S., magna cum laude, Nursing
- Medical-Legal Consulting Institute – Legal Nurse Consultant Certification
- Edmonds Community College – Advanced Paralegal Certificate
OUTSIDE THE FIRM
In her precious spare time, Dianne serves as the Transport Coordinator for Old Dog Haven, getting unadoptable senior dogs out of shelters and into permanent foster homes for veterinary care and rehabilitation. She has also volunteered in her community administering COVID vaccinations during the pandemic. Outside of volunteer work, Dianne enjoys dressage training with her off-track Thoroughbred mare Unconventional, taking her senior rescue dogs to breweries, and catching up with her son who lives in Japan.