Judge Profile:

Dean R. Brett

Dean R. Brett: Attorney with Brett McCandlis Brown & Conner PLLC


Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for Western District of Washington, 2005-Present.

American College of Trial Lawyers

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Personal Injury Law
  • Wrongful Death
  • Insurance
  • Mediation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
855-334-9522  Phone
800-925-1875  Phone
360-714-0900  Phone
866-437-0623  Fax
University Attended:
Whitman College, B.A., 1968
Law School Attended:
Stanford University, J.D., 1972
Year of First Admission:
1972, Washington; 2008, Oregon
Whatcom County (President, 1985) and Washington State Bar Associations; Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Member, Board of Governors, 1982-1985).
Birth Information:
Wenatchee, Washington, June 13, 1946
Reported Cases:
French v. Parker, State of Washington, and Whatcom County Probation Department, $5.5 million jury verdict, the largest in Skagit County history; Maxson v. WATCO, $3.5 million mediation of railroad negligence claim; Wilson v. DNR, $2.3 million verdict in landslide/flood damage claim; Syre v. Tarte, $2.1 million arbitration award for lost profits for breach of contract to purchase Roche Harbor Resort; Holz v. Burlington National Railroad, $752,600 verdict for death of motorcyclist who hit the side of a parked train; Dosanjh v. Bhatte, $800,000 for wrongful death of Canadian long-haul truck driver killed in Eastern Washington.
Payment Information:
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Accepts Visa

Bellingham, Washington

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