Jeff Jacobs & Craig Schauermann selected by WSAJ to Honor Judge

Posted by Scott Edwards | Mar 04, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) awards judges with 20-years of service to their community with a  prestigous judicial service award.   On March 4, 2012, WSAJ awarded retired Clark County Superior Court Judge Edwin Poyfair this honor at the Clark County Bar Association General Meetingheld at the Red Lion at the Quay, in Vancouver, Washington.

Schauermann, Thayer, Jacobs & Staples attorneys Jeff Jacobs and Craig Schauermann were selected by WSAJ to present the award.  All of the attorneys at our firm have a longstanding history of membership in WSAJ–a professional organization who's mission is ” to protect and promote a fair justice system and the right to trial by jury, and to ensure that any person who is harmed by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America's courtrooms, even in actions against the most powerful interests” alligns with our philosophy and our clients' interests.  It was a great honor for our firm to have been selected to present this award to Judge Poyfair.

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Scott Edwards

Scott Edwards is a partner at Schauermann Thayer Jacobs Staples & Edwards law firm. Scott is licensed in both Oregon and Washington, and has been practicing law since 2008. Though Scott started his career working for insurance companies, he now focuses his practice on personal injury, auto accident, biking accident, and insurance cases. In his free time, Scott enjoys spending time pedaling around the streets of Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon on his bicycle.


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