Search for "Patrick M. Carter"
Having practiced for over 25 years, and having worked for both defendants and plaintiffs, Mr. Carter possesses the unique experience, reputation, and ability to successfully represent individuals and multiple plaintiffs. His unique experiences have helped him hone his negotiation and advocacy skills, resulting in his active participation in hundreds of employment-related cases.
Within the last ten years alone, the firm's total recoveries exceed $200,000,000.
Mr. Carter has a bankruptcy and tax practice. One particular focus is on bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy resolution of federal and state tax controversies including audits, appeals, litigation and collection matters.
Prior to becoming a member of CBG LAW GROUP, PLLC, Mr. Carter practiced at TAX ATTORNEYS, INC. in Bellevue, Washington where his practice consisted of bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy tax controversy resolution. Prior to working for TAX ATTORNEYS, INC. Mr. Carter was employed as a contract attorney with the firms of Boelter & Gale and Bogle & Gates in tax and...
Real life experience of the difficulty of employment issues spurs her to champion the needs of her clients. Blaire listens to her clients. She knows that being unable to work, facing employment discrimination, or being...
Need a lawyer?
The Justia Lawyer Directory is a listing of lawyers, legal aid organizations, and pro bono legal service organizations. Whether you were injured, are accused of a crime, or are merely engaging in everyday affairs that affect your legal rights or property, an attorney can help you resolve problems or prevent new ones from arising.
Here are just a few situations where you might want to seek the advice of an attorney:
- You were injured in a car or truck accident
- You have been arrested and charged with a crime, such as DUI or shoplifting
- You are considering separating from your spouse
- You have been subjected to harassment or other discrimination at work
Use Justia to research and compare attorneys so that you can make an informed decision when you hire your counsel.
It is important to research an attorney before hiring him or her. Be sure to evaluate an attorney's experience (types of cases handled, prior results obtained, etc.). Although prior results are not indicative of the likelihood of success in your case, they can help you make an informed decision.
Also worth serious consideration is the attorney's location, particularly if you will be traveling to visit him or her for consultations.
Finally, research an attorney to see whether he or she has ever been subject to discipline. Although disciplinary actions do not necessarily impact the attorney's competence to handle your case, they may affect your decision whether to hire.
Researching Attorney Discipline