Cases in the News
Beth Bloom combats workplace discrimination one case at a time. Her unique approach has led to many cases resulting in record-breaking verdicts garnering media attention.
An attorney representing Sherman Pruitt — who was confirmed as Edmonds’ police chief only to have the offer rescinded a week later — has filed a legal claim against the city; usually the first step toward a lawsuit.
Providence Centralia Hospital Settles Lawsuit With Former Employee After Allegedly Failing to Return Injured Employee to Work
Providence Centralia Hospital agreed last week to settle a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit brought by a former employee who claimed Providence wrongfully discharged her after failing to accommodate her medical restrictions after she was injured on the job.
Providence Health and Services - Western Washington (Providence Hospital Centralia), has agreed to settle a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit brought by Lisa Gonia, a former pharmacy technician who worked at the Centralia hospital for four years.
Andrew Richmond was one of only two black officers in the department. He claims deputy Jeff Thurman used racist comments while they worked together
Former Kennewick Fire Chief Vince Beasley is suing the city of Kennewick in federal court, saying he was fired because he is Black and opposed discriminatory practices toward racial minorities and women.
Bloom Law Secures Civil Judgement in Favor of Fire Chief Beasley, City of Kennewick Expected to Pay 600K
On January 12, 2022, former Kennewick Fire Chief Vince Beasley sued the City of Kennewick for retaliation and race discrimination.
Beth Bloom Discusses NFL Racial Bias Lawsuit with the Media
Tacoma Jury Stands Up for Educators, Awarding Teacher $546,000 in Lawsuit Against Bremerton School District
The special education teacher suffered injuries after the school principal barricaded her in a room with a known violent student.