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jrandolph@bsslslawfirm.com

John M. Randolph

 

John Randolph is a civil litigation attorney with years of experience in insurance defense, insurance law, and personal injury. Since joining the firm, he has had many successful litigation results, including prevailing in numerous dispositive rulings across the State of Washington. He obtained his first defense verdict in mandatory arbitration within his first year of practice. John has appeared as counsel of record in nearly every county of Eastern Washington, as well as Pierce County, Washington and Kootenai County, Idaho.

Since joining the firm, John has added general liability, medical malpractice, examinations under oath, and commercial liability to his areas of practice. Additionally, John has been featured in the Defense News for his success in civil defense litigation.

Prior to law school, John was an insurance adjuster handling complex litigation claims. John excelled in law school and was an editor of the Gonzaga Law Review and a member of the Moot Court Honors Council. John is an avid fisherman, a regular blood donor, and an IronMan triathlete.

 

PRACTICE AREAS:

  • Insurance Defense
  • Civil Litigation
  • General Liability
  • Medical Malpractice 

 

EDUCATION

Gonzaga University School of Law
(J.D. 2015, Summa Cum Laude)

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Admitted to Practice in Washington & Idaho 
Federal Court: Eastern Washington & Idaho
Washington Defense Trial Lawyers
Defense Research Institute

 

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

​​​​Co-Chair, Washington Defense Trial Lawyers, CLE Programs (January 2017 to Date)

 Associate Editor, Washington Defense Newsletter (2016 to Date)

 

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

​Panelist Speaker, Mixed Considerations of Disputed Coverage and Tort Value, WDTL Insurance Law Update (April 2016)

Panelist Speaker, Prior Adjuster Roundtable, WSAJ Insurance Law Update CLE (January 2014)

 

PUBLICATIONS 

Reflection on My Relationship with Insurance Defense Counsel as an Insurance Adjuster, Washington Defense News (Winter 2017)

Comingling Coverage and Negligence Defense, 49 Gonz. L. Rev. 567 (2017).