Bryan D. Scholnick
Bryan D. Scholnick is the Managing Partner in Tyson & Mendes’ Seattle office. Mr. Scholnick’s legal practice focuses on defending general liability cases with a focus on professional liability and automotive claims. He is an experienced litigator in cases involving automotive and trucking personal injury claims, automotive rental liability issues, engineering error and omissions claims, medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability, workplace injuries, wrongful death, construction defect, and breach of contract. Mr. Scholnick has defended and represented architects, engineers, and physicians and hospitals in suits alleging professional negligence. Mr. Scholnick’s Masters in Mechanical Engineering and science background provides him with helpful knowledge in some of the more complex malpractice, professional liability, product design, and construction claims.
Mr. Scholnick has successfully resolved a variety of cases involving personal injury, alleged engineering design failures, complex construction defect claims, and product liability. He has successfully obtained multiple dismissal of a rental company following motions practice.
Mr. Scholnick studied law at Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and earned his J.D. in 2002. He then worked for seven years handling general liability and workplace injury claims in Chicago, Illinois, before moving to Seattle in 2009. While practicing law in Chicago, he obtained his Master in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois in 2008. Mr. Scholnick is licensed to practice law in Washington, Oregon, Illinois, and Wisconsin.
Mr. Scholnick, his wife, and their daughter spend their weekends enjoying time together, watching movies, restoring their property, and playing with their dogs.
- Washington Supreme Court Affirms $9.2M Judgment November 18, 2021
- Property Owner Did Not Owe a Duty to A Scrap Metal Worker Following Chlorine Gas Exposure May 11, 2020
- Extra-Contractual Claims May Still Be Available When an Insurance Policy Contains A “Suit Limitation” Provision February 3, 2020
- Washington State Supreme Court Outlines All Available Causes of Action Against a General Contractor for Injuries Arising on a Job Site December 2, 2019
- Getting Something for Nothing: When is an Insurance Company Bound by Its Agent’s Written Representations? November 5, 2019
- Former Coverage Counsel Precluded From Participating in Bad Faith Litigation September 3, 2019
- When Does a Neighbor Dispute Rise to an Actionable Claim for Outrage? August 7, 2019
- Big Steps Taken Toward Getting Self-Driving Semi-Trucks On the Road July 8, 2019
- Let Talk About Elevators – That‘s Right, Elevators April 10, 2019
- The Construction Defect Is Not Always the Contractor’s Fault, Right? Why Not Look at the Building Products Too? February 11, 2019