Stephanie McNulty is an Associate in Tyson & Mendes’ Seattle office. Her practice focuses on personal injury defense, minor settlements, and wrongful death cases. She also has experience in estates, bankruptcy creditor claims, and collection/subrogation actions.
Ms. McNulty’s legal career has involved active litigation in multiple levels of state and federal courts in Washington. She has aided in numerous winning motions, arbitration hearings, and trials, and has had opposing counsels sanctioned for failure to abide by the rules and decorum of the court.
Ms. McNulty worked directly with partners James Mendel and Levi Bendele for five years as a paralegal before being sworn in as an attorney in the State of Washington. She completed the Washington State APR 6 program and was an APR 9 Licensed Legal Intern for Tyson & Mendes. She received her B.A. from Seattle Pacific University in 2007, where she graduated with distinction.
In her free time, Ms. McNulty enjoys spending time with her husband and cats. She also enjoys getting lost in TV, movies, and books.
Recent PostsDwelling Determined at Time of Incident in Washington, For Now
Michael and Vicky Poole’s house burned down in 2014. Attached to the house was a shop where Michael conducted business. The shop burned down with the house. The Poole’s insured their house with State Farm. When the Poole’s began to rebuild, they decided to build the shop as a standalone building. State Farm refused to pay for the destroyed shop on the grounds the rebuilt shop was not attached to the house.