Stephen L. Nordstrom
Before graduating from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1980, Mr. Nordstrom served four years in the United States Air Force in Military Intelligence. He then spent two years in England serving a mission for the LDS church. He graduated from Brigham Young University where he served as Ombudsman for the 28,000 member student body, and was selected as Who’s Who among college students in America.
With more than 30 years of trial experience, Mr. Nordstrom limits his practice to serious injury and death claims, including insurance bad faith. He has represented clients in a wide range of cases, including auto and pedestrian accidents, medical negligence, aircraft crashes, slip and falls, product liability, and bad faith claims against insurance companies for denial of claims or refusal to provide adequate compensation. He has obtained seven figure recoveries on behalf of many of his clients.
Mr. Nordstrom is licensed in Washington, Idaho, Federal District and the Supreme Court of the United States. He is a member of the Washington, Idaho and American Trial Lawyers Associations for Justice, and has been selected as Who's Who in American Lawyers, as well as the Princeton, and Cambridge Who's Who.
Rachelle J. Larson
Rachelle is an associate at Nordstrom Law Firm, and is a member of the Washington State Bar Association. Rachelle’s practice focuses on personal injury cases including automobile, bicycle, motorcycle, pedestrian, dog bites, slip and falls, premises liability, and medical malpractice. Her practice also includes Labor and Industries and Social Security Disability cases.
Rachelle earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management from Eastern Washington University and her Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University School of Law. While attending Gonzaga she interned providing assistance to individuals who were otherwise unable to access legal representation.
Rachelle is a Spokane area native and appreciates the opportunity to provide assistance to those individuals in need of representation.