Eugene A. Studer, Esq.
Mr. Studer’s practice emphasizes insurance defense with the majority of his work in medical negligence claims.
United States Military Academy, B.S., 1970
Santa Clara University, J.D., 1977
University of Pennsylvania, LL.M., 1983
Mr. Studer was born of an Army family and was himself a career Army officer who retired in the rank of lieutenant colonel in December 1990. He has lived throughout the United States, and in Spain, France, Colombia, Germany, and Korea. He began his military service in 1970 in the Field Artillery and subsequently attended law school and was re-commissioned in The Judge Advocate General’s Corps in 1977. Before joining the firm in April 2006, Mr. Studer spent eight years in private practice representing injured persons and, most recently, eight years as an assistant United States attorney for the Western District of Washington. As an assistant U.S. attorney, he represented the United States in federal courts in numerous civil matters including defense of military and VA hospitals.
Mr. Studer is admitted to practice in the State of Washington, the United States District Court, Western District of Washington, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.