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Deutscher, Ann R.

Ms. Deutscher is an experienced trial lawyer in the areas of medical malpractice and complex litigation. Ms. Deutscher is a graduate of the University of Washington, and was born and raised in Seattle. She has been practicing law in the Northwest for more than 20 years.

During that time Ms. Deutscher has litigated cases against the United States of America in the federal courts, as well as complex cases involving patients’ rights and issues related to medical malpractice. With cases resulting in multimillion dollar resolutions for her clients, Ms. Deutscher is one of the nation’s leading trial attorneys.

At various Puget Sound Area Healthcare Facilities in Tacoma, Bremerton, and Seattle including Madigan Army Medical Center, the Seattle VA Hospital (Seattle Veterans’ Hospital), and Bremerton Naval Hospital, Ms. Deutscher has been actively pursuing lawsuits under the Federal Tort Claims Act.

Ms. Deutscher is a nationally recognized authority on complex medical malpractice issues and patients’ rights. In that capacity she has appeared on the ABC News program “20/20.”

Education

University of Washington

Admissions

  • Named to the "Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Washington in 2008-2010" by The American Trial Lawyers Association
  • Graduate of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College
  • Staff member of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College
  • EAGLE member of the Washington State Association for Justice
  • Member of the Washington State Bar Association
  • Member of the King County Bar Association
  • Chairperson of WSTLA's Medical Malpractice section in 2004-2005, and co-chair in 2005-2006
Law Firm: Deutscher Law, PLLC
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City / State / ZIP: Washington 0
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Email: anndeutscher@gmail.com
Phone: (253) 383-8877
ASLA Membership State: Washington
Law School: University of Washington
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