After graduating from Duke Law School, Spencer was employed with Thompson & Knight, one of the largest law firms in Dallas, Texas. He worked in their Corporate & Securities Department. Thriving but not enamored with the narrow strictures of corporate firm life, he later accepted a job with a Dallas attorney that specialized in Personal Injury.
Upon gaining invaluable insight into Personal Injury law, Spencer returned to Eastern Washington and opened up his own Personal Injury practice. In addition to the Tri-Cities office which opened in May 2010, Spencer opened offices in Yakima, Moses Lake, Seattle, Tacoma and Boise. Later, he established offices in Kent, Olympia, Lakewood, Everett, Meridian and Royal City. Spencer was born and raised on a farm in Pasco, Washington. As a young boy, he spent several summers picking apples in the orchard. One of Spencer’s proudest achievements was becoming the fastest apple picker in the orchard, once picking 15 bins of apples in one day.
Growing up on a farm taught him the value of hard work and gave him the opportunity to learn Spanish. He also enjoyed playing basketball in his youth and would practice several hours a day. In fact, due to his relentless pursuit of shooting prowess, he once made 226 free throws in a row. Spencer is married to Andrea Allred Fielding, who is also from Eastern Washington, and they have six children.
- Washington State Bar Association
- Grant County Bar Association
Austin is from Millstadt, Illinois, a small farming community across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, Mo. Before making his trek west to pursue a legal career, Austin attended Knox College where he played collegiate baseball and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Economics.
After graduating from Knox College, Austin attended Gonzaga University School of Law and Gonzaga’s School of Business Administration where he completed his J.D. and MBA in three years, graduating with honors. Austin helped to start the Sports Arbitration Team for Gonzaga’s Moot Court and worked in the University Legal Services as a Business Law clerk.
Austin has a passion to help those in need, and the area of personal injury has allowed him to fight for clients who are facing hardship.
In his free time, Austin enjoys spending time with his bulldog, Mugs, playing sports, and enjoying cinema.
Before making his trek west to continue his legal career, Dan attended Monmouth University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Forensic Investigation. After graduating from Monmouth University, Dan attended Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island.
Prior to joining Fielding Law Group, Dan worked on personal injury and construction injury cases throughout the State of Washington, as well as one of the top personal injury firms in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. As a personal injury attorney, Dan saw firsthand the benefit of creating relationships with his clients, as well as their providers in order to expedite their recovery and maximize the value of their claims.
In his free time, Dan enjoys spending time hiking, camping, and kayaking in State and National Parks across Washington and Oregon, as well as playing golf and volleyball.
Jim has been practicing as a civil litigation attorney since 2006. During law school he clerked for one of the most prestigious and successful plaintiff’s personal injury firms in Sacramento California. For the first 15 years of his legal career, Jim worked for a civil defense firm where he represented individuals, businesses and corporate defendants on behalf of several national insurance companies. There he was lead counsel and tried many cases to verdict for the defense. Jim has successfully settled numerous cases without the need for trial and has extensive experience representing clients in alternative dispute settings such as arbitration and mediation. In 2021, he has transitioned his practice to solely representing those who have been injured.
While working and going to school, Jim earned a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from California State University Sacramento and his law degree from Lincoln Law School. In law school, he earned honors in moot court and trial advocacy for both the written brief and oral argument categories. Jim is licensed to practice throughout the state of Washington as well as all state and federal courts in California.
Jim took two years off from school to serve a two year mission for his Church in Western Samoa. Shortly thereafter Jim married his wife Lindi in 2000 and they have 4 very active sons. Jim loves spending time with his family and supporting his boys in their athletic and other endeavors. He is active in his local church and enjoys coaching baseball. He enjoys fishing, camping and many other outdoor adventures. Jim has had many experiences in his personal life and legal career that have taught him the values of compassion, teamwork and working together to make it through life’s challenges. He now uses that experience and his legal background to help his clients navigate the challenges they face after being injured by the negligence of someone else.