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 has also opened offices in Yakima, Moses Lake, Seattle, Tacoma and Boise. 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 five children.
Kia is a native of Lacey, Washington and comes from a heritage that spans from the Hawaiian Islands to New Zealand. Prior to joining Fielding Law Group, Kia assisted with the prosecution of criminal cases for both the City of Olympia and Thurston County, Washington. As a prosecutor, Kia saw firsthand the great value of protecting the interests of communities and holding individuals accountable for their actions. Now, as a personal injury attorney, Kia uses his experience prosecuting crimes to hold insurance companies accountable for the careless actions of those they insure.
Kia obtained his law degree from Brigham Young University as well as a bachelor’s degree in Latin American Studies, an interest that developed from volunteer service in Veracruz, Mexico. During law school, Kia worked as a legal extern at the Utah State Fourth District Court.
His favorite activities involve spending time with his wife and two daughters. Together, they enjoy traveling, reading, and watching movies.
Brion is an Idaho native. He was born and raised in Boise, Idaho but since has lived in Virginia, Texas, California, and Mexico. He loves sports and movies as well as spending time with family and friends.
Brion attended and graduated from University of Idaho School of Law and has applied himself in personal injury law with Fielding Law Group since 2014. He has been involved in personal injury law since 2010 and loves the opportunity to help individuals in need.
Dave earned a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Economics and a Spanish minor from Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. He then attended law school at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. While at Temple, Dave enrolled in the nationally acclaimed Integrated Trial Advocacy Program. His professor referred to him as a “bulldog” due to his aggressive advocacy on behalf of clients. During the summer before his last year of law school, Dave worked as a law clerk for the Washington State Attorney General’s Office with the Torts Division in Lacey, WA.
Dave has practiced law in Washington State since 2005. His past experience includes successfully representing hundreds of disabled people seeking benefits from the Social Security Administration, litigating disability cases at federal court, and representing bankruptcy clients. This experience has helped him better understand the devastating impact unexpected, unwanted circumstances can have on a person’s life. Dave now focuses exclusively on personal injury cases at Fielding Law Group.
Outside of work, Dave enjoys spending time with his wife and five children. They can often be found hiking, camping, enjoying other outdoor activities, or attending the kids’ sporting events.
Yemi is an advocate who takes great pride in standing up on behalf of someone who has been wronged. He has helped recover millions of dollars in cases involving catastrophic injury, product defects, wrongful death, and government liability.
Yemi practiced personal injury law as a litigator in California stated, federal and bankruptcy courts from 2012 until 2016. Yemi moved to Seattle in late 2016 with his fiancé.
Yemi graduated from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles where he earned his Juris Doctor. While in law school, he worked at a prominent Los Angeles plaintiff-only personal injury law firm as law clerk. Yemi completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Riverside, graduating with cum laude with a double major in Political Science/Law & Society, as well as being a Division I track & field athlete.
Licenses & Admissions:
- State Bar of California
- State Bar of Washington
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
- U.S. District Court, central District of California
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California
A lifelong Washington resident, Jeff attended Gonzaga University School of Law while serving in the Washington Army National Guard. Also while attending Gonzaga, Jeff worked as a tutor, research assistant, student mentor, and technical editor of the Gonzaga Journal of International Law. Jeff was also a two-time member and team captain of the Jessup Cup International Law Moot Court Team. Jeff graduated from Gonzaga with magna cum laude honors, ranking 7th overall in his graduating class.
Since graduating in 2011, Jeff has practiced law in multiple areas, including personal injury, bankruptcy, worker’s compensation, family law, and criminal defense. These experiences have given Jeff a broader understanding of how different areas of the law can intersect in complex injury cases. Jeff is now committed to representing personal injury clients at Fielding Law Group.
In his free time, Jeff enjoys spending time with his fiancé and son. He prefers outdoor activities, such as snowboarding, hiking, and mountain biking. He also enjoys reading and Netflix marathons.