Cash is a respected Seattle attorney who is dedicated to representing his clients.
Cash began his career in a small personal-injury firm in 1986. He later left private practice to gain trial experience as a Whatcom County Deputy Prosecutor. After a brief tenure at an insurance-defense firm, Cash opened Cashton L. Sessler, P.S. in 1991. Ever since he has been dedicated to representing individuals in criminal-defense and personal-injury cases.
One of Cash's defining advantages is that he has worked as a prosecutor and a criminal-defense attorney, an insurance-defense lawyer and a personal-injury attorney. His experience working both sides of the issues helps him better understand the strengths and weaknesses of each client's case.
As a criminal-defense attorney Cash knows from experience that prosecutors respect attorneys who prepare each case as if it is going to trial, so that is how he approaches each case. Cash has personally and successfully represented hundreds of individuals charged with a variety of crimes across Washington over the last two decades.
As a personal-injury attorney Cash knows that attention to detail often means the difference between a fair settlement and an unjust one. He thoroughly investigates each case and he takes time to prepare each client for every step of the process.
Whether you were wrongfully injured or you are accused of wrongdoing, you want Cash's dedication and experience on your side.
Washington University, J.D. (1985) Grinnell College, B.A (1981) Admitted Washington State Bar United States District Court, Western Washington United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit