Krystal Scavo is an associate attorney who is building her practice in product liability litigation. She has been a summer associate, case assistant and paralegal for the firm.
She excels in all phases of pre-trial preparation and has experience organizing and extracting client documents, preparing document productions, sending subpoenas to obtain medical records and summarizing those records. She has drafted discovery responses, prepared exhibits, participated in mediations and developed lemon law training. Krystal served as a case assistant on Rush v. Honda, a 2019 defense verdict secured by the firm, which helped spark her interest in law school.
Krystal was inspired by her stepfather, who encouraged her to become the first in her family to graduate from college and law school. She earned her BA in Political Science from California State University, Fullerton, her paralegal certificate from University California of Irvine and her law degree from the Seattle University School of Law. In law school, she earned a mediation certificate, helped a refugee receive asylum and was active with Seattle University Law Review.
In her free time, Krystal enjoys watching Seattle Kraken hockey games, exploring the city’s restaurants and coffee scenes and pursuing her pilot’s license. She has a goal of collecting a beanie from every NHL arena.