At Crary, Chuang & Domanico, P.S., our personal injury, medical malpractice and product liability cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery there is no fee
James Domanico is a Spokane personal injury attorney, serving residents in Washington State. He has a strong personal commitment to representing injured people and considers it to be the most important and satisfying work that an attorney can do. He conducts his practice in an ethical, honest, and straightforward manner and has achieved a high reputation in the legal and insurance communities.
James Domanico has been a lawyer since 1981. He is a partner in the law firm of Crary, Clark & Domanico, P.S. in Spokane, Washington. His law practice is limited to representing injured people and their families in automobile accident cases, wrongful death cases, premises liability cases, and medical negligence cases.
He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, an Eagle Member of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, and a member of the Wisconsin State Bar Association.
He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin and graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington. During law school, James worked as an intern at the office of the Washington State Attorney General, Christine Gregoire.
After graduating from law school and passing the Washington State Bar examination, James started working in private practice specializing in civil litigation.
Since 1986, James Domanico has represented thousands of injured people in claims and disputes with insurance companies and tortfeasors. His law practice is litigation based and involves settlement negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, and trials. He represents his clients on a contingency fee basis and only takes fees when a case successfully resolves.
James has a commitment to legal pro bono work, and, over the years, has represented a number of injured individuals without charging fees, or taking reduced fees.
James A. Domanico is admitted to practice in all the State Courts in Washington and Wisconsin, the Federal Court in the Eastern District of Washington, and before the United States Supreme Court. He has handled cases in most Washington counties and on a limited basis in Idaho, California, Montana, and Oregon.