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Ketia Wick is an equity partner in the Seattle office of FAVROS. Her practice focuses on the defense of medical malpractice cases and healthcare licensing matters on behalf of individual healthcare providers, hospitals, and long term care facilities related to complex medical issues and catastrophic injury. She is AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell and a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, International Society of Barristers, Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, and Primerus. She has written and lectured on issues involving medical malpractice and served as an arbitrator. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and Seattle University School of Law. She has four grandchildren.
Dave Corey is an attorney and shareholder of the Seattle firm Floyd Pflueger & Ringer with more than 20 years of practice experience. For the past 17 years, he has worked exclusively in the defense of physicians and hospitals against medical malpractice lawsuits and professional licensing proceedings. A member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Dave has tried 17 medical malpractice jury trials, in addition to numerous other civil jury trials, bench trials, arbitration hearings, and administrative hearings. Dave frequently represents physicians in licensing proceedings before the Washington Medical Commission. Dave is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, as well as the state and federal courts of Washington and Alaska. Dave is a 1996 graduate of the Seattle University School of Law. He is an alumnus of the University of Denver (B.A., political science, 1993), where he was also a captain of the varsity swim team and a 1990 NAIA All-America selection.
Amy Evans is an Executive Vice President specializing in business development and professional liability at Intercare Insurance Services. She started her legal career working at the University of North Texas, where she assisted the University’s general counsel and state attorney general’s office with claims and litigation inherent to a public university and medical school. Amy began working in private practice in Houston, where she was a first party insurance defense attorney representing national insurance carriers with a focus on insurance bad faith, coverage, arson and fraud litigation. In 1999, Amy began to focus nationally on the oversight and management of claims and litigation in the healthcare industry, including litigation involving hospitals, physicians, nurses, allied health, life sciences, long term care, behavioral health, and addiction medicine. Amy currently assists self-insured organizations, captives, risk retention groups, commercial carriers, and Lloyd’s syndicates with mitigating and defending professional and general liability, E&O, D&O, and EPL risk exposures.