Protecting the Vulnerable

Developmentally disabled and incapacitated adults make up a special segment of our society. Statistically, these are the citizens who are most often abused and neglected. In almost every instance, they are unable to protect themselves.

David P. Moody is a trial attorney. He is committed to protecting the vulnerable—people who have been neglected in nursing homes, in daycare facilities, in public schools, and by government social workers. David also consults with nonprofit groups and attorneys engaged in litigation on behalf of developmentally disabled, elderly, and incapacitated adults. Learn more about David's work.

What People Are Saying About David

"When others would not listen, David did. His efforts have made a very positive, lasting impact in our disabled community."
Easter Seals of Bremerton, Washington
"David Moody represented the estate of a gentleman who was neglected to death in our county. David treated the case with dignity and grace. Because of his efforts, I have seen drastic, positive changes in the way complaints of abuse are handled throughout this county."
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
"Oftentimes, an attorney will settle a case and never look back. David is different. Winning the case is just the beginning. David works hard to ensure that his clients are protected long after the court battle is won."
V.P. & Trust Officer, Wells Fargo Bank
Special Needs Group
"I would like to express my deepest respect for the work done by David Moody on behalf of my cousin, Linda David. His commitment to Linda was remarkable. The care and consideration shown to Linda will never be forgotten."
Linda David's Cousin
"For thirty years, I investigated several hundred cases involving severe abuse and exploitation. In all that time, I never encountered a better attorney than David Moody."
Former Lead Investigator
Office of the Attorney General
Medicaid Fraud Control Unit
"For nearly two months, I served as a juror on a very emotional and high-profile case involving three developmentally disabled men represented by David Moody. The case impacted my life considerably during and after the trial. Mr. Moody was incredibly sincere and compassionate in his support of the abused men. His dedication to these men and this case was remarkable."
Juror, Beckman v. State of Washington, DSHS

Areas of Expertise: Social Work Negligence, Nursing Home Negligence, Daycare Negligence, and School Negligence