Richard Eymann is a founding partner and lead litigator for the Eymann Allison Hunter Jones Law Firm. He has been a Plaintiff’s Attorney for nearly 35 years and he advocates for “those who have been victims of other people’s wrongs.”
In 1968, Eymann graduated from the University of Oregon. He was the youngest elected delegate to the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Prior to law school, he worked as a consumer investigator and an intelligence officer for the U.S. Army. In 1976, he earned his law degree from Gonzaga University.
Beginning in the 1980s, Eymann worked on the Hanford Downwinder Litigation. In total, he represented 707 downwinders, over the course of 23 years of litigation. Along with attorney Tom Foulds, he received an award from the Washington Association of Justice for their work on these cases. Previously Eymann served as the President of the Washington State Bar Association and Washington State Trial Lawyers Association.