Mark C. Mostul, Emeritus

Mark C. Mostul

Mark C. Mostul has extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts handling a variety of claims, including numerous that resulted in trials to verdict.

Mr. Mostul grew up in small towns in the Mid-West, graduating from high school in Menomonie, Wisconsin and Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. He was a National Merit Scholar, a member of several honor societies, participated in numerous sports and sang in their choirs.

Mr. Mostul was a law clerk/legal intern at Winston & Cashatt in Spokane, Washington while he attended Gonzaga Law School. After law school, he initially practiced with Eisele & Jackson, in Couer d’Alene, Idaho, primarily doing employment, product liability and negligence litigation matters.

Mark moved to Seattle, Washington in the late 1980s and practiced with Evans, Craven & Lackie doing personal injury, negligence and product liability litigation. When ECL closed its Seattle office, Mr. Mostul practiced with Skellenger Bender, et al., where he primarily did personal injury, negligence, products liability and appellate matters.

Mark then joined Kroschel Gibson (s/k/a Gibson Kinerk) where his practice solely involved representing the Burlington Northern Railroad Company (and its successor the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway Company) for about nine years. In 2004, he joined the Seattle office of the firm that subsequently became Thornton Mostul, PLLC in 2007, and most recently, Thornton Mostul Fuller, PLLC.