Guests in studio this week:
Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Steve Dashiak eventually decided it was too hot. From there, Steve spent the next eight years in Toledo, Ohio, where he attended the University of Toledo for both his undergraduate and law degree. After graduating law school in 2007, Steve decided it was too cold and moved west to the beautiful city of Seattle where he relishes in having all four seasons. When Steve isn’t working hard getting his clients the justice they deserve he can be found at various parks around the city playing fetch with his handsome dog, Captain Jean-Luc Pupcard, going out to eat with the mother of his unconceived child Becky, watching probably too many Youtube videos about space and studying oenology. In this week’s episode, Steve talks about what it’s like to be a personal injury attorney. Listen to Steve’s segment.
Lora graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2002 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has been a physical therapist for over 19 years specializing in orthopedic injuries and gait analysis/custom orthotics and has worked with athletes from all levels including professional and Olympic. Lora has been the official physical therapist for the National Volleyball League (NVL), the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP), head medical for the Snoop (Dogg) Youth Football league, and part of the medical team for the AC Seattle Women’s Professional Soccer League. She owns Biojunction Sports Therapy in West Seattle and Wallingford with her husband Tim and has been in business for 10 years. In this week’s episode, Lora talks about healthcare during COVID. Listen to Lora’s segment.