Shayna Eagle

shareholder | portland | LICENSED IN Oregon & Washington

“When clients work with me, they don’t just get an attorney. They get the sense of security that comes with knowing someone is working diligently to protect their interests.”

Your partner in case resolution

Shayna Eagle has more than eight years of experience as a lawyer. She loves the variety that comes with insurance defense, along with the learning opportunities it provides – from unique client industries to complex medical conditions. It is this varied nature of her practice that makes her a well-rounded lawyer with a diverse skillset.

Shayna is very invested in each of her cases. Defending the individuals and companies that she represents is a responsibility and privilege that she takes to heart. Because the outcome of each case is important not just to clients – but to her as well – she makes every effort to achieve the best possible result.

Apart from her work, Shayna enjoys spending quality time with her family, staying physically active, and relaxing in the serene countryside.



  • University of Oregon School of Law – J.D., 2007
  • University of California at Davis – B.A., 2003

Bar / Court Admissions

  • Oregon State Bar, 2007
  • United States District Court, District of Oregon, 2008
  • Washington State Bar, 2014

Firm News

  • 2018 Oregon Super Lawyers® Rising Stars
  • 2017 Oregon Super Lawyers® Rising Stars
  • 2016 Oregon Super Lawyers® Rising Stars
  • 2015 Oregon Super Lawyers® Rising Stars
  • Three week construction defect jury trial
  • Firm members complete 2012 Portland Marathon
  • Defense verdict in Washington arbitration
  • Dismissal: Nursing board complaint
  • Dismissal: $2.5 million medical malpractice/wrongful death case in Federal Court: Dismissed on motion for summary judgment
  • Medical malpractice/wrongful/death/sexual assault claims: Settled for nuisance value
  • Motion for summary judgment granted: Abuse of vulnerable person claims/negligent supervision and retention
  • Dismissal: Nursing board complaint
  • Medical negligence/sexual battery: Settled for nuisance value
  • Dismissal: $1 million medical malpractice/battery case
  • Medical malpractice/wrongful death claims: Dismissed on motion for summary judgment

Organizational Memberships

  • Oregon Association of Defense Counsel