Top Snohomish Civil Battery Lawyers Near You


Herron Law Office, PLLC

Civil Battery Lawyer | Serving Snohomish, WA

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Assisting Bellevue Clients with Their Personal Injury Needs

Trust isn't something that's given — it’s earned. And if you’ve been injured in an accident, you want to be able to place your trust in somebody who will fight for your rights and have your best interests at heart. Brett Herron of Herron Law Office, is a personal injury lawyer committed to getting justice for people who have been harmed on someone …


Marc L. Silverman, Attorney at Law

Civil Battery Lawyer | Serving Snohomish, WA

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Successfully Representing Victims of Negligence
in Washington Since 1982

Attorney Marc L. Silverman combines integrity, experience and skill to achieve proven results for serious injury victims in Bellevue, Washington, and across King County, in the following areas: Personal Injury Automobile Accidents Motorcycle Accidents Truck Accidents Construction Site Accidents Slip and Fall/Premises Liability Spine and Brain Injuries Wrongful …


Krutch Lindell Bingham Jones, P. S.

Civil Battery Lawyer | Serving Snohomish, WA

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Seattle Aviation and Personal Injury Attorneys
Our Extensive Experience Combined With Our Small Size, Allows us to Continue Providing High Quality, Personalized and Affordable Legal Services

Seattle Aviation and Personal Injury Attorneys Krutch Lindell Bingham Jones, P. S. was founded in 1957 by retired shareholders Dick Krutch and Rocky Lindell with the goal of providing high quality, personalized and affordable legal services. The extensive experience of our attorneys, combined with our relatively small size, allows the firm to continue serving that original …


Elk & Elk Co., Ltd.

Civil Battery Lawyer | Serving Snohomish, WA

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Se Habla Español


Every Client. Every Day.™

Any careless or negligent act can result in catastrophic physical injuries, which are often accompanied by lost earnings, medical bills and day-to-day challenges. Elk & Elk’s experienced lawyers have earned more than $1 billion in compensation for countless serious injury victims throughout Washington, Ohio and Kentucky. We handle every aspect of our …


Doug Cloud Law

Civil Battery Lawyer | Serving Snohomish, WA

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With 30+ Years of Experience as a Lawyer and Politician, Doug Knows How to Maximize Your Recovery. Call for a Free Consult Today!

Attorney Doug Cloud has 30 years of experience representing injured individuals who are suffering horrible losses due to the negligence or intentional conduct of others. Throughout his 30 years as a trial attorney in state and federal courts throughout Washington, he has become well-versed in handling serious personal injury, medical malpractice, false claims act, such as …


Law Office of David A. Williams

Civil Battery Lawyer | Serving Snohomish, WA

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Over 30 Years Experience. Get the Representation You Need and Deserve. Call Our Office Today.

If you have become a victim of a motor vehicle accident, medical negligence, construction accident or other serious accident, you need help. It is important to work with a lawyer who takes the time to understand your situation and your goals — someone you can trust to provide you with the best service possible. At the Law Office of David A. Williams, we take pride in …

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