Seattle Truck Law serves clients throughout the state of Washington, including the Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, and Spokane metropolitan areas. In addition, our founding attorney Morgan Adams is also admitted to the state bars in Tennessee and Georgia, and he works on truck and bus accident cases across the United States through local counsel.
If you’ve been injured in a crash involving a large truck, bus, or other commercial vehicle — or if someone you love has suffered severe injuries or died in one of these wrecks — Morgan Adams is ready to listen to your story and talk with you about your legal options. We offer free initial consultations and contingent fee billing, which means that you won’t have to pay any attorney’s fees unless we’re able to get you financial compensation. (Washington state law requires clients to be responsible for case expenses at all times.)
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About Seattle Truck Law, PLLC
Seattle Truck Law is a personal injury law firm that fights for clients who have been hurt in collisions with large trucks and buses. We also represent the families of victims who have lost their lives in these deadly wrecks. The firm serves clients in areas throughout Washington state, including Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, and more. We also handle cases nationwide by working with the best local counsel.
"Contingent fee," "contingent fee basis," and "contingent fee policy," as used on this website, refer only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.
The Supreme Courts of some states, including Washington, do not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law. The certificate, award, or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in Washington or those states. Read more on our disclaimers page.