Personal Injury and Criminal Law Attorney in Kitsap County

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Pierce County Office | Kitsap County Office

Whether you’re finalizing the terms of a divorce, pursuing a personal injury claim, or facing a criminal charge against yourself or a loved one, you may experience stress, anger, or other unwelcome emotions. An experienced family law, criminal law, or personal injury attorney can assist in seeing your situation objectively and help you arrive at a settlement or other outcome that benefits you and your family in the short run and the long-term. If you reside in Kitsap County, WA, or Pierce County, WA, Whalley Law is here to protect your rights and represent your interests.

Family law

Any parent wants to do what’s best for their children, but when it comes to the point where two parents can no longer live together, it’s sometimes hard to know what the best is. The family law attorneys at Whalley Law can help you sort out the legalities of divorce or child custody, providing assertive representation for you and your children in situations where abuse or neglect have occurred. We encourage you to call one of our offices in Kitsap County or Pierce County without delay.

Personal injury law

If you’ve been hurt and someone else was at fault, you should be compensated for your medical bills, lost wages, and disruption to your normal routine. Unfortunately, the other party’s insurance company is going to do everything they can to pay as little as possible. That’s where Whalley Law comes in. Our personal injury attorneys will fight to obtain just and fair compensation for auto accidents, slip and fall injuries, workplace accidents, and even dog bites. Call our team today to schedule a consultation.

Call (253) 565-3209 today for a free initial case evaluation.

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