When facing important legal issues with potential long lasting consequences, place your case in the hands of an experienced lawyer when you turn to the Terry Law Firm! With offices located in Sumner and Kent, the Terry Law Firm brings almost 30 years of experience representing the Personal Injury, Criminal Defense and Estate Planning needs of people in the Pierce and King County area and throughout the State of Washington.
You can trust Scott Terry to fight aggressively for your best interests. He will do his best to obtain the best result for your situation, whether you have been injured by the negligence of another or charged with a crime. By relying on his extensive court experience and strong grasp of the workings of the law, attorney Terry will do everything in his power to maximize rewards and minimize consequences.
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Attorney Terry grew up in Des Moines, WA. He earned an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and a law degree from the Seattle University School of Law. He began practicing law in 1989 and joined a well established law firm in Kent in 1991 and soon became a partner. The law firm became known as Mackey and Terry. Mr. Mackey passed in late 1991, and the law firm became what is it known as today, Terry Law Firm. Attorney Terry added another office in Sumner in 2006 to be more accessible to his Pierce County clients.
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Attorney Terry limits his practice of law to better represent people in these areas. Attorney Terry works to give your case the attention it deserves. Attorney Terry uses his thirty years of experience and legal knowledge to:
Fight to obtain the compensation you deserve by serving as your auto accident and wrongful death attorney. We are so confident in our ability that you will pay nothing if we do not obtain compensation for you.
Vigorously defend your rights and fight for your liberty, should you ever be charged with a serious felony crime, DUI, or Domestic violence.
Craft a legally binding will, trust, living will, community property agreement, power of attorney and other estate planning documents to fit your particular needs while serving as your estate planning attorney.