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We are the largest L&I workers’ compensation law firm in Washington. Our award-winning L&I attorneys have litigated thousands of workers’ compensation cases, and many through trial. We’ve won some of the toughest cases in state and federal court and before the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals. We’ve secured tens of millions in awards for our clients. Our cases have changed Washington state Law to protect Washington workers’ rights. Ask around. Our reputation speaks for itself.
No one expects to get injured at work. No one ever plans to file an L&I claim. Then an accident happens and suddenly you’re thrust into a whirlwind of L&I paperwork, forms filled with legalese, and quickly approaching appeal deadlines.
This site is devoted to helping you understand what happens in the workers’ compensation system with your L&I claim – not what Labor & Industries says happens, but what really happens behind the scenes. We’ve condensed decades of hard-won experience into a digestible format. Please browse our website, and feel free to call us if you have any questions. We’re passionate about helping workers and the injured, and we’d love to hear from you.
Few people realize that L&I claims often give rise to other, more potent claims, like claims for employment law violations, negligence, injury, or a third party claim. These claims may exponentially increase the amount of money you receive for your L&I claim. We are a unique team of L&I attorneys in that we also pursue these claims in addition to our client’s underlying workers’ compensation claims. We litigate at the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals and in every state and federal court in Washington. Hiring us means you have a team of experienced lawyers with knowledge across multiple practice areas. Give us a call and we’ll analyze all your potential claims for free.
“The attorneys at Emery Reddy ... have a comprehensive understanding of workplace injuries and an impressive knowledge of the medical field.”
— Dr. Obbie T. Atkinson, M.D.