Seattle, WA


Office Info

  • 520 Pike Street Suite 1515 Seattle, WA 98101
  • p. 206.709.5900
  • f.  206.709.5901
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Opened in 2020, Wilson Elser’s Seattle office establishes the firm’s presence in this dynamic market that serves as the commercial engine of the Pacific Northwest and that enjoys national and international standing. Indeed, Seattle is home to some of the world’s largest corporate “brands,” some of which Wilson Elser counts as valued clients. Our office attorneys principally handle complex tort and general casualty matters, with a focus on those involving premises liability, transportation, and personal and catastrophic injury.

Recently named the second fastest-growing city in the United States, Seattle is home to Microsoft, Starbucks, Amazon and other well-known corporations representing cutting-edge industries in global markets.

We also offer ready access to virtually any legal service, drawing on the collective experience resident among our own attorneys and our colleagues throughout the broader firm. Wilson Elser’s national practice team structure, leveraging the benefits of technology, makes it possible for one point of contact to marshal any or all of the resources our clients require to advance even their most ambitious legal objectives.

To see the full breadth of our firmwide capabilities, visit our Services page.

Wilson Elser is the preeminent defense litigation firm in the United States. At any given time, our more than 1,000 attorneys are engaged in some 100,000 defense and coverage matters, with many defending clients in various local, state and federal courts. Indeed, over more than four decades, our litigation, coverage and trial lawyers have gained a reputation for taking on and prevailing in the most challenging and technical cases, frequently “parachuting in” to assume unresolved matters from other law firms. Our success also derives from winning on our clients’ terms and rigorously adhering to their guidelines. We are ranked 105 in the Am Law 200 and 57th in the National Law Journal’s NLJ 500.