Meet The Personal Injury Attorneys
"Your Tri-Cities Personal Injury Law Firm"
Anderson Law offers a free consolation and don't charge a fee unless we win or settle your case.
Questions You Can Ask The Personal Injury Attorney:
1. If a car crashes into me, can they blame someone else for cutting them off?
The short answer is yes.
2. Is the Tri-Cities a safe place to drive?
The Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, & Richland, Washington) is one of the safest places to drive in the country.
3. What kind of Motor accidents do we Practice?
Auto, Motorcycle, Truck, boating and Pedestrian.
4. Hiring a lawyer is your best option for dealing with the physical and emotional problems of having an accident.
5. Personal Injury Lawyers will handle your file from beginning to end, leaving you worry-free while you know that trained lawyers are fighting for your rights.
6. How long has Brian Anderson been practicing law in the Tri-Cities area?
Meet The Attorneys:
University, he moved to Houston, Texas, to work for Exxon Mobil Corporation. Brian attended the University of Houston Law Center at night for 3 1/2 years and received his Juris Doctorate in 2006. Brian returned to Washington in 2007 and began a solo law practice.
From 2008-2010, Brian was a partner with attorney Gloria Ochoa and was managing partner of Ochoa Anderson PLLC. For two years, Gloria and Brian's firm focused on personal injury and criminal defense law. In 2010, after Gloria moved to Spokane, Washington, the law firm was renamed to Anderson Law PLLC, with a sole focus on personal injury law. Brian is a member of the Washington and Oregon bars and is licensed to practice in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Washington.
Ned Stratton, partner, grew up in the North Seattle (Edmonds – Lynnwood) area. Ned received an associate’s degree from a small college in Idaho (political science emphasis), and an engineering degree and a business administration degree from Utah State University. Between his bachelor’s degrees and law school he started a few different businesses with varying degrees of success and tried his hand at real estate. Ned was a successful real estate agent for over 4 years and he currently has a Washington State Brokers License.
Ned attended the University of Idaho, where he received a Juris Doctorate degree and graduated near the top of his class. Ned has past experience in many different areas of the law from patent prosecution, real estate, family law, litigation, and personal injury. Following law school, Ned decided to return home to Washington (but not the wet side), having family in the Tri-Cities Washington Area, and having lived in the Tri-Cities area for a short time as a child, the Tri-Cities was a perfect fit for him and his family. Ned is a husband and father of 4 children. Ned's current practice is focused on Personal Injury Litigation in the Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland Areas. He is a member of the Washington State Bar and licensed to practice before the USPTO and in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Washington. Effective February 2012, Ned is a partner at Anderson Law.