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Drew Dalton | Spokane Accident & Injury Lawyer | Washington

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Workers' Compensation, Accident & Injury, Employment, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy & Debt


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Drew Dalton has provided experienced guidance to clients since 2004. He started working in real estate, personal injury and probate. Since then he developed a active practice helping both creditors and debtors in real estate, foreclosure and bankruptcy actions. He now works in Spokane Valley at The Ford Law Offices, LLP, where he continues to provide legal advice to clients in these areas as well as to employers in the worker’s compensation arena. He is currently licensed to practice before the Oregon and Washington State Courts as well as both Federal districts in Washington. He also has the ability to help Idaho clientele as his partner is licensed in Idaho. He moved out to the Spokane area to be closer to family and currently lives with his wife and four kids in the Newman Lake Area. When not helping clients efficiently solve their legal problems, he can be found volunteering in his community in scouts, community and religious projects. He also enjoys cycling to work and staying active by enjoying the lake and woods around his house with his family. Member Questionnaire

Please describe a case(s) in the last year or two where you made a big difference.
Recently prevailed on an allowance case where the employer challenged the worker’s rights to benefits. The employer accused the worker of lying, we proved he did not. Prevailed on a case where the Department of Labor and Industries refused to treat claimant for three years after he opened his claim. Claim is open and he is being treated.

How did you build a successful practice?
Quickly responding to clients, hard work. Creativity and willingness to take on the tough cases. Word of mouth has helped too.

What should clients look for in a lawyer?
Someone who believes in their case and is willing to fight for them.

What information can you provide in a free phone consultation?
I can essentially tell a client what I may be able to do to help and whether it is worth their time to talk to an attorney.

What information do you need in a free phone consultation?
Date of injury, current situation and what they are seeking to get from legal representation.

What differentiates you from other lawyers in your community?
I have a background defending employers in worker’s compensation cases. This gives me a better understanding of why employers deny worker’s compensation claims and how to combat that.

What is the most rewarding aspect of your job?
Getting to know the clients and Helping them get the treatment they deserve.

What are your other interests in addition to law?
Sports, outdoors, yard work, golf, musicals, music, family

Are you involved in your community?

Position Organization Location Duration
Attorney Ford Law Offices, PS N/A 2011-Present
Associate Wallace, Klor & Mann, P.C. N/A 2006-2011
Legal Intern Cummins, Goodman, Fish, Denley, & Vickers, PC N/A 2006
Legal Intern Ramsay, Stein & Feibleman, PC N/A 2004-2006
Intern Oregon State Department of Insurance N/A 2003
School Degree Major Graduation
Willamette University College of Law J.D. Law School 2006
Brigham Young University B.A. Humanities & Comparative Literature, Russian 2003
State / Court Date
Washington 2007
Oregon 2006
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, 2012–present
    U.S. District Court of Eastern Washington, 2011–present
    Member of the Washington State Bar Association, 2007–present
    Member of the Oregon State Bar, 2006–present
    Scout Master, Boy Scouts of America, 2012–2013
  • Voluntary Retirement
    Outcome: We prevailed

  • Worker's Compensation, Worker's Compensation Seminar, 2014

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Has Insurance: Yes Last Updated: 01/24/2012

Fee:Please contact for additional information.

Service Type:Private



320 S Sullivan Rd
Veradale, WA 99037



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