Steven David Robinson

Steven David Robinson

Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney

Seattle, WA





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About Me

Steven D. Robinson graduated  magna cum laude from Gonzaga University in 1978 and from the University of Idaho College of Law in 1982. While in law school, he served as the executive editor of the Idaho Law Review  from 1981 to 1982. Before entering private practice, Mr. Robinson served as an aide to Speaker of the House Thomas S. Foley. Mr. Robinson’s practice emphasis is civil disputes, with a...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees


Contingent (25%-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (60 minutes), Hourly ($350-$400/hour)

Client Reviews

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Very Knowledgeable!

Posted by: Kevin over 3 years ago.

Ours was a Timber Trespass case. Mr. Robinson made the case very easy to understand and and kept us well informed. I was very happy with his work and...

Tacoma Native

Posted by: Brian over 3 years ago.

Steven Robinson picked up my sons case after having gone through two attorneys prior to him. He handled it with the best protocol and got things done....
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1985 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Idaho.
Last updated by Avvo: 10/02/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1986 – present

Karr Tuttle Campbell


Showing 1 of 3 degrees

2013 in Mediator Certification

Northwest Institute for Dispute Resolution


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2012 Preeminent 5.0 out of 5



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American Bar Association, Tort and Insurance Practice Section

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Showing 2 of 2 publications

2008 Division One Decision Fundamentally Changes Workers' Compensation Third-Party Recovery Law

King County Bar Bulletin

2007 Washington’s Boating Safety Education Law

King County Bar Bulletin

Speaking Engagements

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2011 Issues in Paralegal Practice--Panelist

at Paralegal Panel Night

2010 Attorney Speech: What Lawyers Can and Cannot Say...

at Legal Ethics: Hot Topics and Current Events

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