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Practice areas


  1. Personal Injury: 25%
    31 years, 1 thousand cases
  2. Car Accidents: 20%
    31 years, 100 cases
  3. Insurance: 20%
    31 years, 100 cases
  4. Brain Injury: 10%
    31 years, 50 cases
  5. Other: 25%
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Hourly ($200-300/hour), contingent (33-40%)

Attorney endorsements

2 total 

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  • William Coats

    Tim is a tremendous attorney and advocate for his clients. We were on opposite sides in a case involving six lawyers and during the questioning of witnesses, he was always the one to ask the tough questions that were most damaging to my case. More importantly, he was always honest and fair minded. I would highly recommend Tim.


    William Coats Car Accidents Attorney
    Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

  • John Robert Bonin

    I endorse this lawyer. A fine and level headed man.


    John Bonin Car Accidents Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact info

Law Office of Timothy A. Reid

370 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA, 98027


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerLaw Office of Timothy A. Reid1997 - Present
Staff AttorneyAmerican States Insurance1989 - 1997
AssociateLee, Smart, Cook, Martin, & Patterson1985 - 1989
AssociateFeltman, Gebhardt, Eymann, Jones, & Montgomery1983 - 1985
Association namePosition nameDuration
Washington State Trial Lawyers AssociationMember2006 - 2007
SkiForAllPresident - Board of Directors1999 - 2001
SkiForAllBoard of Directors1995 - 2004
SkiForAllAdaptive Ski Instructor1989 - 2007
N/AMember1988 - 2005
Washington State Defense Trial Lawyers AssociationMember1986 - 2007
N/AMember1985 - 2007
Washington State Bar AssociationMember1983 - Present
N/AMember1983 - 2007
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Gonzaga University School of LawLawN/A1983
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Monthly Case Law ReviewCurrent Case Law Affecting Insurance Practices2001