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Lori Haskell has spent her legal career fighting for justice on behalf of injured people and against corporate wrongdoing. She battles major insurance companies and always represents the individual. Ms. Haskell specializes in auto accident cases and other personal injury matters. In addition, she represents employees who have been wrongfully terminated or discriminated against in the workplace. She is proud to be a trial attorney and is at home in the courtroom.

Throughout her career Lori Haskell has represented people who have suffered a wide array of injuries in car accidents and has particular expertise in brain injuries, whiplash, chronic pain syndromes and traumatic fibromyalgia. Ms. Haskell represents people injured due to the existence of dangerous conditions on public and private premises. She also fights for victims of discrimination, having represented clients against employers in cases based on race and gender discrimination, failure to accommodate disabilites, union activity, as well as age discrimination and HIV AIDS.

Ms. Haskell will always strive to resolve a case expeditiously and with the least amount of stress for her client. She acts as the buffer between you and the wrongdoer. And she will never waver from her mission which is to protect your rights. If you have been injured, the insurance company has a trained professional on its side. You need one too.

The Law Offices of Lori S. Haskell are conveniently located in Fremont overlooking the north end of Lake Union. Visit Ms. Haskell and take a walk down the heart of Fremont just a short distance away. There is no need to fight downtown traffic. Parking is free and plentiful. Ms. Haskell takes most cases on a contingent fee basis so you don t pay until the case is resolved in your favor. Call now for your personal consultation.


Practice areas


  1. Car Accidents: 50%
    29 years, 500 cases
  2. Brain Injury: 25%
    29 years, 60 cases
  3. Employment & Labor: 15%
    29 years, 35 cases
  4. Civil Rights: 10%
    29 years, 25 cases



Contingent (33-40%)

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  • Karen Kathryn Koehler

    I have known Lori for more than 20 years. She is a passionate, intelligent, highly experienced trial attorney who cares about her clients. She has the highest of standards and recently served as a board member on our State Bar Association.


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Contact info

Law Office of Lori S. Haskell

936 N. 34th St.
STE 300
Seattle, WA, 98103



Professional misconduct

This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.

  1. Censure
    issued in WA, 2001


    This means the attorney did something wrong, but the Bar did not suspend the lawyer. Typically in this case the lawyer's poor behavior is exposed to the public in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.

Avvo contributions
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
BV RatedMartindale-Hubbell2015
Super LawyerSuperLawyers2003
Super LawyerSuperLawyers2002
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerLaw Offices of Lori S. Haskell1992 - Present
N/ALopez & Fantel1989 - 1992
N/ALevinson Friedman 1987 - 1989
Association namePosition nameDuration
Washington State Bar AssociationN/A2007 - Present
Washington State Trial Lawyers AssociationN/A2005 - 2007
Washington State Bar AssociationN/A2004 - 2007
Washington State Trial Lawyers AssociationN/A2003 - 2006
Washington State Trial Lawyers AssociationN/A2000 - 2002
Washington State Bar AssociationN/A1997 - 2000
Washington State Trial Lawyers AssociationN/A1991 - 2002
Publication nameTitleDate
Motor Vehicle Accident DeskbookInterfacing With Your Client's Health Care Providers2004
Public TelevisionMythbusters: Exploding Myths Perpetrated By Insurance Companies2000
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Seattle University School of LawLawJuris Doctor1985
University of WashingtonCommunications/Political ScienceBachelor of Arts1976
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Chair: The World of Car CrashesWinning Your Case Before Trial: Summary Judgment--The Tool You Should Use In Every Motor Vehicle Case2007
The Unique Challenges Faced By the Woman AttorneyChair/Women of WSTLA2006
Experts: Plotting Your Course With Expert AssistanceVocational Rehabilitation: Quantifying and Proving Future Needs2006
Experts: Plotting Your Course With Expert AssistanceVocational Rehabilitation: Quantifying and Proving Future Needs2006
The Defense Medical ExamWhat's Wrong With This Picture: CR 35, Videotape & You2005
Insurance Law BasicsStatements Under Oath2004
Civil Procedure and the RulesQuirks Among the Counties: King County2004
Chair: Auto Cases--The Road To SuccessThe Plaintiff's Trial Notebook2004
2004 WSTLA ConventionCR 35 Examinations: Setting the Conditions2004
Tort Law Update: Hip, HIPPA, Hooray!CR 35 Exams in the New Millenium: Quit Rolling Over2003
Demonstration of a Neck/Back Injury TrialIt;s Time To Change The Language2001
Chair: Spring SpecialKeeping the Third Party Out of Your PIP File2001
The Early Years of LitigationLaw Practice Management and Marketing2000
How To Hammer Allstate IIShredding the DME at Deposition & Trial2000
2000 Annual ConventionEthics2000
Auto Cases: Don't Get Run OverChair1998
6th Annual Insurance Law BasicsPutting Cases To Bed: Remember It Ain't Over 'Til It;s Over1998
20th Annual Insurance Law SeminarPursuing Bad Faith In a UIM Setting1998
5th Annual Insurance Law BasicsWhat Is Insurance Law and Where Do I Find It?1997
Soft Tissue Injury Cases: Maximizing Your Client's RecoveryHow To Deal With Multiple or Pre-Existing Injuries1996
18th Annual Insurance Law SeminarPIP Arbitration, Fees & Other Traps for the Unwary1996
1995 Annual ConventionFibromyalgia: Hidden Damages1995
Auto Cases Nuts & BoltsEvaluating Your Case For Settlement1994
2nd Annual Insurance Law BasicsWhat Is Insurance Law and How Do I Find It?1994
2nd Annual Insurance Law BasicsWhat Is Insurance Law and How Do I Find It?1994
Premises & Product LiabilityDiscovery Techniques in Premises Liability Cases1993
Demonstration of a Trial: Defining Your Style In the CourtroomCross Examination of a Child Witness1991