You may have a claim for damages arising out of the trespass to land and/or trespass to timber. Your total damages could be trebled depending on the circumstances. You should seek the advice of an attorney that is knowledgeable in civil disputes/litigation and timber trespass.
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I agree with Mr. Meyler.
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I would recommend filing a claim against the County. You will need to use the County forms and follow its procedure. The link for this is below --- or go to the King County website for more information.
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