Kent Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Helping Injured People — 40 Years of Dedication

Suffering a severe injury or dealing with the aftermath of an unexpected death can change life in ways you might not ever have imagined. Most people who are injured in workplace or personal injury accidents are unprepared for the challenges a sudden injury presents.

At Harpold Thomas, PC, we help our clients deal with the day-to-day realities associated with personal injury or workplace accidents. We handle the legal aspects such as obtaining medical benefits or wage replacement so that our clients can focus on recovering from their injuries.

Our practice is focused in those two areas so that we can provide exceptional personal service to each of our valued clients. From our office in Kent, Washington, we represent clients throughout Seattle, South King County and North Pierce County.

For 40 years, clients in our area have trusted us to help them when they need it most.

Our workers' compensation and personal injury practices are dedicated to helping people get the benefits and other compensation they need and deserve. We help people who are injured or killed in a broad range of circumstances, including workplace accidents, car accidents, dangerous conditions on others' property and firearm injuries.

Our services include workers' compensation claims, appeals, restoration of benefits and disability benefits, third-party claims, and claims for wage loss and other damages.

The Kent workers' compensation attorneys at Harpold Thomas, PC, are knowledgeable and experienced. We are talented legal advocates dedicated to helping our clients secure benefits and compensation to keep their lives on track when the unexpected happens.

Free Initial Consultation | Seattle Personal Injury Lawyers

To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced lawyers, call us at 253-234-9520 or contact us online. Our office is located near the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent.

There are no attorney fees unless we recover on your behalf.