- Plaintiffs' Personal Injury
- Family Law
- Premarital Agreements
- Adoption Law
- Estate Planning
- Estate Litigation
- Corporate Law
- Business Law
- Real Estate
- Traffic Violations
- Juvenile Criminal Law
- Social Security
- Workers' Compensation
Attorneys at Law
Centrally located in the capital city of Washington, the firm members have diverse areas of practice and are heavily involved in community affairs. The firm welcomes out-of-state referrals.
Connolly, Tacon & Meserve was established in 1972. Since that time the firm has continued to grow and now occupies the entire third floor of the Heritage Bank Building in downtown Olympia.
Whether your concern is personal or business related, we invite you to bring all of your legal issues to us. Our experienced attorneys, backed by a professional staff, will aggressively represent your interests. We take pride in providing high-quality legal services for a reasonable fee.
There is no charge for the first interview in personal injury, workers' compensation, social security disability and estate planning matters. We accept personal injury, workers' compensation cases, and social security disability cases on a contingency fee basis.
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