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Patrick C Cook

Patrick C Cook


Personal Injury and Workers Compensation Lawyer
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The Walthew Law Firm
Seattle, WA

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Attorney Biography

Patrick Cook is a trial lawyer with extensive litigation experience. He is a lifelong Washington resident and a member of the King, Snohomish and Washington State Bar Associations. After passing the bar, he served as a Deputy Prosecutor in King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. While there, he honed his trial and negotiation skills. I also learned to manage complex, difficult cases. Patrick joined The Walthew Law Firm in March of 2007. Since joining The Walthew Law Firm, he has focused his practice on only representing injured and disabled workers in Washington State's Workers' Compensation system and in personal injury cases.


Practice Areas

 
Personal Injury (50%)
 
Workers Compensation (50%)

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Bar Licenses

Washington State Bar
Washington
Member in Good Standing
1998

Education

Seattle University School of Law
Seattle University School of Law
J.D.
1998

Univerisity of Washington
B.A.
1993

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Patrick C Cook
The Walthew Law Firm
3000 1ST AVE
Seattle, WA 98121
www.walthew.com
Office: 206-623-5311

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