- 4.4/5.0 (5 reviews)
Prior to establishing the Law Offices of Harold D. Carr, P.S. in 1989, Mr. Carr actively practiced in law firms in King County, Pierce County, and Thurston County. He obtained a Juris Doctor degree from University of Kansas School of Law in 1981 and his undergraduate B.S and graduate Masters degree from Kansas State University in 1977 and 1978, respectively. He devotes his law practice to obtaining just and fair compensation from insurance companies for those individuals injured as a result of negligence in cases primarily involving motor vehicle accidents. He has served as a mediator on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Panel and as an arbitrator on numerous UIM panels.
Mr. Carr is actively involved in the community and has served as President of the Lacey Lamplighter Lions for three terms and as chairperson for several Lion's committees. He is married to Dorrie Carr, retired former personal assistant for the past 16 years to the Commander of Madigan Army Medical Center, Ft. Lewis. They have three daughters and one son.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 10/30/10 in Personal Injury.
Mr Carr did an amazing job on my case! He kept me informed frequently, and settled for far more than we anticipated receiving for the accident. Additionally, I received money for my medical expenses separate from the settlement amount, so the actua... Read more
Mr Carr did an amazing job on my case! He kept me informed frequently, and settled for far more than we anticipated receiving for the accident. Additionally, I received money for my medical expenses separate from the settlement amount, so the actual amount I paid was less percentage wise than would have been at other lawyers. Mr Carr is passionate about his services, is empathetic and understanding of client needs, but can be tough with the other party! I highly recommend him! Read lessRead less
4.8/5.0 Rated on 01/14/11 in Personal Injury.
They are very professional and I do recommend him to anyone who needs a good lawyer
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