Emerald City Law Group is built upon a belief that everyone is entitled to justice and legal representation that exceeds expectations. The vision to create a law firm with exceptional value comes from founding attorney, Stryder J. Wegener, and is shared by every member of our staff. With a focus on being approachable, responsive, and assertive, Emerald City Law Group offers an unparalleled commitment to every client in every case.
The highest quality legal counsel when you need it most.Your situation is unique and you deserve better than a cookie cutter approach. So, when members of the King County community need help, whether it involves criminal charges, a personal injury, or a traffic issue, we provide experienced legal assistance and results – unlike anything you’ve seen before.
Our blend of remarkably trained and highly-skilled legal professional coupled with an in-depth knowledge of the issues affecting you and your family, places us in the exclusive position to address your needs and find a lasting solution.
The sole measures of our success are the results you see.From our offices in Seattle Washington, our King County attorneys are here to help. With comprehensive experience in criminal defense, personal injury and traffic-related matters, Emerald City Law Group will tailor a strategy that best serves you.
We understand that legal issues arise when you least expect. That’s why we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer your questions. Call (206) 536-2924 today or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys in Seattle today.
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