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Waid Law Office, PLLC - Seattle, WA

PO Box 16737 Seattle, WA 98116

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Updated: 09/06/2023

Seattle Legal Malpractice Law Firm


Waid Law Office offers you 35 years of experience in civil litigation and appeals, including substantial experience representing clients in legal malpractice claims and cases involving insurance coverage and insurance bad faith issues.

Brian Waid grew up in rural Nebraska, where he developed his commitments to hard work and unquestionable integrity. In 1975, he began his professional career as a Reginald Heber Smith Fellow with the Legal Services Corporation, i.e...

About Waid Law Office, PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Legal Malpractice


  • AV-Rated by Martindale-Hubbell (The Highest Peer Rating of Competence and Ethics), 2005 - 2006
  • Rotarian of the Year, Rotary District 5030 (Seattle and King County Area), 2005 - 2006
  • Rotarian of the Year, Rotary District 6840 (SE La./So. Miss.), 1993 - 1994

Published Works

  • Ethical Problems of the Class Action Practitioner, 27 Loy. L. Rev. 1047, 1981

Classes and Seminars

  • Ethics for the IP Attorney, Washington State Bar Association, Intellectual Property Institute, Seattle, 2009
  • Legal Ethics and Malpractice Issues for the Intellectual Property Attorney Wannabe, Washington State Bar Association, Seattle, 2008
  • Ethics: Establishing and Maintaining the Attorney-Client Relationship, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, Seattle, 2008
  • It's Not Just Microsoft!, Washington State Bar Association, Employment Law Seminar, Washington State Bar Association, Employment Law Seminar, 2000
  • Employment Law Seminar, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, 2000
  • Rule 11: Its Use and Abuse, and Implications for Professionalism, King County Bar Association, 1998 - 1999
  • ERISA Subrogation, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, 1998
  • Chairperson, Subrogation, King County Bar Association, 1998




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Office Information


PO Box 16737 Seattle, WA 98116


  • 206-388-1925

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