Being injured at work can have devastating physical, emotional, and financial consequences.
Our workers' compensation system is supposed to provide appropriate medical and monetary benefits to injured workers and their families. Unfortunately, the system often works too slowly or fails altogether.
We will take the time to listen to your concerns and then explain your rights as an injured worker.
Contacting us for a consultation will help you understand how the system works, what benefits you are entitled to, and how to move your claim in the direction you want it to go. We will give you the information you need to decide whether to hire an attorney immediately or wait and see how your claim goes.
If you choose to hire us, we will take the pressure off you by assisting with both the small and large aspects of your claim. We are knowledgeable and experienced but still provide the personal service of a small firm.
We battle the Department of Labor and Industries as well as large self-insured employers and their third party representatives (Broadspire, CCMSI, Eberle Vivian, Esis, Sedgwick, etc.) We frequently handle appeals before the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA), Superior Court, and the Court of Appeals.
We represent injured workers in King and Snohomish Counties and throughout Washington. Our office is conveniently located just two minutes from I-5 at the Northgate exit in north Seattle.
The Grady B. Martin Law Office
1833 North 105th Street
Grady Martin has spent his entire ten-year career as an attorney helping injured workers and their families. He enjoys fighting the Department of Labor & Industries and self-insured employers to obtain whatever medical and monetary benefits his clients are entitled to under Washington law.
Before going to law school, Grady served as Assistant Director of Forensics (speech and debate) at Western Washington University. He attended the University of Washington School of Law and was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board.
Grady is a member in good standing with the Washington State Bar Association. He is a proud member of the American Association for Justice, the Washington State Association for Justice (formerly the Washington State Trial Lawyers' Association), and the Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group. Grady is a past chair of the Workers' Compensation Section of the Washington State Association for Justice.
Bar Number: 34875
Washington , 2004
University of Washington School of Law
Member of the Moot Court Honor Board
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