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What can an Advocate do for you?
Since 1996, The Advocates Law has focused on getting clients compensation for their injuries. Though the attorneys found success through mass torts, they returned their focus to personal injury claims. Every attorney at Advocates Law is a dedicated advocate for their client. Whether you were in a car accident, slipped and fell, or were bitten by a dog, you can put your case in the hands of an advocate who will work with insurance companies to get you the most compensation for your injuries.
2125 Western Ave #500
Seattle, WA 98121
Ken is licensed in two states to practice law, both Utah and Washington. He started his practice in 1994 with Matt Driggs, opening Driggs, Bills & Day in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ken worked on mass tort claims as well as personal injury cases. In his career, Ken has settled thousands of injury claims and helped tens of thousands of clients get back on their feet.
In 1991, Ken graduated from The University of Utah with a degree in Finance, and went on to continue schooling at The University of Utah to get a Master's degree in business administration. He graduated law school in 1994 with his juris doctorate degree and joined Matt Driggs in creating the Advocates Law.
After years working in Utah, Ken moved with his family to Seattle, Washington. He loves the Pacific Northwest area, and decided to open a branch of the Advocates Law in Seattle.
Ken still lives in Seattle, Washington and enjoys spending time with his wife and four children.
Matt started his law firm with the objective to build a community of caring, understanding, and philanthropy that is centered around the needs of its clientele. His polished product resulted in the creation of the Advocates.
Matt graduated from the University of Utah's law school in Dec. of 1991, and immediately began to practice personal injury law in Jan. of 1992. He started a solo practice in Midvale, and in 1995 moved to downtown Salt Lake. In 1996, Matt bought a building, which now houses the Advocates. Two years later, the partnering attorneys of the Advocates joined forces and became the Driggs, Bills & Day, P.C. personal injury law firm. In his collective years with The Advocates, Matt has compensated his clients with over $200-million.
When Matt isn't in the office, he spends most of his time with his wife and five children. He is extremely passionate about traveling and self-betterment. Matt's bucket list is packed full of adventure, including traveling to every continent and seeing every Wonder of the World.
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Amy Jones earned her Juris Doctorate from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University located in Macon, Georgia. She was admitted to the Georgia Bar in November 2005. After receiving her law degree, Amy represented injured workers in their on-the-job injuries. In addition, she served as a Special Attorney General representing the Georgia Department of Human Resources Child Support Division. Amy moved to the Northwest in 2008 and obtained her Bar Licenses in Oregon and Washington.
Prior to joining The Advocates she worked for several years in insurance defense.
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Kyle Drinnon is a Seattle personal injury attorney. He represents individuals who have been injured through the negligence of others in car accidents, slip and falls, and other incidents. Kyle has represented injured clients throughout the Puget Sound region in jury trials, arbitrations, and mediations, and has successfully argued before the Washington Court of Appeals and Washington Supreme Court.
Mr. Drinnon is the newest associate of the Advocates Law and has been admitted to practice law in the State of Washington.
Kyle is a Puget Sound native and graduate of the University of Washington and Seattle University School of Law.
Anne Vankirk is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law and the University of Washington. While new to the Advocates, Anne has extensive experience aggressively representing clients in final-stage litigation for a broad range of personal injury claims. In addition, Anne's appellate experience includes: being an Extern for Justice Charles Wiggins of the Washington Supreme Court, briefing for the Washington Supreme Court that resulted in a unanimous win, and arguing to a unanimous win at the Washington Court of Appeals.Anne has not only successfully represented personal injury clients; she has been one herself. She understands the frustrating and overwhelming nature of the system when you really just need to get on with your daily life. She also understands how pain and injury can affect every moment of your day to day life, and how important it is to repair your quality of life through compensation.Anne lives in Tacoma with her husband and two daughters. In her off time, she is an avid runner and engages in all kinds of outdoor adventures with friends and family.
Jamal Amirzade is a graduate of Eastern Washington University and Seattle University School of Law. His prior experience includes prosecuting misdemeanor crimes at the Seattle city prosecutor's office, where he tried more than half a dozen jury trials to verdict. This trial experience enables him to take your case to trial if the insurance companies do not make reasonable settlement offers.
Jamal works hard to make sure that the average citizen can get a fair shake in the courtroom when taking on the powerful insurance companies. In cases where insurance companies unreasonably refuse to meet their obligations, the last resort for individuals is to hold them accountable is in our courts. Jamal is admitted to the Washington State Bar and is a proud member of the Washington State Association for Justice.
Away from his legal work, he is an avid guitar and piano player. He has been residing in Washington State for the past 10 years and is a huge Seattle Seahawks and Sounders fan.
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