Scott Terry, of counsel


Scott Terry has been practicing law for over 27 years in the State of Washington and has argued over 100 jury and bench trials in Municipal, State and Federal courts. When you first talk to Scott, you will immediately recognize the calm demeanor of a confident and seasoned professional. Scott is a uniquely powerful speaker who has also mastered the skill of being an effective listener. This ability to calmly and critically listen puts his clients at ease and assures them that their cases and stories are put together in a way that is both persuasive and makes sense. Scott’s integrity and sense of calm has also proven to be effective in negotiations and in the courtroom where he naturally engenders the trust and respect of judges, juries and even opposing counsel. If you ever have the pleasure of listening to Scott tell a story you will be left with the strong impression you are listening to the truth. People trust Scott and for good reason.

Scott is driven by a strong respect and appreciation for the U.S. Constitution and the protections it provides to all individuals regardless of background, race or economic standing. Scott is a highly empathetic lawyer who is also driven by a deep understanding of the value of family and the strength that one can derive from it. This deep-seated belief in justice and family has kept Scott passionate about his cases, his clients and the results he strives every day to achieve for them. He is the kind of lawyer who really does all he can to help an individual and their family in crisis or need and is the kind of lawyer who other lawyers hire to represent their family members.

Scott is a local Washington native who grew up in Des Moines, Washington and is a Graduate of Brigham Young University and the Seattle University School of Law. Mr. Terry has been practicing law for over 27 years; and in that time he has vigorously represented the interests thousands of individuals facing a wide variety of legal challenges. Mr. Terry has appeared as a legal analyst on NW Cable News and has sat as a Pro Tem Judge in various Courts in King County.