When you face legal problems that require the most effective possible protection of your rights, trust The Phelan Law Office. We are known throughout Portland and Vancouver for our ability to get results for our clients, even in the most challenging of circumstances.
To arrange an initial consultation to discuss your legal concerns and how we can help, please contact our Washington law firm today at 360-989-2104 or toll free at 800-769-0466.
Vancouver Criminal Defense Lawyer
Experienced And Effective Representation In All Cases Throughout Washington And Oregon
Attorney Thomas C. Phelan is widely regarded as one of the most experienced and skilled trial lawyers in Southwest Washington and the Portland area. From DUI to death penalty cases, he is equipped to handle anything. He has defended against all types of criminal charges, including murder, sex offenses, assault, robbery, theft, white collar crime and felony drug offenses, as well as death penalty cases and those involving serial killers. He also protects the rights of minors facing juvenile criminal charges.
He knows how to get results in the courtroom, even when a trial may not go as planned. His representation is thorough, and he plans contingency measures for all possible circumstances, including appeal. Mr. Phelan has successfully argued cases before the Washington State Supreme Court and the Washington State Court of Appeals on many occasions, and he has been instrumental in establishing important rights for his clients and the people of the state of Washington in his victories before the appeals court.
Portland Personal Injury Lawyer
Our experience and skill in trial also protect the rights of those involved in personal injury matters. When you have been hurt, we are ready to fight to ensure that you are awarded what you deserve from the insurance companies and responsible parties. Our effective and thorough preparation gets results for our clients, allowing them to get back to their normal lives.
We take all personal injury matters on a contingency fee, not accepting payment unless the client is awarded damages.