John Wallace graduated in 2006 from Seattle University School of Law with highest honors. His class rank was 8 out of approximately 350 graduates. While in law school he was an associate editor of the Seattle University Law Review, he published an article on the meretricious relationship doctrine, and he worked for Justice Mary E. Fairhurst at the Washington State Supreme Court. His law practice focuses exclusively on personal injury and workers compensation claims. He has litigated cases at the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals, Superior Court, the Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Washington. Mr. Wallace is passionate about his clients and his clients’ pursuit of justice. He is honest and practices with integrity. He keeps his clients informed every step of the way. His office serves all communities in the State of Washington, including but not limited to, Tacoma, Puyallup, Federal Way, Des Moines, Burien, Kent, Seattle, Covington, Maple Valley, Graham, Spanaway, Lakewood, Olympia, and Gig Harbor. Mr. Wallace has been named by Super Lawyers Magazine as a rising star in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Outside of his law practice, Mr. Wallace was appointed by the Mayor of Tacoma to serve on the City of Tacoma’s Human Rights Commission, where he served from 2011 through 2014. He was elected as the chair of the commission from 2012 through 2014. Mr. Wallace was also appointed by the Mayor of Tacoma to serve on the Tacoma Public Library Board of Trustees, where he has served as a trustee from 2012 to present. Call for a free, no obligation, consultation and case review (253) 348-2200. Or, visit www.wallaceinjurylaw.com for more information.