Compassionate Support and Experienced Legal Counsel

Harper Law PLLC is a small, highly relational law firm practicing in the area of personal injury and dedicated to helping people who have been seriously injured by the negligence of another. Personal injury attorney Ed Harper provides compassionate support and experienced legal counsel for individuals throughout Washington State. Ed is licensed to practice in both Washington and the state of California.


“Ed and I have teamed up in educational presentations in our community. He is personable, honest and has great knowledge in his areas of expertise. A pleasure to work with. Ed is an active and valued member of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce, too.” –Dale Amundsen

Recent Personal Injury Verdict

$5.86 Million verdict for brain injury - Superior Court, King County, (Seattle) Washington, May 27, 2009. Head-on collision left client with a fractured leg, contusions and a brain injury. Having rejected plaintiff's $1.25 Million policy limit demand, PEMCO Insurance Co. had unlimited exposure. At trial PEMCO offered $2 Million, then $2.5 Million. Jury ultimately returned verdict for $5.86 Million. More information.

No recovery, no fee

  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Auto Accidents
  • Construction Site Accidents
  • Premises Liability Claims
  • Wrongful Death Claims
  • Insurance Claims
  • Medical Malpractice

Contact Information

Harper Law PLLC
Ed Harper, Attorney at Law
826 6th Street South, Suite 101
Kirkland, WA 98033-6740
Toll-Free 877.780.2800

We Are Here to Help

Although our office does not handle all types of cases, we hope you will contact us regarding any legal issues you may encounter. We will answer your questions, or refer you to another quality and trustworthy attorney if we are unable to assist you.

For a FREE consultation call 425.284.3333
Washington Personal Injury Attorney Ed Harper

“Our goal at Harper Law is to provide compassionate support and experienced legal counsel for people who have been seriously injured as a result of someone else’s actions.” — Ed Harper