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For plaintiff Attorney Thad Martin, practicing law is a “24/7” enterprise. It’s been that way for this high-profile lawyer since he first interned for Pierce County’s largest law firm.

“It’s almost like I take a break from work to live a regular life,” Thad quipped during a recent interview in his University Place office. “I will do whatever it takes for my clients…..staying up all night, working all weekend, living and breathing every case.”


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In The Media

September 20, 2008

Bates agrees to pay $500,000

Bates Technical College will pay $500,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by former students in its civil engineering technician/surveying program who claimed the Tacoma vocational school failed to provide them with proper educations. (Tacoma News Tribune)

October 18, 2006

Suit Says Doctor Abused Patients

Personal injury attorney Thaddeus Martin filed the Pierce County lawsuit for Burkett, who was a patient; Curtis, a social worker; and Johnson, a nurse who said she quit because of Chawla. (Tacoma New Tribune)


October 14, 2006

Doctor Has His License Pulled

Thaddeus Martin represents a former patient and colleges of accused doctor at Group Health Tacoma. (The Olympian)


July 7, 2006

Suit Alleges Students Abused

Parents of seven Clover Park special-education students seek damages. A lawsuit accuses teachers and aides in the Clover Park School District of harassing and abusing seven special-education students. (Tacoma News Tribune)


April 25, 2006

Parents of Disabled Claim Abuse

Thad Martin threatens to file $12 Million suit.


January 19, 2005

Thad Martin is featured on front page of The Tacoma Facts newspaper.



Thad Martin is selected as the “Rising Star” recipient by the Washington Business Examiner, named “Lawyer of the Year” by WA State Bar Association and recognized as “Washington Super Lawyer” by Washington Law and Politics.