1 Program with Paul Michael Veillon
Seattle personal injury attorney and diminished value lawyer Paul Veillon has represented severely injured persons since 2004 in claims against insurers, major corporations, and government agencies. In and out of Court, through jury trials, and before the Supreme Court of this state, he has prevailed and counseled clients and small businesses in financial crisis, fought for the rights of the accused and victims of discrimination, and helped ordinary people who needed justice.
Attorney Paul Veillon has earned the highest 10/10 rating and the Client’s Choice Award on Avvo.com. He is an Eagle member of the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ), published several peer-reviewed articles on insurance and injury claims, served on the Trial News Editorial Board, co-chaired Continuing Legal Education seminars, associated with other firms that required his special expertise in an aspect of their client’s claims or jury trial expertise, and serves as the 2015 Vice-chair of the WSAJ Insurance Law Section and as a member of the WSAJ CLE Committee.
Mr. Veillon has lived in the Puget Sound area his entire life. After graduating valedictorian from Oak Harbor High School, he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with Honors in Physics from the University of Puget Sound. Then he went to law school at night so he could work full-time to support his family, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Seattle University in 2003.
He and his wife have four children and live in Seattle. He has an intense passion for golf and chess, though he's no expert at either. He also enjoys spending time with his family, especially on Orcas Island or at Gasworks Park.