Sean A. Ayres

Shareholder

Sean A. Ayres works out of our Tacoma, Port Orchard and Vancouver offices.

Tacoma
1420 South Union Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98405
253.627.7701

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Sean is Managing Shareholder for the South Sound Offices of GLP Attorneys. Throughout the 28 years of his practice, Mr. Ayres has represented victims of premises liability, common-carrier accidents, defective products, pedestrian accidents, and vehicle collisions. Sean’s commitment to victims’ rights is demonstrated by his efforts to understand the individual circumstances of each claim and the impact that workplace injuries and damages have on individual client’s lives.

He concentrates his law practice on construction workplace injury and accident law as well as premises liability and trucking accidents out of the Tacoma, Port Orchard and Vancouver offices. Mr. Ayres works hard representing those who have suffered injury at the fault of another as well as family members who have lost a loved one to wrongful death. This focus has allowed Sean to gain a wealth of experience on the wide range of issues facing the victims of injury and loss.

Sean earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Seattle University in May of 1987. In 1990 he received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Puget Sound (now known as Seattle University) School of Law.

Mr. Ayres’ bar admissions include Washington State, United States District Court – Western Division and the 9th Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals, and he has been privileged to argue before the Washington State Supreme Court.

When not working, Sean enjoys spending time with his extended family, travelling, and watching whatever professional sport is currently in season – especially basketball.

Successful Cases:

$1.5 million settlement for a man who was hit head-on and suffered a serious foot injury.

$125,000 for a man injured while driving his employer's vehicle.

$155,000 for a woman who had her claim initially rejected by the at-fault insurance carrier.

Confidential policy limits settlement for the estate of a deceased young man.

Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.

Other Notable Cases:

Petitioner's Counsel in Washington Supreme Court case Personal Restrain of Runyan.

Petitioner's Counsel in United States Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit case Noltie v. Peterson.

Honors:

Member of Million Dollar Advocates Forum