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John W. Hicks, Attorney at Law

John Hicks has a law practice in Mount Vernon (WA)
(360) 336-6565
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Litigation, Personal Injury matters.
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PO Box 1165, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: (360) 336-6565, Fax: (360) 336-5801   Map It
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Litigation: Appellate Practice, Business & Commercial Litigation (Engineering Litigation), Class Action, Conflicts of Law, General Civil Litigation (Expert & Witness Testimony, Fiduciary Abuse), Securities Litigation/Broker Misconduct, Writs
Personal Injury: Birth Injury, Brain Injury, Car Accidents (Experienced Aggressive Representation), Construction accidents, Defective Highway Design, Defective Products (Defective Electronics, Design Defects & Manufacturing Defects, Unsafe Drugs & Other Products), Fires, Food-borne illness, Fractures, Intentional Torts (Assault & Battery, Conversion, Dog Bites & Animal Attacks, False Imprisonment, Nuisance, Slander & Libel, Trespass), Mass Accidents (Air Crash, Bus, Train, Subway Accidents, Plant Explosions), Motorcycle Accidents, Slip & Fall, Dangerous Conditions, Toxic Torts (Asbestos Exposure, Infant Lead Poisoning, Pesticides, Tobacco, Toxic Exposure; Hazardous Waste, Toxic Mold), Wrongful Death
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Bar Admissions
  • Washington (WA) 1976
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    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    Washington

    Skagit: Anacortes, Bow, Burlington, Clearlake, Concrete, Conway, Hamilton, La Conner, Lyman, Marblemount, Mount Vernon, Rockport, Sedro Woolley
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