Seattle Personal Injury Lawyers

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Anderton Law Office
705 Second Avenue, Suite 1000
Seattle, Washington 98104
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Phone: (206) 262-9290
Fax: (206) 838-3330
Email: bob@andertonlaw.com

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Seattle Personal Injury Lawyers

Washington State
Legal Practice Areas

bicycle injury
personal injury
wrongful death
products liability cases
bicycle accidents
scooter accidents
skateboard accidents
pedestrian accidents
wheelchair accidents
moped accidents
motor scooter accidents
motorcycle accidents
car accidents
semi trucking accidents
SUV accidents
premises liability
unsafe places
unfair insurance practices
bad faith
Housing Justice Project

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About Us
Seattle Personal Injury Lawyers

Bob Anderton

Jessica Cutler

Rob Levin

In The News


About Bob

Seattle personal injury lawyer Bob Anderton is also a bike lawyer.

Bob Anderton heads Washington Bike Law. Bob is a daily bike commuter with over two decades of experience in successfully representing injured bicyclists. Bob didn't set out to be a bike lawyer. The idea of a "bike lawyer" did not yet exist as bicyclists started becoming the majority of Bob's clients. Today, bike law represents about 90% of Bob's work.

Bob is Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell as AV® Preeminent™ 5 out of 5 . This is the highest possible rating for Legal Knowledge, Analytical Capabilities, Judgment, Communication Ability, and Legal Experience. Bob is a Member of National Trial Lawyers' Top 100 Trial Lawyers. AVVO rates Bob as a 10 on a scale of 1 to 10 for experience, industry recognition and professional conduct.

Bob enjoys writing and has a degree in journalism. His scholarly work was published in the Iowa Law Review in 1992. Later in the 1990s, Bob served as a reporter and editor for publications of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association and the Washington State Bar Association. From 2001 to 2005, Bob was editor of The Bar Bulletin, the King County Bar Association’s official publication. Bob serves on the board of Bike Works and has been a volunteer and donor to Bike Works for over a decade.

Bob is uniquely qualified to help injured bicyclists. This is not just because he is a bike person himself, but because he has already represented bicyclists in almost every factual scenario imaginable. He's helped countless people who've been doored, T-boned, rear-ended, right-hooked, left-hooked or even thrown from their bikes by roads not fit for ordinary travel. Bob has the experience to know from the outset what arguments are likely to be made and how to best advocate for his bike clients.


About Jessica

Seattle personal injury lawyer Jessica Cutler.

Attorney Jessica Cutler is a former professional bike racer who has also worked as a bike messenger.  She was admitted to the Washington Bar in 2010 and is an Eagle Member of the Washington State Association for Justice.  Jessica's passion for cycling as well as her deep knowledge of our state's bicycle infrastructure and conventions make her a great addition to our team.  Jessica practices bike law like she rides a bike: passionately.

Jessica rides for fitness, fun, and everyday transportation.  She regularly volunteers her time in the local cycling community to teach safe riding and racing techniques. Jessica is a long-time member of the Washington State Bicycle Association and a co-founder of the nonprofit Northwest Women's Cyclocross Project - a program that seeks to identify and develop young racers while working to create greater accessibility to the sport. 


About Rob Levin

Seattle personal injury lawyer Jessica Cutler.

Rob Levin is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law and has been practicing law in Washington for more than 25 years.  Rob is a bike commuter and an avid recreational rider. Rob knows first-hand how insurers evaluate and settle cases.  Before joining Washington Bike Law, Rob represented major insurance companies in coverage cases and also defended their insureds in civil litigation.  His experience as a defense attorney gives him perspective on how to develop stronger cases for Washington Bike Law's individual clients.

Rob's background also includes representing plaintiffs in personal injury and property damage cases and defendants in criminal proceedings.  In law school, Rob clerked for Evergreen Legal Services, the precursor to Columbia Legal Services. 

Originally from Detroit, Rob moved to Washington after falling in love with the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.  He and his wife, also a lawyer, have two incredible kids and are passionate about exploring the Pacific Northwest on bike and by foot.  Rob and his family also have two Flat-Coated Retrievers who provide them with added joy. 




Seattle Personal Injury Lawyers

Bob Anderton

Jessica Cutler

Rob Levin



In the News

South Park Gets Library

Bob chaired the South Park Library Steering Committee that obtained $2.5 million in funding in 2000 to open a library in an under-served neighborhood.

The West Seattle Herald on September 5, 2006 quoted him (Anderton) as follows: "Access to books and computers could make a huge difference for the many South Park residents who are low-income or English language learners … This is the kind of development that is not about gentrification - it's making it better for everyone," said Anderton. "This is not a Starbucks." Anderton couldn't help but recognize the new library came too late for "people who have come and gone from South Park and who could have developed literacy and didn't." "But it's a wonderful development for now and the future," said Anderton. "Who could be against a library?"

Cyclists sue Seattle over trolley tracks - KOMO News June 2, 2010

[...] Bob Anderton, a lawyer who rides his bike to work every day, is representing six cyclists injured by the tracks [...] He claims the city ignored warnings about South Lake Union's trolley tracks from planners it hired to assess the design. "Many different people said that this was fatally flawed and that bicycle crashes were highly foreseeable and they did it anyway," Anderton said. Anderton says the cyclists' tires got stuck in the trolley track grooves. "We've had fractured elbows, broken wrists, broken teeth, broken jaws," he said.[...]