About Tamaki Law
Decades of Success in Personal Injury Law
Tamaki Law was founded by Blaine Tamaki in 1994, establishing his own personal injury law firm with the help of his paralegal, Deb Ward. Today, Tamaki Law employs seven lawyers, twelve support personnel, and operates three law offices in Washington, located in Yakima, Kennewick, and Bellevue.
The law firm handles cases throughout Washington State and across the United States, with major cases in Montana and South Dakota, through association with other local counsel.
Tamaki Law provides experienced representation in the areas of personal injury, auto and trucking collisions, sexual abuse, wrongful death, insurance bad faith, and medical malpractice. The attorneys and staff at Tamaki Law are committed to providing quality, individualized service to their clients.
Tamaki Law has set nearly every major settlement record in Central Washington and many statewide records including being one of the leading firms in settling a $167.3 million case against the Jesuits on behalf of Native American children abused at residential boarding schools; a $12 million medical malpractice case; a $6.55 million State DSHS case; and a $6.4 million State DOC case.
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A Mission of Honor & Integrity
We will honor our promises and provide timely service. We shall treat everyone with respect, dignity and compassion regardless of social class, gender, race, or disability. We will demonstrate professionalism and poise under pressure and stress. We will help each other as partners and teammates. We will be committed to excellence in everything that we do. We will build a team to be the very best at what we do.
We accept the enormous responsibilities and stressful duties of litigation: prioritization, meticulous preparation, careful organization, and adherence to deadlines. However, our goal is to always control our practice rather than have our practice control us.
Our economic interests will be governed by our contracts and also by our sense of fairness and our skills.
As we pursue our mission, we hope and pray that by helping our clients, we also help ourselves, the community, and the world at large in becoming a more just place.