Herb Fuller – We Treat You Like Family
A trial lawyer with many years of experience, Herb has concentrated his efforts in the accident/injury field of law.
He is a graduate of Harvard (A.B.) and the University of Washington (J.D.) and was formerly Chief Assistant Attorney General of the State of Washington. He is one of the few attorneys in the state who has argued cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Herb and his wife, Carol Fuller, founded the law firm of Fuller & Fuller in 1972, which over the years has become a regional law firm emphasizing accident/injury law and medical malpractice law.
His three children and his daughter-in-law later joined the firm making Fuller & Fuller a unique family firm.
Herb has worked with hundreds of men and women to get a fair resolution of their insurance claims. Herb formerly taught Public Law and Jurisprudence at St. Martin’s College. Both Herb and his wife, Carol, grew up in the Puget Sound area.
Herb enjoys reading. He is also an avid traveler, painter and linguist. He has five grandchildren.
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Detailed explanations! Talked with providers, assistance with medical bills and payment plans.
You truly care about the people you deal with. Thank you for all you did!
It was good work, they worked hard on the case.
You guys are doing great, and I received a bigger settlement than I thought!
Everything was so professional and Marya was terrific. I couldn't have asked for anything better.
My experience was great. I am so grateful that they were able to work with me while I am stationed overseas.
A family of lawyers
with generations of experience.
At Fuller & Fuller,
we listen to our clients.
Leonor R. Fuller
We practice personal injury
and medical malpractice law.
Marya C. Fuller
On her way to court.
Let our family help your family
Herb and Nina Fuller strategizing
together on a case.
Tacoma, Olympia, & Port Orchard
We often come to you if you can't
come to us.
Ninamaria K. Fuller
Preparing a client for trial.