The Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) is the oldest and largest civil
justice advocacy organization in the Pacific Northwest.
We work with Washington’s top law firms, attorneys, legal professionals and consumer
groups to protect the legal rights of wronged consumers, injured citizens, patients and
Since 1953, WSAJ leaders have worked tirelessly to ensure our members have the best
resources and strategies to advocate for their clients from the courtroom to the Capitol.
Our professional programs and government affairs team are highly regarded among
civil justice advocates across the nation. We currently have more than 2,400 WSAJ
member attorneys across the state of Washington practicing a broad spectrum of civil
For decades, big insurance, negligent corporations and government agencies have
sought to rig the civil justice system and state workers’ compensation system in favor of
negligent wrongdoers at the expense of injured citizens and workers. Our attorneys and
legal professionals ensure that injured Washington citizens have access to a fair civil
justice system and state worker’s compensation system when they need it the most.
Our mission is simple. We are dedicated to safeguarding the Seventh Amendment
constitutional right to a trial by jury. It is the only constitutionally-guaranteed right that
ensures that all citizens retain the right to hold public and private sector entities – more
powerful than themselves – accountable under the law, regardless of a citizen’s stature,
power or financial resources. This means when executive and legislative watchdogs of
the government fail to adequately protect innocent people, citizens have the power and
a remedy to hold those negligent entities accountable under the law. The right of trial by
jury is a foundation of our democracy. It ensures everyday Americans – a jury of your
peers – ultimately have the last word.
Visit Tom’s Washington State Association for Justice page for more information.