Litigation is about results
For two decades, Corr Cronin has set the standard for high-stakes litigation in the Pacific Northwest. Our attorneys are consistently ranked among the best in their field, and the firm is recognized time and again as one of the top litigation firms in Seattle.
We are trial lawyers, first and foremost. We go to court, we try cases, and we win. Corr Cronin’s practice areas are as broad as the clients and cases that take us to courtrooms across the country.
Founded by former big law partners, we combine the sophistication and expertise of a big firm with the lean and client-centered focus of a boutique. Our mission is simple: win.
Class Action/Mass Tort
Insurance Coverage Litigation
Real Estate & Environmental Litigation
“They are a high-end boutique,” confirms a peer. “They have four partners in the ACTL, which for a firm of 18 or so people is quite a lot.” Another peer concedes, “For Litigation, Corr Cronin is the firm to beat in Seattle. They are becoming a real ‘brand’ where clients coming to them with their hair on fire know that they’re going to get high-quality, trial-tested, ‘SWAT team’ litigation.”
“This outstanding group combines cost-effective and highly responsive boutique service with the experience and expertise of a team of veteran trial attorneys. Sources say, lawyer-for-lawyer, Corr Cronin is arguably the finest firm in town.”
— Chambers and Partners, Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
US News – Best Law Firms, Client quotes:
“This company is a no-nonsense litigation firm which tells it like it is, whether you like it or not. I highly recommend them.”
“[Corr Cronin] is experienced. The lawyers give practical advice at an extremely good value. They are efficient.”
“[Corr Cronin] is our ‘go to’ Seattle firm for top rate litigators at reasonable rates.”
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