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Attorney Rachelle Larson practices personal injury law at Craig Swapp and Associates. Her focus is on negotiating, litigating, mediating and arbitrating cases involving vehicular collisions (automobiles, commercial trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, and public transportation), negligent injury, and insurance bad faith. She is currently licensed to practice law in Washington State and is a member of the Washington State Bar Association.
Rachelle earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management from Eastern Washington University and her Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University School of Law. While attending Gonzaga, Rachelle interned at University Legal Assistance, where she represented clients with various elder law issues, which included conducting legal research and drafting litigation documents, wills and trusts. She also volunteered at the Washington First Responders Will Clinic, drafting wills for local police officers, firefighters and other emergency care providers.
Prior to joining Craig Swapp & Associates, Rachelle was an associate attorney at Nordstrom Law Firm where she represented individuals in personal injury accidents, including cases involving automobiles, motorcycles, pedestrians, bicycles, dog bites, slip and falls, premises liability, and medical malpractice.
In her spare time, Rachelle enjoys exercising, hiking, interior decorating, and spending time with her family, friends and her dog Dolce. Rachelle is a Spokane area native and appreciates the opportunity to provide assistance to those individuals in need of representation.
Rachel and Jennifer are the best! Always available when we had questions or concerns, they really take good care of you! Very highly recommended!
Best experience with a car accident I could of hoped for. Ended up with more $ than was expected. Ms. Larson and her assistant Ms. Amy are just top notch. Great communication all the way through.
Ms. Larson and her paralegal team are extremely kind and helpful! Wonderful back and forth communication.