Workers’ Comp Lawyer vs Advocate


Tim Hamill: If you’re injured on the job, you need an experienced attorney. Workers Comp is a complex area of the law, with its own rules, procedures, courts and judges. I’m Tim Hamill of Bothwell and Hamill. For almost 10 years I was an assistant attorney general representing Labor and Industries. But, now I fight for injured workers. Let me help you.

For your Workers’ Compensation claim in Kennewick, Yakima, or the Tri-Cities, not everyone who says they will help with your case is actually an attorney. Some are non-attorney “advocates” or paralegals.

If you’re not certain, ask before you choose someone to help you.

Why is having an actual attorney important? An attorney has a law degree with training for complex legal matters. An attorney is trained in preparing and presenting evidence, cross examining witnesses, and in writing complicated legal briefs about your case.

Tim Hamill spent almost ten years with the Attorney General’s Office.

Attorney Timothy Hamill represented the Department of Labor & Industries at every level of the Workers’ Compensation court system. He knows what to expect and how to respond. Claims managers are not there to make sure you get all the benefits you deserve. Tim is.

To learn more about the background of the attorney Tim Hamill, click here. Or contact us for a FREE consultation on your Workers’ Comp claim in Yakima, Kennewick, or the Tri-Cities in Washington State.