The Arc of Tri-Cities receives many phone call inquiries about lawyers familiar with disability issues.
The following Attorneys and Law Firms and are familiar with Disability Law and have been highly recommended by families of the Arc of Tri-Cities.
If you have a recommendation please to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
(If you are looking for "Attorneys Familiar With Guardianship" please visit the Guardianship page.
A local Law firm that Attorney Brian Davis has been involved in helping individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities Administration issues.
2415 W. Falls Avenue
Kennewick, WA 99336
"Our practice focuses on serving individuals who experience disabling conditions, their families, and the professionals who serve them"
2722 Eastlake Ave. E Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98102-3143
The Special Needs Alliance is a national, non-profit organization committed to helping individuals with disabilities, their families and the professionals who serve them. Many of our member attorneys have family members with special needs; all of them work regularly with public benefits, guardianships/conservatorships, planning for disabilities and special education issues. We volunteer significant time to the special needs community and advocate for legislative and regulatory change to improve quality of life for individuals with disabilities.
The Special Needs Alliance is a selective national organization that is structured to ensure that clients, attorneys and fiduciaries have access to attorneys in the fields of special needs planning and public entitlements regardless of location.
If you have questions about the Special Needs Alliance or would like to locate a member in your state, please call 1-877-572-8472 or contact us through the form below. You may also visit our Locate an Attorney page to search for legal expertise by state.
Our mailing address is:
7739 E. Broadway Blvd. #362
Tucson, AZ 85710
Disability Rights Washington is a private non-profit organization that protects the rights of people with disabilities statewide. Our mission is to advance the dignity, equality, and self-determination of people with disabilities. We work to pursue justice on matters related to human and legal rights"
We provide free services to people with disabilities.
Request DRW services
Disability Rights Washington (DRW) has attorneys and law student interns who provide technical assistance to thousands of individuals with disabilities or their advocates at no cost. Technical assistance services include:
- general information about legal rights;
- strategies about how to become a stronger self-advocate;
- community education and training;
- legal services for disability rights violations; and
- information sheets on a wide range of subjects that can empower individuals with disabilities to better advocate for themselves. View our Self-help information sheets.
DRW attorneys and interns are available to talk with you between the hours of 9:00 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 4 pm Monday through Friday. We schedule a few phone appointments each day and the rest of the day is open calling. We receive dozens of calls a day, and as such may not be available to take your call right away. You may be asked to call back later in the day or make a phone appointment for later in the week.
Please be aware that if you call our office when we are closed, your message will not be returned.
(800) 562-2702 or (206) 324-1521 Voice Interpreters are available. Please use 711 for relay service.
Collect calls from correctional facilities are accepted.
U.S. Postal Mail or Fax
You may send a written request to us via U.S. Postal mail or by fax:
Disability Rights Washington 315 - 5th Avenue South, Suite 850 Seattle, WA 98104
Fax - 206-957-0729
DRW does not accept email requests for technical assistance services.
People sending email to DRW have a reasonable expectation of privacy. However, DRW does not use encryption, and all email coming to DRW is routed through a third party internet service provider (ISP) before it reaches DRW. Although it is unlikely that an ISP will intercept and review a message, it is a possibility, especially if a message is incorrectly addressed and "bounced back" to the sender. Therefore, you may want to consider alternative methods of accessing our services if you are concerned about confidentiality.
DRW cannot provide direct assistance in the following situations:
- Criminal law
- Family law
- Assistance becoming the guardian of an individual with a disability
- Out-of-state issues
- Workers compensation
- General medical malpractice & personal injury
- General consumer bankruptcy issues
- Any issue or problem not directly related to your disability
- Assistance finding employment, housing or financial assistance
- Assistance filling out forms & Social Security applications
- Anything that is not the wish of the person with the disability