Free Legal Clinic in Everett on Saturday

Rick Merrill attorney

Free legal clinic from 8am – 3pm the 2nd Saturday of each month in Everett.

Everett Attorney Rick Merrill has announced a series of free legal clinics, the first of which will happen tomorrow. (01-12-13) Merrill tells MyEverettNews.com that the clinics will be held the 2nd Saturday of each month from 8:00am – 3:00pm. “People can ask me anything they’d like,” said Merrill.”If I don’t know the answer I should be able to refer them to where it can be found.” Merrill says he feels it’s his obligation as an attorney to give back to the community and this is one way he can do that. “A lot of times people don’t need to hire an attorney, they just need to talk to one,” Merrill added. Consultations can last up to 30 minutes and people can just drop in on a first come-first served basis.

Merrill has been in private practice since 1992. His specialty is dealing with vehicles and most anything involving them including traffic tickets, DUI, serious vehicle accidents, insurance claims and wrongful death. Merrill operates out of what he calls “the little blue house” at 37th and Colby in Everett. His phone number is 425-259-4972 and his website is RickMerrillAttorney.com. In addition to his legal practice, Merrill has been actively involved in youth activities, 4-H and serves as the chairman of the Evergreen State Fair Advisory Board.

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