Addison joined Ladenburg Law in May 2021 and has been in the personal injury law field for about five years.
He was drawn into personal injury law because he recognized the opportunity to help victims transform a negative experience into a positive one. Additionally, he wants to see those who have been exploited or marginalized access the justice they deserve.
Addison recognizes that each case is different and brings its own set of unique challenges – challenges that victims should not have to experience on their own. He finds walking with victims each step of the way through their claim’s resolution an incredibly rewarding experience. It also brings him a greater sense of community.
Speaking of community, Addison has given back in a couple of ways. When his baseball career ended after college, he was a volunteer assistant varsity baseball coach at Curtis High School for four years. He has also had the privilege of volunteering for Young Life Capernaum, a program for teenagers and young adults with disabilities.
Addison and his wife Angela have two boys, Harvard and Benson, and live in Puyallup. When he’s not working, Addison enjoys spending time with his friends and family and golfing.