Seattle

Keesal, Young & Logan opened its Seattle office in April 1994.  Practice areas include maritime, employment, securities, banking, professional liability, insurance defense, insurance coverage, and commercial matters.  The office is located in the downtown commercial district (31st floor of the Rainer Square Tower) within minutes of the federal and state courthouses, major cultural, shopping and sports venues, and the waterfront.

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Seattle, Washington, is one of the nation’s most vibrant and rapidly-growing commercial centers.  The city lies at the heart of the Pacific Northwest and has a diversified and growing number of corporate interests. Various major aerospace, computer technology, financial services, biotechnology, manufacturing and transportation companies have their headquarters in the Seattle area.  Together they make for a strong regional economy.

Major corporations based in the Seattle area include Amazon.com, Boeing, Microsoft, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Weyerhaeuser, Costco, Safeco, Symetra, Alaska Airlines, Holland America Line and Nintendo. As a major regional center, Seattle offers attractions and activities for all interests and ages.

Seattle boasts a thriving arts community with numerous galleries, theatres, museums, and bookstores.  The Seattle Center is the city’s cultural heart and is home to the Opera House, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and several theatre companies, which offer performances throughout the year.  The Seattle Symphony’s brand new Benaroya Hall is located downtown, close to the major hotels and upscale restaurants.  Museums range from the Center for Wooden Boats and the Museum of Flight, to several highly regarded art museums, including the Frye Art Museum, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.

Among the more popular urban attractions are the Seattle Center, Space Needle, Pike Place Public Market, Pacific Science Center, Woodland Park Zoo, Pioneer Square, International District, and local wineries and breweries.  For those more interested in outdoor activities, there are literally thousands of hiking trails, waterways, and miles of shoreline, all within a short drive from downtown Seattle.  From the temperate rainforest on the Olympic Peninsula west of Seattle, to the Cascade Mountain Range to the east, and to majestic Mt. Rainier and volcanic Mt. St. Helens to the south, the greater Seattle area is a nature lover’s paradise known for its natural beauty and scenic attractions.

Keesal, Young & Logan
1301 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3100
Seattle, Washington 98101
Phone: (206) 622-3790 | Fax: (206) 343-9529
Directions

To help you obtain addresses, phone numbers and more information about the many sites and activities in Seattle, listed below are various websites that will help guide you to, in, and around Seattle, from your arrival at Sea-Tac International Airport, to your hotel downtown, and throughout your stay in the Emerald City.

Pike Place Market
Chateau Ste Michelle Winery
Columbia Winery
Redhook Ale Brewery
Port of Seattle
University of Washington
Fodor’s Travel
The Seattle Times
Seattle Weekly
Seattle Aquarium
Seattle.com