Locations We Serve

While the majority of our cases come from clients in Kitsap and Pierce Counties, it is not uncommon to travel to neighboring counties. Some of the counties we serve are listed below. If you have an issue outside of our geographical area, we may still be able to help. Ryan is also available to do a document and evidence review of your case for a second opinion. The fee for this service depends on the complexity of your case. Call us for more details.

Kitsap County

Kitsap County is the 7th largest county in Washington (by population). The largest cities in this county are Bremerton, Bainbridge Island, Port Orchard and Silverdale. There are also many small towns and well-established “neighborhoods” that are all included within Kitsap County, such as: Seabeck, Keyport, Hansville, Southworth, Indianola, Tracyton, and Ollala. The law enforcement agencies within the county are:

  • Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office
  • Bainbridge Island Police Department
  • Bremerton Police Department
  • Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal
  • Port Orchard Police Department
  • Poulsbo Police Department
  • Suquamish Tribal Police Department

Within Kitsap County are also areas of Federal land including the Puget Sound Naval Ship Yard and bases such as Keyport and Bangor. Further north, is also the Suquamish Tribal Court. The Witt Law Group serves all of these areas and is very experienced in handling unique situations that arise from being an active military member or an employee of the shipyard where special security clearance is required.

Pierce County

Pierce County is the 2nd largest county in the state. It has over 800,000 residents and includes many large cities. With the large size and population, it is not surprising that there were more than 13,000 collisions. (Washington State Annual Collision Report 2015)  Some of the cities within Pierce County are Auburn, Bonney Lake, Buckley, Carbonado, DuPont, Eastonville, Edgewood, Fife, Fircrest, Gig Harbor, Lakewood, Milton, Orting, Pacific, Puyallup, Roy, Ruston, Steilacoom, Sumner, Tacoma, University Place, Wilkeson, and South Prairie. 

Due to its large area and population, there are unique legal needs depending on where you live in this county. Frequently, we have clients who are serving in the military at Fort Lewis and they will be concerned about their security clearance or freedom to travel. Others cross the Tacoma Narrows Bridge for employment and a license suspension for a DUI could be devastating on their ability to work. At the Witt Law Group, we consider where you live and how an accident or criminal charge will impact your life, employment, and long term goals.

Thurston County

Thurston County is the 7th smallest county in Washington yet is 6th most populated. While a rather small county, Thurston has had its share of driving accidents. Over the last 10 years, more than 200 people lost their lives on Thurston County roads. During the same time, more than 600 people had serious injuries. According to the 2015 Washington State Annual Collision Summary, there were 4,467 collisions in Thurston County. The enforcement agencies within Thurston County are:

  • Thurston County SO
  • Evergreen State College PD
  • Lacey PD
  • Nisqually Tribal PD
  • Olympia Police Department
  • Rainer PD
  • Tenino PD
  • Tumwater PD, and Yelm PD

The larger cities within Thurston County are Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, Yelm, Tenino, and Rainer. We look forward to serving the residents of Thurston County and are happy to travel to you or work with you via Skype or phone.

Mason County

Mason County is a fairly rural area in western Washington with a population of approximately 60,000 people. The county seat is Shelton. The District Court is also located in Shelton. The economy in this area is predominantly based on farming, logging and oyster cultivation. However, it is also fondly known as the “Christmas Tree Capital.” This rural area also includes portions of the Olympic National Forest. The larger towns in this country are Allyn-Grapeview, Belfair, Hoodsport, Kimilche, Skokomish, and Union. Smaller areas or neighborhoods are Eldon, Harstine Island, Tahuye, Potlatch, Lilliwaup, and Lake Cushman. There were approximately 860 collisions in 2015 according to the Washington State Annual Collision Survey. Additionally, according to Shelton Police Department and the Mason County Sheriff’s office, there were approximately 65 DUIs in the same year.

Clallam County

Port Angeles is the county seat and largest city in Clallam County. Sequim and Forks are the other two incorporated cities. While the economy in this county was previously rooted in timber and agriculture, composite manufacturing for aerospace and marine industries have experienced tremendous growth. Despite the economic growth, the area is still growing more slowly than most areas of the state. As far as collisions in this area, there were 824 according to the 2015 Washington State Annual Collision Survey. In the same year, there were a combined 116 DUIs reported by Clallam Sheriff’s Office, Port Angeles Police Department and the Sequim Police Department.

Clark County

Clark County is located in southwest Washington and is the 5th most populous county in the state. There are approximately 450,000 residents. The county seat is located in the City of Vancouver, which is the 4th largest city in Washington. The other cities within Clark County are Camas, Washougal, Battle Ground, La Center, Ridgefield, Woodland, and Yacolt. During the reporting period of 2015, there were a combined 567 DUI arrests reported by Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Battle Ground PD, Camas PD, Vancouver PD, and Washougal PD. In 2015, there were approximately 5000 collisions reported in this county. The Witt Law Group is ready to assist any auto accident victims with resolving their case. We travel to this area and can also Skype, if you prefer.