Kelso, WA near Mount St. Helens, also known as "Little Chicago" for its many beautiful pubs and taverns, is part of Longview metropolitan in state of Washington. Kelso is known for its eight city parks for bicycle and multi-purpose use and many trail paths. The largest parks is Tam o'Shanter Park, a multi-use park along the Coweeman River and is very popular with locals as well as tourists.
Kelso, WA, located on Interstate highway 5, is at the juction of the merging of the Cowlitz, Coweeman and Columbia Rivers. Kelso is about 50 miles north of Portland, Oregon and about 120 miles south of Seattle. Kelso is a city in southwest Washington State and is the county seat of Cowlitz County, with a population of about 12,000 people. Kelso shares its long western border with Longview, Washington
Kelso, WA and and Longview, WA are the home of the Cowlitz Black Bears baseball team. The Black Bears play in the West Coast League, an independent summer baseball league with teams from Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia. The team plays at David Story Field on the Lower Columbia College campus.
Mr. James Sellers is an Accident Attorney representing Kelso WA and the rest of beautiful state of Washington, and has practiced personal injury law, representing victims of injury accidents for over forty years and recovered millions of dollars for individuals and families who have been victims of negligence, reckless driving in truck accidents and/or drunk driving.
If you need an accident attorney in Kelso Washington, you can hardly find anyone as experienced and knowledgeable as Mr. James Sellers. If you've been in a motor vehicle accident and you are uncertain what you next step should be to file a claim for damages, please fill out our free case consultation or call us to speak with Mr. Sellers for an informal discussion regarding your options. This consultation is free of any charges and there is no obligation to hire us. We just think we can help illustrate your options so you can plan decisively and exacute your claim in order to recover compensation as quickly as possible without receiving a low offer for settlement.