the personal injury attorneys at Telaré Law.

We have a fiery passion for the preparation, the fight and the justice that comes with going to trial. Each personal injury case offers a challenge, but each challenge is one we know we will summon and conquer. Our clients have been harmed, we determine the losses and seize the risk it takes to receive true, maximum compensation. We aren’t afraid to admit we’re about winning, even if that means other lawyers hate us. But we promise you’ll be pleased with the results.


Andrea Clare, Personal Injury Attorney

Andrea is a native to the Tri-Cities community. She attended Gonzaga Law School and returned home to begin her legal career and raise a family. She has always been particularly drawn to the courtroom. Her extensive litigation experience and trial work in a variety of practice areas began in 2007. Andrea’s aggressive litigation style resulted in her admission to the Eastern and Western District of Washington federal court, Eastern and Western District of Washington bankruptcy court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Washington Supreme Court and Division I, II, and III of the Washington Court of Appeals.

Andrea’s practice quickly gravitated toward representing injured people. Namely, her desire to be in the courtroom, helping people, and passion for justice made this a naturally great fit. Indeed her significant success is a result of doing what she loves for ‘work’.

When she is not at the office or tending to her three young kids Andrea enjoys the outdoors, cooking, reading, and traveling.

“When my client retains me to pursue a claim or file a lawsuit, it usually represents reliving the most traumatic years of their life, consideration of their family’s future, and possibly even the ability to make a living. It is my business to completely understand and fight hard to protect those things.”


George Telquist, Personal Injury Attorney

George has a litigation and trial practice that focuses mostly on large tort claims, car accidents, medical malpractice claims and other types of claims where people have been injured at the hands of another.

George has litigated cases at all levels, from arbitration and jury trials to arguments before the Washington State Supreme Court. His State Supreme Court experience includes significantly changing law in granting minors access to courts for injuries suffered at the hands of health care providers. George has handled cases in several counties in and throughout the State of Washington.

As a trial lawyer, George has obtained great success. This includes being awarded millions of dollars from juries during his career, as well as collecting tens of millions of dollars in settlements for injured people from insurance carriers.

A graduate of Washington State University and Gonzaga School of Law, George is both an active attorney and also enjoys the great outdoors and activities with his children.

Very Professional — 5.0 Stars

George Telquist was the most aggressive and hardworking lawyers I’ve ever met. I would highly recommend him or else I wouldn’t be writing this email.

– Lllammma, December 10, 2018


Scott Vermeer, Associate Attorney

Scott Vermeer is an associate attorney whose practice focuses primarily on civil litigation and personal injury, however, Scott also has experience with criminal defense at both the misdemeanor and felony levels.

Scott attended law school at St. Louis University School of Law. During law school Scott served as the president of the student Veterans’ Advocacy organization and worked as a Rule 13 certified clerk for Catholic Charities’ Veterans Advocacy Program where he provided pro bono legal services to the indigent veteran community in the greater St. Louis area. Scott graduated with concentrations in Health Care Law and in International and Comparative Law and has been inducted as a member of the National Veterans Honor Society.

Prior to law school Scott obtained his national Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license and served as a medic with a U.S. Air Force Reserve medical staging unit. During law school Scott cross-trained to specialize in aeromedical evacuations (in-flight medicine) and joint service patient movement logistics. Scott has since moved from the reserves to the Washington Air National Guard where he presently serves as the Non-Commissioned Officer In-Charge of the laboratory for the 141st Medical Group at Fairchild Air Force Base. Scott has received the Aerial Achievement Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, and Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal in recognition of his service to the United States and to his local community.