The law office of Evans Garrey PLLC has opened offices in Phoenix and Flagstaff.

“It was a natural progression for us to open offices in Phoenix and Flagstaff,” said Erin Evans, co-founder and partner. “Reid (Garrey) lives in Phoenix and I live in Flagstaff, so we decided to expand our practice in order to provide quality legal services to our local communities.”

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Previously, Erin Evans and Reid Garrey were partners at the Scottsdale based law firm Garrey, Woner, Hoffmaster & Peshek, P.C. that Reid founded over 30 years ago.  While there, they practiced plaintiffs’ personal injury and insurance defense. They gained a wealth of experience handling serious injury cases, many of which went to trial. In June 2021, Reid and Erin decided to branch off to focus on personal injury and wrongful death. The new practice is a boutique law firm that will focus on matters involving wrongful death law as well as catastrophic personal injury, specific to plaintiffs.

“We are passionate about representing our clients with integrity and we rely on our diverse backgrounds as well as our years of experience in the industry,” said Reid “Our motto is ‘when experience and reputation matter’ and we believe that it always matters. Each one of our clients deserves our very best and we will fight to make sure that happens each and every day.”

Erin served as the president of the Coconino County Bar Association. She is also an active member of several committees and task forces of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (“TIPS”) of the American Bar Association (ABA), including the Outreach to Young Lawyers Committee, Litigation Committee, Solo and Small Firm Task Force and Women Trial Lawyer’s Committee. In 2011, Erin was honored as one of the Top 50 Pro Bono Attorneys in Arizona. “I strive to make Arizona’s community a better place for every individual that needs legal help,” said Erin.

Reid has over 35 years experience practicing law. He is a Board-Certified Specialist in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death. He also served on the State Bar Advisory Commission for Personal Injury and Wrongful Death for eight years and was the Co-Chairman of that Commission for five years. He was also inducted in the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2004 and recently completed serving as the State Chair for the Arizona Chapter of the College. The American College of Trial Lawyer is an invitation only organization limited to the top 1% of trial lawyers in the country. Reid has been AV rated for 25 years. Reid is also a member of  the American Board of Trial Advocates.

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