Jack Follis

Jack has been a shareholder with Anderson Hunter since 1995. He specializes in tort litigation, primarily injury and employment cases representing individuals, businesses, municipalities and insurance companies As a trial lawyer Jack has litigated hundreds of cases from inception through arbitration or trial in State and Federal Court. Jack is one of the very few attorneys that has tried cases in three different states, Washington, New York and Connecticut. He is also one of the few attorneys that regularly represents both injured persons and insurance companies in injury cases. This experience provides a unique perspective with respect to injury litigation.

Jack has been selected as a “Super Lawyer” by Washington Law & Politics Magazine on multiple occasions. He is also an affiliated neutral with Washington Arbitration and Mediation Services (WAMS) the Northwest’s premier network of highly trained and skilled dispute resolution professionals. To schedule a mediation with Jack please contact WAMS directly at 206-467-0793

Jack is a former president of the Snohomish County Bar Association. He has been a volunteer for Snohomish County legal services. Jack was a board member for Snohomish County Big Brothers and was a big brother himself. For years Jack coached the Jackson high school mock trial team. He is a frequent guest lecturer at law schools on the subject of mediation and arbitration. When not practicing law, Jack is an avid tennis player, obtaining the #1 ranking in the Pacific Northwest for senior tennis players on multiple occasions. Jack, his wife Laura and two sons are longtime residents of Snohomish County. As a family they enjoy hiking with their dog.

Areas of Practice:

  • Tort Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Employment Law

Professional and Community Activities:

  • Member of Washington State Bar Association
  • Member of Snohomish County Bar Association
  • Member of Washington State Trial Lawyers
  • Past Trustee of Snohomish County Bar Association
  • Past Board Member for Snohomish County Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Volunteer Attorney for Housing Justice


  • 1985—University of Bridgeport, JD
  • 1982—Iona College, BA (English) with Honors
Legal Assistant:

Kim Rooney