Over two decades ago, Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel (EPIC) was founded on a passion for people, justice, and professionalism. Today, EPIC continues that rich history in its new office space in the century-old Bowes Building in downtown Tacoma. Walking down the street to the office, old Tacoma touches greet you as you reach the entrance — cast-iron street lamps, hand-carved sandstone corbels, and dozens of meticulously cut window panels. Once inside, the warmth of the floors and furnishings plays off of the traditional white walls and ceilings of buildings of that era. The building offers plenty of working space for employees, historical photos from the South Sound, and a comfortable environment for clients, complete with snacks, drinks, and a compassionate legal team.
At the entrance, you are met with tall ceilings and the warmth of the wood floors.
Injury law is the bones of the operation.
Walls are filled with art and photography from local artists and old Tacoma archives.
No more hunger pangs with popcorn available right around the corner.
All desks and tables were sourced from an area mill and handmade by local woodworker Patrick LaMear.
A vintage personalized mailbox for each staff member.
Tons of windows let natural light spill in on the century-old Bowes Building, which is a Historical Monument.