Ben Compton is an attorney at Vreeland Law practicing in the areas of personal injury, employment, discrimination, sexual misconduct, business torts, and appeals. He has an infectious enthusiasm and deep commitment to securing justice for injured persons.
Before joining Vreeland Law, Ben served as an attorney at Eymann Allison Hunter Jones P.S., in Spokane where he represented plaintiffs with serious injury claims, wrongful death, catastrophic property losses, and medical negligence.
Prior to practicing law, Ben served as a judicial clerk to Justice Debra L. Stephens of the Washington State Supreme Court during the Fall Term 2011. He also served as an Extern law clerk during the Fall Term 2010. While in law school, he worked as an Extern law clerk to Commissioner Monica Wasson of the Washington State Court of Appeals. Ben graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law where he received several awards for excellence and graduated with honors.
Ben is a member of the Washington State Association for Justice, Washington Employment Lawyers Association, King County Bar Association and the Washington State Bar Association.
In his free time, Ben enjoys playing guitar, dabbling in the culinary arts and exploring his new home in western Washington.