Corbin O. Earl
Corbin Owen Earl was born and raised in Moses Lake. Corbin grew up around a family full of lawyers and has spent significant time learning from all of them. Corbin graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. He then had his first year of law school at University of Idaho and then transferred to University of Utah where he graduated. Corbin is licensed to practice law in the State of Washington and Utah. Most of Corbin's experience is in Personal Injury, such as representing clients after a car accident, truck accident, or other motor vehicle accident. Corbin also advocates for the rights of those who have been discriminated or retaliated against for their gender, religion, race, age and other protected classes.
Corbin is happy to be back in Moses Lake, serving the community that has been so special to him. He knows that the people of Moses Lake desire to know their lawyer, to feel comfortable, and to get from their lawyer that extra time and attention that makes them feel like they aren't just another client or another case.
When Corbin is not in the office or at the courthouse, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, playing on the lake, participating in and supporting the community, and traveling.
In July of 2020, Corbin successfully argued in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals a retaliation case under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and Washington Law Against Discirmination.