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Meet Attorney Timothy Grabe

Attorney Timothy GrabeRepresenting Portland's Injured Since 1983

A native Oregonian, Timothy Grabe received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon in 1977. In his 20's, he worked blue-collar jobs, including logging, driving a farm combine, and heavy lifting in a freeze-dried food factory. These experiences help him identify with clients who work with their hands, particularly those hurt on the job.

Get to know Timothy Grabe by reading our attorney Q&A!

Law School & Early Career

Tim attended law school at Lewis & Clark in Portland, where he had the honor of helping edit the Law Review. He graduated in 1982 and worked in criminal defense at a downtown firm. He then spent several years representing large insurance companies. After some time, however, he found his heart was more in helping injured people.

Memberships & Affiliations

Tim gives back to his profession in many ways. Since the early '90s, he's served on various state bar committees, including the Uniform Civil Jury Instruction Committee, the Procedure and Practice Committee, and Client Security Fund, which regulate the practice of law in Oregon. Throughout his career, he's regularly published chapters and articles about trial practice in books.

Oregon State Bar Certificate of AppreciationSince 1995, Timothy Grabe has been a member of the Oregon Trial Lawyer's Association, where he's served on the Publications Committee. In a field associated with pit bulls promising quick paydays, Tim stands in stark contrast. He immediately strikes one as thoughtful and mature.

Handing Cases With Commitment & Respect

When negotiating settlements, Tim believes it's important to treat those on the other side, including insurance adjusters and opposing attorneys, as colleagues, deserving of respect. When he takes a case to trial, however, Attorney Grabe devotes himself 100% to winning.

Recent Articles by Tim Grabe

For a look back at how WWII impacted Oregon’s legal field, including how the state treated Japanese-Americans, see Tim's article.

  • Beware the Abyss (The article originally appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of Trial Lawyer Magazine).

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