Experienced – Reputable – Successful
At Powers Farley, in Boise, you will find the counsel to safeguard your best interests. The attorneys who compose the firm have more than 100 years of combined experience in litigation and appellate law. Attorneys Ray Powers and Don Farley have practiced for decades, achieving great success with jury verdicts in complex civil litigation.
In an insurance dispute, it is imperative to resolve the problem as swiftly and cost-efficiently as possible. Only with experienced, assertive counsel can you rest assured that you have the strongest possible advocates on your side.
Meet the firm’s full attorney roster:
- Ray Powers
- Don Farley
- Jim Thomson
- Portia Rauer
- Mark Orler
- John Howell
- Dustin Charters
- Matt Liebertz
- Michael O. DeLeon Guerrero
They serve clients in a variety of complex litigation and appellate matters, including:
- Medical malpractice defense
- Commercial business transactions
- Real estate
- Probate, estates and trust-related matters
- Personal injury defense
- Civil litigation for complex matters
- Insurance defense
Under their teamwork, Powers Farley has earned a widespread reputation for delivering favorable outcomes. Contact the firm to discuss your case.
Cutting-Edge Technology And Techniques
As litigators, the firm’s attorneys have appeared in state and federal courts throughout Idaho, Washington, and Alaska. They stay abreast of new technological developments so they can use cutting-edge technology to assist their clients. Powers Farley also has been at the forefront of utilizing remote technology to best assist clients and practice law in a cost-effective and safe manner during an ongoing Pandemic. As a result, Powers Farley is capable of handling litigation for insurance providers, medical practitioners and facilities, and other clients across a spectrum of industries and across the Pacific Northwest.
Their in-depth experience in trial law has also given them valuable insight into alternative dispute resolution and when to settle a case. They know to look carefully at the cost-benefit ratio of each case. Often, they can use their negotiation tactics to reach positive settlements out of court.