About Attorney Travis Eller
Mr. Eller grew up back east. After scoring a 96 percentile on the Law School Admissions Test he was offered a law school scholarship. In law school he clerked for various firms, writing a successful appellate brief. He served on the Moot Court Board and was recognized for Oustanding Appellate Advocacy.
Travis Scott Eller has handled personal injury cases for more than twenty years. He worked as an associate for volume personal injury firms before starting his own law office. The National Institute for Trial Advocacy awarded Travis Eller the “Advocate” designation and he is rated “Superb” by independent attorney rating services.
Mr. Eller lives in King County, Washington with his wife. When his two (now adult) sons were growing up he managed their scholastic chess club for two years, and–not knowing nearly enough about baseball to coach it–acted as essentially a gopher for their little league teams.
Formerly active in Toastmasters and Rotary, he gave up these fine endeavors in part to invest more precious spare time towards finishing the great American novel.
Some friends accuse him of being a “health nut.” Travis gets plenty of exercise and engages in meditation and yoga. He follows a healthy diet and his doctor’s orders.
In his spare time Mr. Eller enjoys golf, basketball, reading history, and writing fiction.