Bruce Skaug welcomes another experienced attorney

Bruce Skaug welcomes another experienced attorney.

Bruce Skaug (R) announced the addition of attorney Matthew R. Harrison to Skaug Law. The law firm  helps injury victims and people who have lost a loved one through wrongful death to win the maximum for their injuries and losses.

Injury attorney Bruce Skaug Law announced the addition of attorney Matthew R. Harrison to the Skaug Law Firm. A native of Salt Lake City, Harrison is a 1991 graduate from the University of Idaho College of Law and has lived in Idaho for the last 27 years. 

“I’m excited about Matt’s qualifications.” said Bruce Skaug, managing attorney for the firm. “Experience is really important to us, but I’m also excited because Matt fits into our firm’s culture as friendly attorneys with winning attitudes.”

Legal Experience

Over the course of his career, Matt has focused on civil litigation from both the plaintiff and defense standpoints, with a special emphasis on insurance coverage disputes and claims. Matt’s practice has included general negligence matters, automobile negligence, wrongful death, premises liability and bad faith claims. 

He has also served the Idaho State Board of Medicine as panel chairman for medical negligence pre-litigation screening matters. 

“It’s great to be able to assist injury victims through a law firm that has helped thousands of clients to win the maximum.” said Matt. “I’m able to apply my experience gained through the years of helping injured people and families in a wide variety of injury claims.”

Community Service

Matt has held various service and leadership roles in both civic and community service organizations throughout the Treasure Valley including Law Day with the Idaho State Bar, Rake Up Boise, Paint the Town, Rake Up Meridian, The Boy Scouts of America, the YMCA, Brown Mackie College Program Advisory Committee and Meridian Youth Baseball. 

Matt and his wife JoAnn have two children, and when time permits, are active with fly fishing, backpacking. biking and skiing. 

Located in a historic Treasure Valley, plantation-style home, Skaug Law has seven attorneys and many more support staff to serve injury victims throughout Idaho and eastern Oregon.

“Friendly attorney with a winning attitude–” Matthew R. Harrison has joined Skaug Law.