Walla Walla, with a population of about 32,000 people, is approximately four hours away by car from Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, and only six miles north of the Oregon border. It’s splendid vistas and downtown give it a strong tourist reputation. Tourists to Walla Walla are often told that it is a "town so nice they named it twice.”
Walla Walla is supported by the wheat harvest, which has been strong for decades. The wine industry has also exploded over the last decade, as L'Ecole 41, Woodward Canyon, Waterbrook Winery and Leonetti Cellar have garnered strong regional and national reputations. Walla Walla is serviced by the Walla Walla Regional Airport, and has primary access to the rest of the region via U.S. Route 12.
Car and truck accidents occur on Walla Walla roads nearly every day. They may happen on State Route 125, State Route 124 or on one of the city’s transit lines. It’s best for injury accident victims to have someone on their side fighting for them.