About Erin

About Erin Tomlin

Erin Tomlin is a lifelong resident of the Palouse and a Moscow, Idaho attorney focusing on personal injury cases. Born on the prairie in north central Idaho between the South Fork of the Clearwater and the Salmon Rivers, she is proud to have graduated from the University of Idaho on three separate occasions. Erin earned her Bachelor’s degree in 2006. After graduation from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2012 with emphases in Native American Law and Litigation/Appropriate Dispute Resolution, Erin completed her Master’s Degree from the Martin School of Political Science at the University of Idaho, earning her M.P.A. in 2017.

Immediately prior to joining Tim’s practice, Erin was the Prosecuting Attorney for the City of Moscow. She brings her experience with victim advocacy and trial skills to private practice and is committed to helping those injured by the act or negligence of another. In 2015, she attended the Idaho Victim Assistance Academy and was recognized for her participation in the program and awarded the organization’s Student Leadership Award. Erin returned to the University of Idaho in 2016 as an adjunct instructor at the College of Law. In honor of Erin’s commitment to using her voice to help others find theirs, she was awarded the University of Idaho’s 2017 Virginia Wolf Distinguished Service Award.

Erin and her husband Josh, who works for the University of Idaho Foundation, have three sons. Her favorite places are the Idaho rivers she grew up on and New Orleans, Louisiana, where her parents and extended family are from. In the spirit of her Louisiana roots, Erin loves taking on culinary challenges while listening to the blues. True to her Idaho wings, Erin camps and backpacks throughout the region with her family and their Labrador retrievers, Camas and Riggins.

Areas of Practice

Car Accidents
Motorcycle | ATV Accidents
Underinsured Motorist
Uninsured Motorist
Wrongful Death
Pedestrian | Bicycle Injuries
Trucking Accidents
Dog Bites
Slip and Fall—Premises Liability
Injuries from Negligence