Gleed, Washington Workers' Compensation Lawyers
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Edward Le has litigated, tried, and settled personal injury cases for over 20 years, recovering over 30 millions for his clients. He is Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Civil Trial Law, a distinction at the national level for attorneys who have tried numerous cases within a practice area and whose skills is recognized by peers and judges [Washington State does not recognize legal specialties]. There are currently less than 6 lawyers in Washington who have achieved Board Certification. He is also AV rated, the highest distinction given to an attorney by other lawyers...
James W. Armstrong, Jr. Attorney at Law ? James W. Armstrong, Jr., began his legal career in 2000 after graduating from Seattle University School of Law. Mr. Armstrong opened his law offices in Kent, Washington, in May of 2006 after being in practice for over six years. Armstrong Law Offices is a Professional Service Corporation that specializes in Workers' Compensation, Social Security and Personal Injury.
With a double concentration in marketing, and communication and media methods from Gonzaga University, Rich went on to get his Juris Doctor, also from Gonzaga, in 2010. A member of the Spokane County and Washington State Bar Associations, as well as the SCBA Solo and Small Practitioners Section, Rich is active in the Spokane Community After helping lower income families with pro-bono representation at the Federal Tax Clinic at Gonzaga, Rich spent two years with the law firm of Stiley & Cikutovich before deciding to partner up with Chris Carlisle, realizing that the Spokane market was underserved by attorneys...
(509) 228-7011 1020 N. Washington
Spokane, WA 99201
Spokane, WA 99201
Firm founder Larry Lehmbecker was raised in Renton, Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1983 and University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco in 1986. Upon graduation, Larry decided he wanted to serve the people with whom he grew up. He moved back to the Seattle area and opened a general law practice providing legal services such as family law, estate planning, small business consulting, personal injury and workers’ compensation. However, he soon learned that the work he found most compelling was representing people who were injured in accidents. Often in desperate need...