Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO Rebecca Martin (fourth from left) joins Larry Lehmbecker (center), City Council members and the business community to welcome Lehmbecker Law Firm to Federal Way during a ribbon-cutting event Jan. 23. Photo courtesy of LaRaye Rushing/Federal Way Chamber

Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO Rebecca Martin (fourth from left) joins Larry Lehmbecker (center), City Council members and the business community to welcome Lehmbecker Law Firm to Federal Way during a ribbon-cutting event Jan. 23. Photo courtesy of LaRaye Rushing/Federal Way Chamber

Chamber welcomes new Lehmbecker Law Firm to Federal Way

Lehmbecker Law firm focuses on advocacy for all types of personal injury cases.

Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO joined Federal Way Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, council member Linda Kochmar and the business community to welcome Lehmbecker Law Firm to Federal Way on Jan. 23.

Dozens gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new firm, located at 1066 S. 320th St., Building K in Suite F.

Owner and managing attorney Larry Lehmbecker grew up in Renton and opened his law practice in Bellevue in 1986. The new law office in Federal Way is their first “branch” office, according to the chamber.

Lehmbecker Law firm focuses on advocacy for all types of personal injury cases, which most commonly consist of auto accident, slip and falls and medical negligence cases. They also help people who have been injured while “on-the-job” with their Department of L&I claims when benefits are being denied.

For more information, call 425-455-3186 or visit https://lehmlaw.com.


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