After graduating from Law School in 1986, I had a great grounding in legal theory. I knew how to do legal research and how to frame and argue a legal issue. However, I didn’t know much about the practical and human side of practicing law.
Larry Lehmbecker, Attorney
Once I began representing clients, I really started to learn how to be the fierce advocate and compassionate counselor that my clients needed me to be.
As I learned these truths, I began structuring my practice and training my staff to make sure we always provide clients what they need. At Lehmbecker Law firm we have a team approach, and a big focus on customer service, so there is always someone available to talk to about your injury case.
We also practice active listening, meaning that our staff is trained to give clients an opportunity to express every concern and feeling they have about their case. Our case plans set forth the paths we will take for successful outcomes. After 32 years, I know that clients appreciate our service, our compassion, and our drive to win.