Larry A. Lehmbecker, Esq.
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 of assistance to rebuild their lives, Larry changed his practice to a Bellevue injury law firm in 1990 and has focused in this area of law ever since.
Larry has progressive values and a desire to ensure his firm does its part to promote diversity and social equity. Lehmbecker Law is a leader in Washington State, equally serving all members of the diverse community. Six members of our firm are bilingual in Spanish.
Larry is a 24-year Eagle member of the Washington State Association for Justice the oldest and largest civil justice advocacy organization in the Pacific Northwest.
Larry also owns Vin du Lac Winery in Chelan, WA.
Thomas Moore, Esq.
Tom has a rich career as a litigator. Most recently he handled personal injury and automotive defense matters related to motor vehicle accidents and premises liability at a law firm in Seattle. Prior to moving to Washington, Tom was a trial attorney for the Ada County Public Defender’s Office in Boise, Idaho. Tom oversaw cases from inception to trial, and he served as lead counsel on over a dozen jury trials. Additionally, Tom has served as the staff attorney to the Utah Governor’s Office. There, Tom worked closely with the Division of Criminal & Juvenile Justice on judicial nominations and legislative policy. He also personally advised the governor, his cabinet, and his staff on matters of complex legislation, litigation and employment issues.
Tom has an undergraduate degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston and a law degree from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.
Thomas is licensed to practice in Idaho, Utah, and Washington State.
Elizabeth LePley, Esq.
Elizabeth LePley has extensive law background and experience in Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury and ERISA. During the past 10 years Elizabeth has successfully handled hundreds of cases. A strong advocate for the injured, she works closely with her clients to adjust the balance of power in the legal system and make sure their voices are heard.
In addition to her ongoing legal work, Elizabeth is actively involved with the Washington State Association of Justice and has been on the Board of Governors since 2009. She has sat on the Legislative Steering Committee since 2008. She is the current Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Committee and works with the Department of Labor and Industries. She has also served as Co-Chair the Women of WSAJ section, also known as WOW.
Eizabeth has an undergraduate degree from Western Washington University and law degree from Seattle University School of Law.
Erica Khaine, Esq.
Erica handles our Workers’ Compensation claims during the pre-litigation stage.
During law school, Erica interned at plaintiff side law firms, ranging from personal injury to employment law. She also volunteered at legal clinics, providing free legal resources to the Seattle community. In 2019, she externed with Judge Leach in the Washington State Court of Appeals Division 1, learning how legal decisions are made from inside the judge’s chambers.
Currently, Erica is an Eagle member of WSAJ and sits on the diversity committee, aiming to increase representation among plaintiff side litigators. She is also a member of the Asian Bar Association of Washington.
Erica has an undergraduate degree from the University of California, Irvine and a law degree from Seattle University School of Law.