Scott founded the law firm of Lundberg & Peschel, P.S., Inc. with his partner, Brian Peschel, in 1986. The firm has grown over the past 30 years in to GLP Attorneys, one of Washington’s premier personal injury law firms. The firm's practice is devoted solely devoted to handling plaintiff's personal injury matters, including automobile accidents, product liability claims, premise liability actions, construction accidents, wrongful death, nursing home abuse/neglect cases, maritime injury claims and aviation accidents.
Since 1994, Scott has been periodically appointed as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Washington, representing Labor & Industries and workers who have been injured by the fault of entities other than their employer. He has served as a primary tutor in the State of Washington's Admission to Practice Rule Law Clerk Program successfully tutoring, mentoring, teaching and coaching a law clerk on all relevant subjects of law required for admission into Washington State's bar.
Honors include an AV-Preeminent rating (1999-Present), by peers through the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory Association, for his legal ability and adherence to professional standards of ethics. Scott is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an organization that recognizes attorneys who have successfully resolved claims of their clients for one million dollars or more. Scott has been honored by Washington Law & Politics as a Washington "Super Lawyer" for 2007, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 as well as received recognition in 2010 by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine as a Top Plaintiff's Personal Injury Lawyer.
Scott enjoys running, having completed marathons in Oregon, California, Texas, Illinois, Maryland and Arizona, as well as skiing, hiking, biking, boating and flying.
Representative Graham Lundberg Peschel Published Court Decisions:
Davis v. Baugh Industrial Contractors, 159 wn. 2d 413, 150 P. 3d 545 (2007).
Mr. Lundberg was lead trial counsel where a personal representative of a decedent’s estate filed a negligence suit against a general contractor. The Washington Supreme Court abandoned the completion and acceptance doctrine because it was outmoded, incorrect and harmful.
Hamm v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, 151 wn. 2d 303, 88 P. 3d 395 (2004).
A finding against an insured was improper where, in order to take a personal injury protection reimbursement, the insurer was required to pay a pro rata share of the legal expenses incurred by the insured to arbitrate the uninsured motorist claim.
Sundquist v. Bre Properties, Inc., United States District Court for the Western District of Washington Case No. C11-0209-JCC
A landowner has an affirmative duty to maintain common areas in a reasonably safe condition. The duty extends to the removal of snow and ice and is based upon the tenant’s expectation that the premises have been made safe for the tenant’s use. The Court held a Plaintiff may prevail on her negligence claim by showing either actual or constructive notice of the unsafe condition or that the unsafe condition was reasonably foreseeable.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2019|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2018|
|Top 100 Attorneys Lifetime Achievement Award||America's Top 100 Attorneys||2018|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2017|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2016|
|Washington Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2015|
|‘2013 Top Rated Lawyer in ‘Insurance Law’||American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell||2013|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2012|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2011|
|Top Lawyer||Seattle Metropolitan Magazine||2010|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2010|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2009|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2008|
|Superlawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2007|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2007|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2006|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2005|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2004|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2003|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2002|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2001|
|Partner||GLP Attorneys, P.S., Inc.||1998 - Present|
|Partner||Lundberg & Peschel||1986 - 1997|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington||Member||2013 - Present|
|Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association||Member||2008 - Present|
|Trial Lawyers for Public Justice||Member||2002 - Present|
|Million Dollar Advocates Forum||Member||2001 - Present|
|Washington State Association for Justice||Eagle Member||1987 - Present|
|American Association for Justice||Member||1987 - Present|
|Washington State Association for Justice||Finding seven-figure coverage in the “no-coverage” case||2014|
|Washington Athletic Club (WAC) Magazine||The Survivors' Club: Finding strength and community through cancer||2014|
|Washington State Association for Justice||Age Doesn't Matter: the Vulnerable Adult Statute in Practice||2011|
|University of Puget Sound School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1986|
|University of Washington||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1983|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||Full Treatment, Full Payment, Full Recovery||2014|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||What is Payment in Full and How Do You Get It||2014|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||Medical Liens and Your Practice: Getting Paid on 3rd Party Claims||2013|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||PIP Strategies and Solutions||2013|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||Most Outrageous Insurance Tactics||2013|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||Medical Records Compliance and Documentation||2013|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||Hot Topics from Your Personal Injury Practice||2011|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||PIP issues||2010|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series||Medical liens||2010|
|Bradley v. Sunhealthcare Group||$3.5 million settlement|
|L.M. v. Vail Resorts||$783,000 verdict|
|Estate of M.H. v. McKay||$887,000 recovery|
|Estate of A.D. v. Baugh Industrial Contractors||$887,000|
|Aidruss v. AMG Express||$1 million policy limits settlement|