All of our Attorneys and staff are deeply rooted in the Inland Northwest.
Our motto is,” A firm deeply rooted in history with a vision for the future.” Our firm has its roots back to the 1930’s when Fred Campbell and Floyd Underwood joined forces. We have a long history of assisting farmers, ranchers, agricultural, commercial and professional businesses, municipal and public utilities.
What began as an operation in the county seat for Lincoln County has expanded into the county seats of Whitman and Adams counties as well as other locations throughout the area. We pride ourselves on our history and our association with attorneys such as Milt Sackmann of Ritzville, Laurence Libsack of Odessa and Don Sheahan of Rosalia. We continue to strive to follow their lead when it comes to putting our client’s needs first and foremost.
Our attorney’s reflect various backgrounds. We are always looking for attorneys and staff that can provide a transition from generation to generation for our clients so they will feel like the values derived from the 1930’s will continue on past the 2030’s. While some rural practitioners are looking forward to retirement we are looking to the future with the hiring in the last five years of two young attorneys, John Kragt from Ritzville and Matthew Johnson from Colfax.
Our practice areas have remained similar to what we started with in the 1930’s and have expanded into current areas such as wind energy, water law, and elder law just to name a few.
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