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Scott F. Lundberg


Seattle Office
2601 4th Ave., Suite 6
Seattle, WA 98121



Scott F. Lundberg is a Shareholder at GLP Attorneys who primarily works out of the firm’s Seattle office, but frequently travels throughout Washington State to assist the firm’s other eight offices.

Professional Overview

Scott is a Washington native, and earned his undergraduate degree in business from the University of Washington in 1983, and his law degree from Seattle University Law School in 1986. Immediately thereafter, Scott and his classmate Brian J. Peschel, founded Lundberg & Peschel, a personal injury law firm based in the Pioneer Square neighborhood in Seattle. They grew their practice and built a reputation for hard work, commitment, compassion, creativity and collaboration.

The original firm that Scott and Brian started 35 years ago has grown to become GLP Attorneys, Washington’s largest personal injury law firm, with 30 attorneys in offices in Seattle, Tacoma, Burlington, Spokane, Port Orchard, Vancouver, Wenatchee, Bellingham and the Tri-Cities. The firm’s 35 years of experience is solely devoted to handling plaintiff’s personal injury matters, including automobile collisions, product liability claims, premise liability actions, construction accidents, wrongful death, nursing home abuse/neglect cases, maritime injury 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 also served as a primary tutor in the State of Washington’s Admission to Practice Rule Law Clerk Program successfully tutoring, mentoring, teaching and coaching law clerk Heather Webb (now a shareholder at GLP Attorneys) on all relevant subjects of law required for admission into Washington’s bar.

Honors include a confidential AV-Preeminent rating (1999 to present), by members of the Bar and Judiciary 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 as a Washington “Super Lawyer” for 2007, and 2015 – 2023. In 2010 he was also named by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine as a Top Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Lawyer. Listen to a podcast interview Scott conducted in December 2020 with KUOW Seattle’s Transom Traveling Workshop where he discusses his battle against cancer while training and competing in an Ironman marathon. 

Awards & Recognition

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  • Recognized as a Super Lawyer by Washington Super Lawyers, 2007;  2015 – 2023
  • Highest rating by - 10.0
  • Top Rated Lawyer in Insurance Law, American Lawyer Media; Martindale-Hubbell, 2013
  • AV-Preeminent Lawyer Rating, 1999 – Present
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum, 2001 – Present
  • Top Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Lawyer, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, 2010
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers Association, 2013
  • University of Puget Sound School of Law, J.D., 1986
  • University of Washington, B.A., Business Administration; Emphasis in Finance & Marketing, 1983
  • Washington State Bar, 1986
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Washington, 1986 
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, 1989
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, 2010
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, 2013
  • Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, 2008 – Present
  • Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, 2002 – Present
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum, 2001 – Present
  • American Association for Justice, 1987 – Present
  • Washington State Association for Justice, Eagle Member, 1987 – Present

Scott is an avid marathoner and has completed marathons in Oregon, California, Texas, Illinois, Maryland, Arizona, British Columbia and Quebec. Since recovering from Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Scott has also become an endurance athlete, competing in and completing over a dozen half Ironmans (70.3 miles) and five full Inronmans (140.6 miles). His current passion is cycling, having participated in and completed one of the world’s highest and toughest seven-day climbing cycling events: Haute Route Dolomites (2017), Haute Route Pyrennes (2018) and Haute Route Alpes (2019). 

To learn more about Scott, check out his 2020 interview for the KUOW podcast “Seattle’s Transom Traveling Workshop”, where he discusses his battle against cancer while training and competing in an Ironman marathon.

Successful Cases

$7 Million

$7 million policy limit settlement against a property owner, plus an undisclosed seven figure amount from additional defendants, for a playground incident that left a young girl permanently brain damaged.

$5 Million

$5 million recovery for the wife and children of an employee who died after falling down a belt manlift shaft at the Avis parking garage in Seattle.

$3.5 Million

$3.5 million settlement for a 97-year-old man who was neglected in a nursing home such that his genitalia fell off due to untreated penile cancer. 

$3 Million

Judgments exceeding $3 million to the husband and estate of a deceased wife/mother who was killed by a fleeing felon.

$1.3 Million

$1.3 million recovery for a woman who was badly injured when the small plane she was in crashed due to faulty mechanical work.

$1.25 Million

$1.25 million policy limits settlement for a woman who fractured her leg in a head on collision.

$1.25 Million

$1.25 million settlement for a 26 year old woman who was hit while riding her bicycle, sustaining an ankle fracture.

$1.1 Million

$1.1 million recovery for a Pepsi delivery driver who sustained serious and permanent injuries as a result of a head on automobile collision.

$1.1 Million

$1.1 million for a woman who suffered multiple leg fractures in a car accident.

$1 Million

$1 million policy limits settlement for a truck passenger whose arm got crushed when the driver took a turn too fast, rolling the truck over onto the passenger side.

$1 Million

$1 million policy limits settlement for the wrongful death of a 38-year-old man who had a wife and seven children.


$887,000 for a man who was killed when investigating a leak in a large underground water pipe.


$887,000 recovery to the estate of an 84 year old retired mother and grandmother who was killed when a car she was riding in was negligently struck on the right rear passenger side door.


$783,000 verdict for a woman who was skiing when she was crashed into by a ski instructor, causing severe knee injuries.

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