What are the limitations and practical roles of Artificial Intelligence in the field of law?

April 6, 2024

From a legal perspective, determining what is right and just inherently involves emotional intelligence. Removing human emotional intelligence from the equation can result in outcomes that are cold, unjust, and incorrect. Although artificial intelligence can offer valuable technological assistance, it’s important to proceed with caution. We must ensure that the emotional intelligence derived from human…

Wisdom or Folly | Should Lawyers Represent Themselves in Court?

April 6, 2024

The old adage, “A lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client” captures the essence of why we think attorneys shouldn’t represent themselves. The clear and universally agreed-upon answer is a resounding “No.” At LGP Law, we believe it’s essential that you are represented by someone who’s detached from the emotional impact of…

Chaos v. Shalom | How Lawyers Can Bring Clients Real Peace & Healing

April 6, 2024

No one wants to view chaos as possessing authority, yet it’s undeniable how much chaos can dominate someone’s life. Living in the midst of chaos feels akin to being manipulated like puppets on a string. Thus, the opposite of chaos is ‘Shalom’ – or the peace of God – is about dismantling the authority tied…

3 Rules for Law & Political Activism | A Riveting Journey from Yakima to Capitol Hill

March 29, 2024

Previously, on “Homegrown in the Heart,” we spoke with my daughter, Maddie. Today, we’re featuring my son, Jack Pickett. We’ll be talking about his fascinating journey from Yakima, to law school, and Capitol Hill’s arena of political activism. Jack’s story is a great example of the power of ambition and an observation of the core…

Cultivating Law & Service | 3 Wise Tips for New Yakima Lawyers

January 25, 2024

Welcome to our latest post from Homegrown in the Heart! Today, I’m talking with Paul Larson, one of our three main partners here at LGP Law. Paul will be offering us some valuable insight into his personal and professional development as a lawyer in the Yakima Valley – a community that cultivates not just world…

Leaving Yakima for College | A 2023 Pickett Family Reflection

December 23, 2023

Welcome! This is the first post in our series “Homegrown in the Heart,” which aims to connect people from the heart of Washington who have been impacted by being born and raised here in the Yakima area. I’m Bill Pickett with LGP Law, and joining me today is my daughter, Maddie. She’s home from university…

Seeking Justice and Healing: Handling a Dog Mauling Case Resulting in Facial Disfigurement

June 3, 2023

Sensitive care is needed when a dog mauling incident causes facial disfigurement in a child

Trusted Personal Injury Team Assisting Clients

June 3, 2023

A compassionate and skilled legal team by your side can make all the difference.

Celebrating One Year of Excellence: Larson Griffee Pickett Committed to Client Success

June 1, 2023

The one-year anniversary of Larson Griffee Pickett is a milestone that allows us to reflect on our accomplishments and express gratitude to our clients for their trust and support. With a team of experienced staff and attorneys focusing on personal injury, real estate, estate planning, and business matters, we are committed to delivering exceptional legal services and achieving optimal results for our clients. As we move forward, we remain steadfast in our pursuit of justice, excellence, and unwavering client advocacy. Thank you for your support!

Understanding the Risks of Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists: Protecting Yourself on the Road

May 31, 2023

Understanding the Risks of Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists: Protecting Yourself on the RoadEvery time we get behind the wheel, we face a certain degree of risk on the road. Accidents can happen to anyone, regardless of how cautious we are as drivers. While most motorists understand the importance of having auto insurance, it is a…