Calbom & Schwab, P.S.C

Calbom & Schwab, P.S.C

Serving Washington State Communities For Over 50 Years. Focused on providing experienced legal representation in matters of workers' compensation, personal injury and Social Security from ten Washington State offices.

Firm Overview

The attorneys of Calbom & Schwab, P.S.C. are dedicated to two core principles:

- Providing experienced and reliable representation for the injured of Washington State.
- Being an ethical and dependable member of our communities.

Established in 1954, with a principal office now in Moses Lake, we operate offices in Richland/Tri-Cities, East Wenatchee, Yakima, Walla Walla, Seattle, Brewster, Ellensburg, Spokane, and Portland/Vancouver. We are proud to have the opportunity to protect the rights and futures of our injured neighbors, protecting their rights every step of the way and helping them to rebuild their lives.

We accept cases on a contingent fee basis, which means you only pay when we
Main Office

Main Office
1240 S. Pioneer Way
Moses Lake  WA  98837

Phone
  • (509) 765-1851
Fax

Office Information

Office Hours

9 A.M. - Noon, 1 P.M. - 5 P.M.

Languages Spoken

English - Spanish

Other Offices

  • Richland/Tri-Cities - 1.509.736.0866
    2001 North Columbia Center Boulevard
    Richland,  WA  99352
  • East Wenatchee - 1.509.888.5677
    616 Valley Mall Pkwy #A
    East Wenatchee,  WA  98802
  • Seattle - 1.800.497.1755
    1700 7th Avenue, Suite 2100
    Seattle,  WA  98101
  • Ellensburg - 1.509.962.6080
    1206 North Dolarway, Suite 218
    Ellensburg,  WA  98926
  • Walla Walla - 1.509.522.4911
    38 E Main, Suite 209
    Walla Walla,  WA  99362

G. Joe Schwab

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