About The Firm

Who We Are And How We Can Help

Gig Harbor Law is an integral part of the Pierce County community in Washington state. Our primary focus is accessibility and responsiveness to our clients as we resolve their legal issues involving personal injury and other legal matters. We bring to our personal injury side of the practice the same level of quality representation demanded and expected of us by our business and real estate clients.

Our attorneys, Lambros Politis and Nathan Sukhia, have the legal knowledge to examine the details of your case and develop a strong strategic plan. Together with our team of legal professionals, we can help you resolve your case with the best possible results.

Simple Advice About Your Legal Matter

Our ability to connect with people and help them understand the intricacies of their cases is one of our strengths. You may feel insecure and anxious about your case before you walk into our office, but we will talk you through your options, respond to your questions with clear advice and give you confidence in the decisions you make. We remain accessible to you every step of the way.

Explaining complicated legal processes is a critical part of the lawyer-client relationship. We will help you understand exactly what you are risking and advise you on how you can come out the other side of your case with a successful conclusion.

Legal Advice You Can Count On

Here at Gig Harbor Law, we take the time to learn and understand the specific circumstances surrounding your case. Giving blanket advice won’t cut it. As a client, you are our top priority. That’s why it’s important to us that we remain accessible and responsive to you as we develop a customized strategy to meet your goals. Call 253-509-0625 or, if you prefer to reach out online, you can send us a message.

Managing Attorney

Lambros Politis

Gig Harbor Law managing attorney Lambros Politis holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Washington. He received his Juris Doctor from the Seattle University School of Law, where he graduated cum laude.

After completing his education, Lambros worked as an attorney advocating for distressed homeowners and other consumers struggling under heavy debt loads. Utilizing his gifts of empathy and clarity and drawing on his years of experience, he assisted homeowners in making informed decisions regarding their mortgage and personal debt.

After five years owning and operating one of Washington’s most successful foreclosure defense firms, Lambros shifted his focus toward commercial real estate and business brokerage. His unique perspectives and experiences in this area make him a valuable resource to anyone looking to reposition themselves in relation to their business.

At Gig Harbor Law, Lambros represents clients in a range of practice areas, including real estate, business, estate planning, probate, and personal injury.


Nathan Sukhia

Nathan obtained his B.A. from Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia and his J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law. While in law school, he clerked for the Honorable Federal District Court Judge James Jarvis as well as for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Tennessee and rounded out his law school time working at the Plaintiff’s firm Butler Vines & Babb in Knoxville, Tennessee.

While in undergraduate school and law school, Nathan served as a staff Sergeant in the Tennessee Air National Guard 134th security forces squadron out of McGhee Tyson air base in Knoxville Tennessee. Nathan’s Guard Unit received the Tennessee National Guard Distinguished Unit Accommodation Ribbon.

Upon graduation, he and his wife Noel moved to Tacoma, where he worked first for a land use and commercial real estate development firm and then for six years with the real estate litigation and transaction firm McFerran, Burns & Stovall. Nathan was selected to Super Lawyers by his peers in 2005 and 2015, named as a Washington State Rising Star in the area of real estate.

Nathan’s practice areas at Gig Harbor Law include real estate and construction, personal injury and accidents, estate planning/probate, and business/collection.

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