Growing up as the youngest of four kids, Menzer learned the importance of compassion early on. By the time he entered the U.C. Berkeley School of Law, these character traits were deeply embedded in his personality – and later formed the foundation for Menzer Law, a successful legal practice dedicated to representing those in Washington and Hawaii harmed by medical malpractice or a serious personal injury.
The story illustrates, in part, how Menzer grew his legal practice on a simple yet powerful belief: Deep legal experience and expertise produce the best possible results when paired with individual quality care. His mission, to be a powerful voice for the seriously injured, is at the heart of everything we do.
Jessica Pearson, a former resident of Yakima County, is one client who benefited from Menzer’s specialized brand of legal representation. She joined client Patty Ackley in providing a detailed account of her experience.
“Matt is an incredible attorney and an even better person,” said Pearson. “He is someone I could trust, and I have had trust issues in the past. He did everything he promised he would do and more. He and his staff have just been wonderful to us.”
Client Patty Ackley shared a similar experience. She met Menzer in 2016 after her husband was diagnosed with lung cancer and has felt like a part of the team – and Menzer Law family – ever since. “We immediately meshed,” said Ackley. “Matt’s been like a brother to me. He is a most amazing man – and attorney.”
While emphasizing Menzer’s specialized approach for representing those harmed by medical malpractice and serious personal injuries, the story also highlights his involvement with the Seattle Outrigger Canoe Club, a large “ohana” of paddlers that trains year-round on Lake Washington, as well the notable role he played on the defense team in one California’s most riveting and lengthy criminal cases – while still enrolled in law school.
You can learn more about the case, read the complete client testimonials, and view the feature article in its entirety, by clicking here.
Note: Paradigm magazine is published by the International Society of Primerus Law Firms, a limited membership of top-rated, independent law firms. Its 200 member firms are in more than 40 countries; Menzer Law is the only personal injury firm in Washington state invited to join the prestigious society.