Personal Injury Attorney Zach Herschensohn earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Washington University in 1997. After graduation, Zach enrolled in law school at St. John's University in New York City, where he was a member of moot court and named a finalist in the James F. Niehoff trial competition. After earning his J.D., Zach relocated back to his hometown of Seattle and began working for the firm of Levinson Friedman.
Since then, Zach also has worked as an associate for the Law Offices of Gregory F. Logue as well as the national law firm of Brayton Purcell. At the latter, Zach litigated on behalf of injured workers and others exposed to asbestos. In 2008, Zach expanded his practice to include maritime injury claims. He has always worked for injured plaintiffs and has extensive experience in all areas of personal injury and product liability litigation.
Zach has successfully litigated numerous cases from initial complaint to judgment?see results of recent settlements here. Through his efforts, Zach has helped individuals who were injured in automobile collisions as well as those who were injured through the use of faulty products and corporate negligence. His passion for helping injured plaintiffs has helped guarantee fair compensation for his clients. Zach Herschensohn is dedicated to providing personalized representation to injured individuals and their families. He maintains this pledge: 'As your personal injury lawyer, I aggressively support your right to fair compensation. I'm not afraid of a fight.'
St. John's University School of Law, Jamaica, NY: JD, 2002
Finalist James F. Niehoff Trial Competition: 2001
Member of Moot Court team
Western Washington University, Bellingham, Wash.: BA, 1997
Major: Communication Theory
Minor: Environmental Science
State of Washington, 2003
Admitted to Practice Federal Court in the Western District of Washington
Member, Public Justice
Member, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association
Board Member and Pro-Bono Volunteer, King County Bar Association Neighborhood Legal Clinic (2003-2004)