Working multiple jobs throughout high school and college, Zack set out to obtain his Bachelor’s as quickly as possible, graduating from Western Kentucky University with a double major in History and Spanish in only two and a half years.
Zack never stops moving, and he tries to do as much as he can as quickly as possible. He’s always seeking to expand his knowledge and gain perspective by setting and reaching new goals. While earning his law degree at Belmont University, Zack clerked at a law firm where he assisted on an unforgettable medical malpractice case. His client had a faulty knee replacement that resulted in life-long pain and additional surgeries.
Even though a favorable verdict was reached, the client and his wife were still in tears because they knew the doctor would never own up to his mistake or apologize.
That day in court, Zack knew he wanted to dedicate his practice to helping personal injury victims. He’d seen first-hand how devastating a serious injury can be on a family – mentally, physically, and financially. Even though some injury victims may sometimes never get to put it all behind them, Zack’s work could help provide them with the stability they needed to move forward with their lives.
The goal is not just to obtain the most money for his clients as possible, but also to be there for people when they are going through the worst times of their lives. Zack is as much a friend to his clients as he is a strong legal advocate for their cases.