Paul H. Kruegerp
Paul Krueger received his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1980. He has a Bacheor of Arts from Montana State University.
From 1992 to 2006, Paul was an attorney at Gatti, Gatti, Maier, Krueger, Sayer & Associates. Prior to that, Paul served as trial counsel for various liability insurance carriers. In addition, he has served as lecturer for the Oregon State Bar, professional groups, liability insurance companies, and casualty adjusters associations regarding various topics involved with general negligence litigation and professional malpractice work.
Paul is admitted to the Oregon State Bar, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and the Marion County Bar Association, and he is licensed and admitted to practice in all Oregon state courts, U.S. District Court, and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was also admitted to the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel and the National Defense Research Institute.
Paul’s practice is now devoted exclusively to representing victims of personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, and medical malpractice. From beginning to end, Paul works toward settlement, mediation, arbitration, and trial if necessary, to ensure that his clients get what they deserve.
Jason J. Jorgensonj
Joining Paul Krueger Law Firm in January 2009, Jason focuses his practice in the areas of personal injury, premises liability and products liability. Prior to joining Paul Krueger Law Firm, Jason worked in one of the leading defense firms in Portland where he primarily defended insurance companies. This experience gives Jason an extensive understanding of how insurance companies handle claims and what motivates them to resolve cases favorably for his clients.
Jason is admitted to practice law in the State of Oregon and federal court. He is a member of the Multnomah Bar Association, American Bar Association, and Oregon Trial Lawyers Association.
Jason writes about emerging trends and significant cases in the practice areas of Paul Krueger Law Firm on the Oregon Personal Injury