Zack says, “I work closely with my clients to develop a trusting relationship and a case plan that best suits their goals. I enjoy helping clients reach equitable results to complex issues while ensuring the client is included and informed throughout the process. Working closely with clients allows me to tailor our plan of action to the individual client’s needs along with providing the flexibility of adapting to changing facts and circumstances.”
Prior to starting law school, Zack interned with a major third-party recovery vendor which provided in-depth understanding of health and property subrogation cases. Then he took his subrogation knowledge up a notch in law school when he started clerking at KCA. He clerked for KCA all three years during law school where he learned subrogation from the best in the business.
In addition to his law school curriculum and clerkship at KCA, Zack demonstrated his legal talents by earning a first runner up ranking for best oral argument and best legal brief in the Ellen A. (Nell) Hennessy Employee Benefits Moot Court Competition at The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. in 2020.
In recognition of Zack’s dedication and talent, KCA invited Zack to join the firm as an associate attorney upon his graduating law school and passing the bar.
Zack's areas of practice
Healthcare subrogation: He represents self-funded and insured ERISA Plans for some of the country’s largest employers, Medicaid managed care organizations, Medicare advantage organizations, and health insurance companies in other party recovery matters. Zack has strong litigation experience with claims arising under ERISA § 502(a)(3).
Property subrogation: He represents insurance companies in subrogation claims through litigation of automobile and real property losses. He has also litigated complex multi-vehicle and trucking damage litigation matters.
Personal injury: Zack also represents victims of personal injury sustained in automobile collisions and due to other aspects of negligence. For example, Zack recently obtained policy-limits settlement for an 89 year old gentleman injured while entering his truck in a parking lot that was struck from behind.