Paul Chemnick has retired from the practice of law after representing clients with medical negligence claims for over 35 years. He has lectured at legal seminars, and served as a Vice President, and on the Board of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association. He has been recognized by his peers as a "Super Lawyer" for over 10 years. Paul was valedictorian of his class at George Washington University, served as an editor of the Law Review and received his law degree with honors from GW.
He treasured the opportunity to represent clients whose lives were seriously altered as a result of medical negligence, and to help bring about just and meaningful recoveries. He also valued his relationships with members of both the plaintiff and defense bars, and the claims representatives for the insurance companies for the health care providers. He believes it is in everyone's interest to fairly and efficiently evaluate and present claims, and to strive to reach amicable resolutions without the huge cost, delay, stress and risk of trial. For that reason, he appreciates the fact that he continues to serve as a mediator, and has been able to help many parties resolve complex medical negligence cases.