Since graduating from the University of Pittsburgh Law School in 1983, Jeff Twersky set out to become a trial lawyer, and now has l more than three decades of experience in the courtroom. He stopped counting years ago after trying more than 100 civil jury trials.
Jeff began practicing law at the largest law firm in New Mexico, mostly representing corporations and the State of New Mexico in business disputes and civil rights law suits. He then moved to California, where he practiced with several small Law Firms, mostly litigating business disputes between corporations as well as personal injury cases. After successfully representing an insurance company client against another insurance company in a multimillion dollar contract claim, his client hired Jeff to review its claim manual and create an in house legal department. The President of that insurance company called Jeff “our plaintiff’s attorney.”
Jeff and his family moved to Washington in 1996. He joined and eventually took over managing a small Law Firm in Snohomish County, representing some of the largest insurance companies in the country. In 2010, Jeff changed his practice when he joined The Kadish Twersky Law Firm and now only represents injured people. As a personal injury attorney in Everett, WA, Jeff uses the insight he gained from working with insurance companies. His goal is to help people who have been injured or killed in collisions and by the negligence of others to recover the proper damages for their injuries.
Jeff is married to a wonderful woman who “keeps him grounded.” Together, they have a daughter who is currently going to college, and of whom he is extremely proud. Jeff has been on the board of several arts organizations.
- University of Pittsburgh Law School, 1983
- New Mexico State Bar Membership, 1983
- California State Bar Membership, 1988
- Washington State Bar Membership, 1996
- WSAJ Eagle, 2010-present
- Kirkland Performance Center Board of Directors, until-2012
- President of Board, KirklandPerformance Center, 2011-2012
Jeff Twersky is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court, Districts of New Mexico, Southern District of California, Central District of California and Western District of Washington, as well as the United States Court of Appeals, 10th District.