Attorney, Licensed in Michigan and Illinois
Nate graduated from the University of Michigan and Chicago-Kent College of Law. While in law school, Nate interned with the United States Attorney’s Office and the Office of the Federal Defender. In 2017, he graduated from the Trial Lawyers College, a prestigious trial program taught by several of the nation’s top trial attorneys.
In 2018, the National Trial Lawyers Association named Nate one of its Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Michigan. In 2022 and 2023, Nate was named a “Michigan Super Lawyer,” a distinction held by only 5 percent of lawyers in Michigan.
Nate is on the Berrien County Bar Association Executive Committee, where he serves as Vice President.
Nate practices personal injury law because, according to him, it is a battle for the value of human life and human dignity. He explains this statement this way. Insurance companies have every advantage. They have the money, the time, and the workforce. They have the capacity to enhance others’ lives, but that’s not how they choose to use their resources. Instead, they use them to minimize peoples’ value as human beings; to make them feel like they don’t matter.
Nate’s response to this is simple, “People deserve better.” He believes his clients matter, their families matter, and their stories matter, and he will work tirelessly to see them valued. If you want a lawyer who cares deeply about his clients and will fight to see you valued, call Nate. He’ll fight for you.
Outside of work, Nate enjoys spending time with his family. Nate is married and has three children.
State Bar of Michigan
- A Post-Pandemic Return to Live Continuing Legal Education
- Changes to Family-Provided Attendant Care Under the Michigan No-Fault Act
Western Michigan Chapter of the Federal Bar Association
- Pro Bono Prisoner Litigation – Bench Bar Conference
Berrien County Bar Association
- Remote Depositions – Pandemic Lesson Learned