Aaron devotes his practice to helping injured people and their families with their personal injury or wrongful death claims. During his career, he has successfully represented hundreds of victims in their claims against insurance companies or wrongdoers. Putting his clients first, Aaron believes his representation should provide his clients with three primary benefits: 1) navigating the complicated and confusing world of insurance claims on their behalf; 2) placing his clients in the best possible position to focus on recovering from their physical, mental, and emotional injuries; and 3) maximizing the compensation they obtain from the wrongdoer or their insurance company.
Before rejoining the Rosenbaum Law Group as an attorney, Aaron worked for six years as a paralegal at our firm. During this time he observed and recognized the powerful role lawyers can play in obtaining justice for people whose lives are turned upside down because of another person's negligence. He attended the Willamette University College of Law with the goal of becoming a lawyer who helps people, not corporations like insurance companies. At Willamette, he served as the Editor in Chief of the Willamette Law Review and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Because of the above, Aaron possesses a unique blend of legal, practical, and administrative experience that enables him to effectively represent his clients in their battle with insurance companies.
Outside the office, Aaron enjoys spending time with his family; reading; cooking; playing futsal and soccer; riding his bike and hiking; and rooting for the Timbers, Arsenal Football Club, and Denver Broncos. RCTID.
- Colorado State University, BA, 2003
- Willamette University College of Law, JD, 2014
Areas of Practice
- Car crashes
- Trucking crashes
- Motorcycle crashes
- Bicycle crashes
- Pedestrian injuries
- Wrongful death claims
- Diminished value claims
- Workplace injuries
- Civil litigation
Call: (503) 288-8000 x113
- Member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
- Member of the Multnomah Bar Association
- Member of the Gus J. Solomon Inn of Court
- Why ORS 20.080 is Critical for Oregon Plaintiffs, The Multnomah Lawyer, February 2019 issue
- 10 Lessons From My First Closing Argument, Trial Lawyer, OTLA, Winter 2020 issue
- OTLA Motor Vehicle Collision Section Co-Chair (2016-19)
- Willamette University College of Law Portland Alumni Network Co-Chair