As a personal injury attorney at DiPasquale Moore, Zach Enterline is genuinely passionate about advocating for those injured by negligence. He is honored to be entrusted with telling his clients’ stories at all phases of litigation, from building cases to asserting them in court and settlement negotiations.
Zach grew up doing theater, which has given him a real talent for putting on a show and telling a story. In his work as a lawyer, he uses this unique skill set to make sure his clients are heard. He spends time with each client to get a full understanding of their story—he takes care to go beyond the basic details of the case to find out how the accident has affected the client’s personal, family, and work lives. He is known for his patience and accessibility, as well as for his willingness to fight tirelessly for his clients.
In his over 6 years of legal practice, Zach has won numerous six-figure verdicts and settlements. He has conducted jury trials and dozens of bench trials. Just some of his past work includes second chair positions in two six-figure jury trials, one of which concerned race discrimination. In another case, he discovered a legal argument that proved integral—and that led to the client receiving more money.
Raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Zach knew he wanted to pursue a legal career early on and, thus, joined his high school’s mock trial team. This passion followed him to college at Oklahoma State University, where he was part of the student mentor program and a pre-law club. He also served as one of the student panelists on the University Judicial Committee, the body in charge of handling the responsibility and punishment phase of student misconduct matters.
Once he started law school at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, he joined another mock trial team that he stuck with for the entire three years. He had the great privilege to travel across the country and bring home a victory in the 1L mock trial competition.
In between his studies and mock trial competitions, Zach was invited to take part in the Mastery of Clinical Advocacy program at UMKC, a program in which three law students were chosen to work on real cases under a professor’s supervision. What’s more, he interned at the public defender’s office, where he had the opportunity to argue motions and attend probation violation hearings.
When Zach is not advocating for his clients, he enjoys reading, playing golf, watching Oklahoma State and Chiefs football, cheering on the Kansas City Royals, playing the guitar and drums, and spending time with family. Not to mention, he loves all things outdoors—especially bird hunting.
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