Lorenz Schuerch

Lorenz Schuerch


Lorenz attended Brigham Young University – Idaho where he studied Psychology and Philosophy. After graduating with honors, he went on to attend the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison, WI. There, he was president of the Business and Tax Law Society and vice president of the Indian Law Society. In law school, Lorenz participated in several legislative clinics where he helped advise state lawmakers and drafted several key pieces of state and local legislation.

Upon graduation, Lorenz was offered a position as associate in house counsel for a multibillion dollar federal contracting corporation where he learned to manage complex contract disputes; litigation matters involving government entities; and contracts involving international export control elements.

Following his experience with a large corporation, Lorenz sought out a more diverse legal practice and was hired as an associate at a small law firm in Pinetop, AZ where he learned how to fight for personal injury clients. After honing his craft for a year, Lorenz opened his own law firm. He focused his practice on seeking justice aggressively for personal injury clients by any means necessary, often opting to litigate cases rather than letting insurance companies pressure his clients into settling for less than they deserved.

After several years as a solo practitioner, Lorenz and his family moved to beautiful Tucson, AZ. There, Lorenz again focused his professional efforts on personal injury law and practiced with a mid-size firm in Tucson until he came to work with Sweet Lawyers where the client always comes first.

Lorenz has a wife and four very active kids. During his free time, Lorenz enjoys watching, playing, and coaching soccer. He enjoys the outdoors, woodworking, and reading poetry. Lorenz is also obsessed with Sonoran food and loves discovering new restaurants.

Lorenz is licensed to practice in Arizona and Wisconsin.

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