Paul C. Galm, Attorney Profile
For 15 years as a Beaverton personal injury attorney, Paul Galm has represented clients throughout the state of Oregon (Beaverton, Portland, Hillsboro, and beyond) with both compassion and dogged determination. Paul attributes his personable approach as the main reason his clients remain clients for life – in fact most of Paul’s cases come from referrals. He takes pride in his clients’ support and respect more than any other accolade. Paul even keeps a shelf in his office with the many “Thank You” cards he has received from clients over the years. When you hire Paul, you get experienced, aggressive and empathetic representation. As a result, Paul has won millions of dollars for his clients.
UC Berkeley 1996
NYU School of Law 2000
Paul graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors from the University of California, Berkeley in 1996. Thereafter, Paul graduated in 2000 from New York University, School of Law: one of the top five law schools in the country.
15 Years in Business
Initially, Paul worked at Perkins Coie LLP, a large multi-national firm, but soon decided to take a job as a Deputy District Attorney in Portland. It is there where Paul sharpened his trial skills, and handled numerous jury trials. Now Paul does what he loves most, which is representing individual victims and injured folks navigate personal injury litigation. Paul is also very active in trial lawyer organizations, including the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association and American Association for Justice.
96% of Cases Won
A large part of what Paul does and enjoys is pro bono work for persons who do not have the financial means to get legal help. This includes representing battered women in contested stalking cases or helping crime victims navigate the criminal legal system as they face the very person who attacked or assaulted them.
5 is the Number
Paul is married to his wife Stacey and has three girls – Amalia, Ella and Ruby – who he tries to spend every free minute with when he can. Paul also enjoys running, tennis, basketball and coaching his girls’ soccer team.