Loren Etengoff Retired
Personal Injury Lawyer
605 E. McLoughlin Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98663
(360) 693 -2919
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Who is Loren Etengoff?
Loren Etengoff is a retired Vancouver based personal injury lawyer who serve Southwest Washington residents for over 30 years. Loren always had a passion for helping people. For the last 30 years his practice has emphasized helping injured people and fighting insurance companies.
Loren grew up on the East Coast, where he graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He attended Gonzaga University School of Law located in Spokane, Washington where he graduated with honors in 1980. While he was attending law school Loren fell in love with the Pacific Northwest, and after graduating, decided to make the Pacific Northwest his home.
In 1982, Loren moved to Vancouver to join the firm of a law school friend. Loren served as a partner in this firm until June 2006 when he opened his own practice.
He maintained a successful solo personal injury practice until he merged with James “Jim” Pak. The firm was subsequently renamed, Etengoff Pak Law Group. He maintained a successful solo personal injury practice until he merged with James “Jim” Pak. The firm was subsequently renamed, Etengoff Pak Law Group.
Loren retired in 2019 after serving the legal community for nearly 40 years. He continues to live in the greater Vancouver area with his wife and is the proud father of 4 children. Loren enjoys motorcycle trips, kayaking, and traveling abroad with his wife. He has been all over the world, and has traveled multiple times to Latin America on relief trips where he has built wells, and other necessities for those in need.
Washington State Association
for Justice Board of Governors
Loren served on the board of Governors for the Washington State Association for Justice from 2003 through 2007. The Washington State Association for Justice is the oldest and largest civil justice advocacy organization in the Pacific Northwest. They work with Washington’s top firms, attorneys, legal professionals and consumer groups to protect the legal rights of wronged consumers, injured citizens, patients, and workers.
Washington State Bar Association
Board of Governors
In September, 2008, Loren was elected to a three-year term, by his peers, as the Governor from the Third Congressional District of The Washington State Bar Association (WSBA). The WSBA is an administrative arm of the Washington State Supreme Court. It administers the admissions; licensing and discipline function for the lawyers in Washington.
In addition, the WSBA provides many services to its 33,800 members. The Board of Governors is the WSBA’s governing body and supervises all WSBA executive functions. Loren served on the WSBA Board of Governors from September, 2008 through September 2011.
Trustee for the Legal Foundation of Washington
Following his 3-year term on the WSBA Board of Governors, Loren devoted himself to his passion for civil legal aid by joining the Board of Directors of Law Fund, which oversees the annual Campaign for Equal Justice and the Board of Directors for the Legal Foundation of Washington, which oversees grant making to the Legal Aid Community. Loren served as a trustee from 2012 through 2015.
President of the Legal foundation of Washington 2014-2015
After serving as a trustee, Loren served as the President of the Legal Foundation of Washington from 2014 through 2015.
Board Member for the Northwest Justice Project
Loren served on the board of the Northwest Justice Project, which is the largest provider of civil legal aid in the state of Washington, through 2020. Northwest Justice Project provides critical civil legal assistance and representation to thousands of low-income people in cases affecting basic human needs such as family safety and security, housing preservation, protection of income, access to health care, education and other basic needs.
Board Member for Campaign for Equal Justice
Loren also served as a board member for The Campaign for Equal Justice. The Campaign for Equal Justice works to raise funds to support legal aid programs in Washington that provide civil legal assistance to low-income families.