Joy Greenberg has been a valued member of our law firm since 2003. Joy is our Senior Case Manager and Office Administrator and she oversees that our cases are being managed efficiently.
Joy began her legal career more than 30 years ago, first working for a general practitioner. Joy has more than 20 years’ of legal experience in personal injury and she holds a law degree. After graduating from Law School in 1994, she chose to stay home to raise her three young children. Joy moved her family to the Pacific Northwest in 2001, and she returned to work in the legal field.
Joy takes pleasure in her work because she is able to help clients at a time when they might feel that their lives have been turned upside down. She understands that our clients may be dealing with pain and discomfort from injuries as well as feeling overwhelmed with having to deal with medical bills and pressure from insurance companies. She truly enjoys the satisfaction when she helps to put a client’s mind at ease and has made their life a little easier.
In her free time, Joy loves spending time with her children, traveling, tending her to her garden, watching action/crime and courtroom dramas with her husband and she especially enjoys football season and rooting for the 49ers. Joy has two black cats and her Pomeranian, “Romeo”. Joy is active in the local community and she volunteers with organizations, including Meals on Wheels and Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program. She is on the Board of SW Washington Society of Human Resource Management and she is a Planning Commissioner in her hometown.
Zoey Etengoff is a Lhasa Apso who Loren and his family adopted from Clark County Humane Society when she was a puppy. Zoey is always happy and energetic and everyone enjoys having her around the office. She steps in to oversee that everything is running smoothly and she helps manage the office and maintain positive office morale.
Greg Price is a Vancouver based personal injury attorney who has litigated personal injury claims in Oregon and Washington for nearly 30 years. The first 11 years of his practice, Greg represented insurance companies in the defense of a variety of personal injury lawsuits. Realizing his passion was helping people, not corporations, Greg has exclusively represented injured individuals in their fight for fair compensation against those same insurance companies he previously represented.
In 2012, Greg became Of Counsel with the Etengoff Pak Law Group, assisting with the firm’s litigated cases in Oregon and Washington.
As past President of the Clark County Bar Association, Greg has been on the Board of Governors for the Washington State Association for Justice (formerly Washington State Trial Lawyers Association) since 2007 and was appointed as the Treasurer of WSAJ in 2014. Greg has given presentations to WSAJ’s Continuing Legal Education programs on such diverse issues as police pursuit cases and the specific legal requirements necessary for resolving the personal injury claims of minor children. He is a member of the Multnomah County Bar Association, the Clark County Bar Association, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association for Justice. He has been admitted in all Federal Courts in the States of Oregon and Washington for more than 25 years.
Greg resides in Ridgefield, Washington and his community activities include serving as the Safety Officer and on the Board of Directors for Ridgefield Little League. In 2012, he received the Washington Association of School Administrators’ Community Leadership Award in connection with his role on a bond leadership team that was successful in passing a $47 Million facility improvement bond for the Ridgefield School District. It was the first bond for significant facility improvements passed in that school district in nearly a generation. However, Greg’s greatest enjoyment from his volunteer work has been coaching baseball, basketball, and football at the youth level. Greg is an avid sports fan. He enjoys skiing, boating, biking, and other outdoor activities with his family.
Lynne Gray is our Litigation Paralegal and the newest member of our team. Lynne takes over when the case begins litigation. Her job is to ensure that all the different moving parts run smoothly by ensuring all the pleadings are correct and she organizes, indexes, and keeps track of the discovery process. Lynne makes sure every detail needed for a successful case is covered and she sees the matter all the way through trial. Lynne also provides support to the pre-litigation process by verifying medical bill balances and preparing settlement documents.
Lynne brings with her over 35 years of experience. She holds an AA in legal studies from Endicott College and recently received her certificate in paralegal studies from Boston University.
Lynne enjoys her work because there is something always new and different. She particularly enjoys assisting our clients while working diligently to support their best interests through the litigation process.
Lynne is originally from Boston, MA. She moved west to be closer to her two grandbabies, who are 3 and 4. She very much enjoys the Pacific Northwest and spends her time gardening, cooking, spending time with her grandbabies, her dogs, and exercising.
Alina Chenko has extensive experience in the legal field with her most recent position being a family law legal assistant prior to joining the firm. Alina assists with the pre-litigation phase of the cases. She communicates with the insurance company adjusters to confirm that medical expenses and wage loss claims are being processed timely; she monitors client treatment status; facilitates obtaining final medical records and bills, and preparing the summary of medical expenses as the case moves into the settlement phase.
Born in Belarus, Alina moved to Vancouver, WA in 1998. She is fluent in English and Russian. Alina received her AA in Business Administration from Clark College in 2011.
Outside of the office, she spends quality time with her family and ends the day by a fire under the stars. She is passionate about baking and spends most of her weekends testing out new recipes. She also loves to travel and explore new places.
Lupe Hennessey has lived most of her life in different parts of Western Washington with a brief two-year stay in Fairbanks, Alaska. She graduated from LaCenter High School and completed the paralegal/legal assistant program at Western Business College. She has worked in the legal field for over 16 years. Before starting her career in the legal field, she worked at Burgerville for 8 years and still enjoys eating there.
She has two daughters, ages 12 and 8, a cat, and two goldfish. She enjoys spending time with her kids at their various activities, such as soccer and ballet. They also enjoy watching movies and reading books together. She also likes hiking and loves living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest where there are many opportunities to explore nature. She even loves all the rain we get here. She is a Washington girl through and through. Go Seahawks!
Renae Endres is new to the legal field and is she is truly enjoying this new career path. She has prior experience working as an administrative assistant, as well as working with children who have Behavioral Disorders and Autism. In her free time, Renae and her family enjoy year-round sports. She is usually either at the soccer field watching her daughter play soccer or watching her son play football, baseball or basketball. When she has some free time, she spends time with her family visiting their favorite places, Montana and Black Butte Ranch. She also enjoys hiking, watching sports on TV and going to waterparks.