The law firm
of Lachenmeier Enloe Rall & Heinson was founded in 1980 as a
civil litigation firm.
The majority of the firmís practice is devoted to
insurance and other casualty work.
The founding partners (Rudy Lachenmeier and Jay
Enloe) have concentrated in this practice area from the
mid-70s to the present time.
Marty Rall has focused in this practice area his
entire career as well, except when he was employed as a
Washington County Deputy District Attorney for two years
at the very beginning of his practice.
The firm is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
The firm takes great pride in aggressively yet
fairly handling civil claims of any sort.
Over the years, this has included claims involving
auto accidents, premises liability, general liability
under commercial policies, coverage litigation,
environmental liability, land use, products liability,
clergy malpractice, asbestos, governmental body liability,
timber trespass; construction litigation and arbitration
of all types including EIFS claims; discrimination claims
of many kinds; landlord/tenant claims and a variety of
personal injury and wrongful death claims in a myriad of
The firm recognizes that while it is never
possible, with absolute certainty, to predict the outcome
of litigation before the jury returns its verdict, careful
attention to the facts and law of any given case should
result in forecasting probable verdict ranges most of the
assist the evaluation process, the firm tracks jury
verdicts in the three metropolitan area counties, and has
created a comprehensive database against which the facts
of any pending injury case can be compared.
That database is made available to clients without
It is the firmís goal to assist in the resolution
of cases for their likely jury value, and to do so fairly,
equitably and economically.
Opportunities to bring about such a resolution
short of the trial are actively sought out.
If resolution of the case for its fair value is not
possible short of trial, then success at trial is pursued
with full vigor. The
firm is rich in experience, employing attorneys with
diverse and complimentary backgrounds and experiences, all
of whom are easily accessible to clients, by phone, fax,
email or personal contact.
Through extensive use of technology, including a state of
the art document management system and excellent staff
support, the firm is capable of efficiently handling
large, complex, and document heavy cases.
The firm makes use of its experienced legal
assistants to both expedite the litigation process and to
help resolve the case as economically as possible.
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