It takes mere moments for an accident to drastically alter your life.

One minute you’re making a routine Saturday morning grocery run, looking forward to your son’s soccer game that afternoon. The next, you’re suffering neck and back injuries that make it difficult to care for your household and impossible to attend work. Suddenly, you’re facing mounting medical bills, frustration, and shame over your diminishing quality of life. You feel hopeless and distressed. You don’t know what you’re entitled to or what to do in the aftermath of your catastrophic accident. Meanwhile, things just keep getting worse.

This is precisely why Greg Zeuthen became a personal injury attorney. His mission is to help injured people who have been forced into tragic circumstances where they cannot help themselves. He serves as your legal advocate to shoulder the burdens of seeking justice and recovering the compensation you deserve for the damage that has been done to you.

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Helping victims and their families

For over thirty years, Greg Zeuthen has helped victims and their families who have suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of the negligence of corporations and careless individuals.​

Helping victims and their families

For over thirty years, Greg Zeuthen has helped victims and their families who have suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of the negligence of corporations and careless individuals.​

Over 30 years experience

Having represented personal injury victims in the Oregon area for 30+ years, Greg Zeuthen can handle the details of your case. He has earned a reputation from his fellow trial lawyers and clients for being a zealous advocate possessing legal and trial skills that deliver real results. No case is too complex for Greg Zeuthen.

Once Greg commits to taking on your case, he provides you the best possible legal representation. You become his top priority. Greg will never leave you in the dark about the status of your claim. He is attentive to your questions and concerns. He handles each case with the same level of tenacity, thoroughness, and zeal. Greg proudly offers his services to a wide range of accident victims and their loved ones.  He gathers the facts, protects your interests, and strives to recover the compensation you deserve.


In the summer of 1973, young Greg was glued to the TV — along with much of the nation — following the historic Watergate hearings. That year, 13-year-old Greg decided he wanted to be a lawyer when he grew up. Ironically, his family then lived in Yorba Linda, California, the birthplace of Richard Nixon. It wasn’t just Watergate that affected Greg so deeply. Because of the civil rights movement, the war protests, striking farm workers — he knew he wanted a profession where he would be helping people.

He experienced legal work for the first time as a college student at Weber State College in Ogden, Utah. During his junior and senior years, he worked part time at Utah Legal Services helping with cases involving social services, veterans’ affairs, and indigent housing. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics in 1981, he entered law school at Lewis and Clark College in Portland. As a law student, he worked for the Clackamas County Office of Community Corrections and supervised former prisoners serving terms of probation. By his second year, he was clerking for the Clackamas County Counsel There dealt with cases in employment, land use, and contracts. He earned his law degree and passed the Oregon State Bar in 1984.

Fresh from law school, Greg went to work for the general practice firm of Biggs Hutchison Hammond & Walsh in Oregon City. Because the firm had a contract with the Clackamas County cities of West Linn and Gladstone, Greg gained the opportunity to not only defend but also prosecute cases. In 1986, he obtained his first job with a personal injury firm, Haugh & Foote of Portland. He was with that firm for 11 years before moving into solo practice in 1997.

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  • Member of the Oregon State Bar
  • Served on the Local Professional Responsibility Committee
  • Member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ)
  • Past-chair of AAJ’s Laser Eye Surgery Malpractice Litigation Group
  • Member of the Multnomah Bar Association
  • Earned Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating (AV rating). The “AV” rating reflects the HIGHEST rating in terms of quality of legal services provided and the highest rating possible for professional ethics. Read more on this high achievement.
  • Rated 10/10 by Avvo as a “Superb Lawyer”. Read more about Avvo and Gregory Zeuthen on this Portland Lawyer Rated Profile.
  • Selected to Super Lawyers 2007-2018. Super Lawyers is a listing of lawyers who have an extraordinary degree of peer recognition and professional achievement in their field. Only the top 5% of lawyers get a SL rating. View Greg’s profile on Super Lawyers.
  • Past President of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), 2017-2018. Greg has been an OTLA member since 1984. He is a member of the OTLA Board of Governors and has sat on the OTLA Budget, Membership, Development, and Publications Committees. He is a regular sponsor of the President’s Circle and events at the Annual Summer Convention.
  • Member of the American Association for Justice. This membership demonstrates his commitment to defending a strong civil justice system.
  • Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. The ABOTA is an invitation-only organization comprised of the best trial lawyers in the nation.