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Patrick D. Angel Earns Top 100 Medical Malpractice Jury Verdict

Angel Law, P.C. is pleased to announce that founding attorney, Patrick D. Angel, was recently selected for inclusion in’s list of the top 100 jury verdicts for 2019 in the area of medical malpractice. The prestigious list highlights attorneys from across the United States who have successfully recovered the highest verdicts on behalf of their clients across several practice areas, including medical malpractice, personal injury, professional malpractice, wrongful death, and more.

Patrick earned this esteemed honor by successfully securing a jury verdict of $2,225,000 in the case of Patzer v. Portland Adventist Medical Center. The case involved a hospital patient who fell and subsequently suffered a traumatic brain injury, resulting in significant persistent symptoms. The defendant did not offer a settlement, so the case was brought to trial where Patrick ultimately succeeding in securing a sizeable verdict for his client.

The case result represents the 79th highest in the nation for a medical malpractice jury verdict in 2019, according to, and is a notable example of Patrick’s commitment to securing justice on behalf of his clients.

Patrick has been practicing personal injury law since 2003, but he has always been driven by a desire to serve others. After graduating high school, that passion drove him to join the U.S. Marine Corps. He was subsequently stationed at Camp Pendleton in California and gradually became a highly respected Sergeant. After being honorably discharged, he decided to continue pursuing his passion for helping others by becoming an attorney and serving as a voice for the voiceless.

He attended law school at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon after first obtaining his undergraduate degree from U.C. Berkeley in California. Patrick was a highly regarded student during his time in law school. He became one of only a few law school students to earn a certification that allowed him to try cases for the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office and, before he had even graduated, he had already tried and won numerous cases.

Throughout his entire career, Patrick has focused exclusively on plaintiffs’ personal injury litigation. Every day, he makes it his mission to represent those who have been injured, exploited, or killed because someone else was careless, reckless, or negligent. This recent honor fortifies his reputation as an aggressive and highly skilled attorney who is willing to do everything possible to maximize his clients’ recoveries and help them on the path to healing.

Learn more about our case results on our website, or contact Angel Law, P.C. directly for a free and confidential consultation today.

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