Jared Stueckle

JARED STUECKLE

IMG_1403Jared Stueckle is a civil litigation attorney dedicated to pursuing justice on behalf of his clients. His practice focuses on representing individuals involved in personal injury and employment cases, including discrimination, wrongful termination and wage claims.

Jared is a Washington native who received his undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Sociology from Central University in 2004. After graduating, Jared moved to North Carolina, where he worked in a group home caring for adults with developmental disabilities. In 2006, Jared received his MA in Teaching from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Following his certification as a teacher, Jared taught high school social studies at East Chapel Hill High School from 2006-2007.

Jared’s work as a teacher led to a realization that he wanted to become an attorney, to fight for those seeking justice and to be a voice for those who would otherwise not be heard. While at Duke University School of Law, Jared served as Managing Editor on the Duke Journal for Gender Law and Policy, and also as a member of another journal, the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. In 2010, Jared graduated from Duke Law and moved with his wife back to Washington in order to sit for the bar.

Jared worked for two years at Cole, Wathen, Leid & Hall, P.C., an insurance defense firm in Seattle, Washington. While at CWLH, Jared’s work focused on advising insurance adjusters about policy coverage, defending insurance carriers in bad faith claims and defending insureds who had been sued by a third party.

Jared joined Premier Law Group in 2012, excited to be an advocate for the rights of the injured and wronged. When he is not working, Jared enjoys trying out new home brew beer recipes and spending time with his wife and newly born son. Jared and his wife also enjoy spoiling their pets: Badger, a happy-go-lucky black lab/terrier mix; and Puma, a cuddly and mischievous cat.

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