The former systems engineer joins three other partners at the high-profile law firm based in Arizona
Phoenix, AZ, June 11, 2017 – Teri M. Rowe has been made the newest partner at Miller Weber Kory LLP, a Phoenix-based law firm with catastrophic injury practice areas that include nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, auto and trucking accidents, and wrongful death. Teri joins the experienced litigation partnership, which includes attorneys Jeffrey B. Miller, C. Douglas Weber, and Gabriel V. Kory.
“Miller Weber Kory has established a reputation as a firm that is equally concerned with our clients’ peace of mind and well-being, as we are about obtaining full compensation and justice,” stated Jeffrey B. Miller, founding partner and a certified specialist in personal injury and wrongful death law by the State Bar of Arizona. “By naming Teri Rowe as our newest partner, we are ensuring that the high standards we set for the firm will continue to be our biggest priority. Teri is an outstanding litigator, and her unique background as a former systems engineer helps her understand accident dynamics involving cars, trucks, tractor-trailers and motorcycles. She has also brought this scientific approach to our medical negligence and elder abuse and neglect practices with great success. She is truly deserving of partnership at this firm.”
Rowe has undergraduate degrees in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Arizona, and a law degree from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where she was a senior editor of the school’s law, science and technology journal. After passing the bar exam, Rowe became involved with personal injury work, wanting to represent people who suffered injuries due to the neglect of others.
Although she was born in New York, Rowe has lived in Arizona since 1993, and realized after working as a systems engineer that the job lacked the personal interaction and desire to help others that she craved.
Like the rest of the partners at her firm, Rowe doesn’t shy away from taking cases to court, especially if that is the only way to obtain justice for her clients.
“You have to be able to hold defendants accountable for the losses and injuries they cause,” Rowe stated.
In her free time, Rowe enjoys running, the outdoors, practicing yoga, and spending time with her family.
Learn more about the law firm’s awards and recognition at the Miller Weber Kory LLP website.