Doug Krenzer Obituary, Death Cause – Our company would like to express our deepest condolences to Doug Krenzer’s family and friends on the demise of our cherished partner on May 15, 2023. In 2000, not long after the company had been established in 1999, Doug became a member of the team. He attended Colorado College for his undergraduate studies, graduating in 1993, and the University of Nebraska College of Law for his legal education, receiving his Juris Doctor degree in 1996.
After graduating from law school, he took a job in the litigation department of a national insurer, where he was able to obtain valuable experience and insight into the litigation business. Later on, he was able to put that knowledge to good use in the firm’s litigation business, which included the representation of insurance companies and their insureds in important disputes involving property damage, physical injury, coverage, and all different types of liability claims. Companies specializing in property and casualty insurance all over the United States looked to his counsel for guidance.
He represented clients in numerous trials that went all the way to verdicts in both state and federal courts, and he also took part in mediation proceedings in numerous jurisdictions around the country. Doug was the epitome of professionalism and became an invaluable asset to the company very quickly after joining it. He was an indispensable member of the firm’s leadership and put in countless hours of labor on behalf of our customers. He was a vigorous advocate in the courtroom, and he had a great deal of compassion for the clients he represented. Everyone who interacted with him, including clients, judges, mediators, other attorneys, and his colleagues at the firm, held a high opinion of him.
He was generous with his assistance to partners, legal assistants, and associates equally, and he diligently researched the law and its most recent developments in order to better his ability to represent the firm’s customers. Doug was well-known for his dedication to his profession, meticulous preparation, and creative spirit. Even when confronted with antagonistic behavior and under pressure, he maintained a calm demeanor, which was one of his many admirable qualities. Above all else, he was concerned about his clients and made every effort to effectively represent their interests and achieve the most favorable outcome that was feasible.