In 1973, Thomas W. Bertz joined Anderson O’Brien Law Firm, where he would make a huge difference in the lives of others by successfully trying many cases involving litigation, personal injury, insurance defense, workers’ compensation and product liability. Over the course of his impressive career, which spans more than five decades, Mr. Bertz has tried more than 100 civil cases. With a strong desire to make a difference, Mr. Bertz focuses on achieving a consistent goal every time he takes a case, which is to help the client regain their quality of life. Noted for his resilience and commitment to the law, Mr. Bertz has established himself as an integral member of Anderson O’Brien Law Firm.
Mr. Bertz graduated with honors from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota and went on to earn a JD from Marquette University in 1962. While pursuing his legal studies, he served as the assistant editor of the Marquette Law Review, and was also the law clerk to Chief Justice Timothy Brown of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.