Matthew Bretz is a native of Hutchinson, Kansas. He got his start as an attorney with the Los Angeles firm of Erin Brockovich, Delta Force II and The Twilight Zone fame - Engstrom Lipscomb & Lack. After returning to Kansas, Mr. Bretz was a litigation partner with Gilliland & Hayes, P.A., until starting Bretz Law Offices in 1997. Mr. Bretz currently handles all types of injury claims, including primarily automobile, product liability, medical malpracice, and premises liability matters. He has been recognized by CNN for his trial results in Foster v. Wal-Mart, and by local and state news media for trial and settlement results in other cases. Mr. Bretz is licensed in Kansas and California, and by the United States District Courts in Kansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska. He is a Member of the Board of Governors for the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, and formerly was the Medical Legal Editor for the Journal of the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association. Matt Bretz serves on the Board of Directors for United Way, the Training and Evaluation Center of Hutchinson (TECH), the Board of Governors for the Kansas Association for Justice (KAJ), and is a former board member for Interfaith Housing, Big Brothers, and American Red Cross.