Trenten joined Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck as an associate attorney with experience in insurance defense, personal injury, employment law, and public entity defense. During his time at KNCH, he has gained experience representing developers, general contractors, and sub-contractors on the Construction Defect team. Trenten has been successfully involved in extensive litigation for clients in the areas of discovery procedures, depositions, expert investigations, and alternative dispute resolution methods.
As a life-long athlete, Trenten’s philosophy is to consistently dedicate the time and effort necessary to exceed client goals and expectations. His attention to detail and interpersonal skills enable him to facilitate civil and respectful interactions between all parties and case specific personnel. Trenten aims to accomplish positive outcomes for his clients while avoiding stereotypical litigation tensions.
Born in Chico, California, Trenten was raised in Lake Oswego, Oregon before returning to CSU, Chico for his Bachelors in Political Science-Legal Studies. After graduating summa cum laude with a minor in Sustainability, he received an academic scholarship to attend Sacramento’s University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. There, he was actively involved with campus public service and the International Law department, facilitating orientation and support for McGeorge’s diverse body of international and exchange students. This provided Trenten with the opportunity to spend a summer abroad, administering conversational legal English examinations to Italian attorneys in the English For Law & International Transactions (EFLIT) program. Upon returning to the states, Trenten worked full time as a law clerk for a civil defense firm to gain valuable practical experience while finishing his last year of law school.
Outside of work, Trenten enjoys going to restaurants with friends, exercising, playing piano, gardening, and woodworking.