Kenneth M. Zuber, JD

Kenneth M. Zuber, JD

Vice President of Business Development


P: 262.328.6111

Ken Zuber received his B.A. in Political Science/History from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and his J.D. from the Valparaiso University School of Law.  While at Valpo, he attended a summer legal studies program at Cambridge University, England, taught by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia; worked in the law school’s pro-bono legal clinic representing low-income families; and clerked for several plaintiff’s attorneys and the Wisconsin Court of Appeals back home in Milwaukee.  Ken has been practicing law since 1995 and for the last 16+ years has specialized in “health insurance subrogation” for a large national law firm.  In Sept. 2015, he took a hiatus from that position to start his own firm and consulting business, Zuber Law, LLC.  Ken has now joined the Synergy team asVice President of Business Development.  Having previously represented health insurance companies recover funds from injury victims; Ken notes:  “I’ve switched sides and now assist seriously injured people in maximizing their recovery while putting their lives back together – which is far more gratifying and rewarding.”



  • Seventh and Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin Federal Court system


Professional Associations

  • Wisconsin Bar Association
  • Wisconsin Association for Justice
  • San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
  • The American Association for Justice


Community Involvement

  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Church and school programs
  • Coaching community sports teams



“Synergy is our guiding light for deferring our contingent legal fees and planning for retirement. The lawyers at Panter Panter & Sampedro, myself included, have been working with them for over ten years using different methods to defer comp and plan for retirement.”

Brett Panter
Panter, Panter & Sampedro

"I don't think I've directly said "thank you" for helping us with Bridgett’s case. We sent the reduced payment to Medicaid and called Bridgett's mom to tell her approximately how much money was going to be left for Bridgett and she broke down over the telephone. Given only $25k of insurance and a $850k medical bill from the hospital she didn't think Bridgett would ever see a penny."

Tom L. Copeland
Jeffrey Meldon & Associates, P.A.

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