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Following the attacks on 9/11/2001, Henry dropped out of college and volunteered for the United States Navy. He was assigned to the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy (CV-67) aircraft carrier in Mayport, Florida, and worked as a photojournalist. Henry finished at the top of his class among all branches of the military at Defense Information School (DINFOS), and was later awarded a letter of commendation and the Navy Achievement Medal for his work in the Kennedy’s media department. Following the ship’s decommissioning, he was transferred to shore duty at Naval Base Kitsap in Bangor, Washington, where he was quickly promoted and produced a variety of content for the Navy’s newspaper and website. He completed his undergraduate degree in Mass Communications and Journalism and ended his five-year enlistment with an honorable discharge.


Henry earned his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2013. In law school, he was selected to the prestigious Denver Law Review based on the strength of his writing. That experience allowed him the opportunity to work with judges in both district and county court, first as an intern and then as a full-time judicial clerk following graduation. He worked behind the scenes of the courtroom, helping judges research and write their decisions, which provided a knowledge of the system that far exceeded anything he learned in law school. This experience helped him hit the ground running when he decided to enter private practice and focus exclusively on Lemon Law consumer protection and breach of warranty claims. Henry is currently admitted to practice law in the State of Arizona and the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona. The Arizona lemon law lawyer has dedicated his career to helping consumers in Lemon Law and breach of warranty claims and is an aggressive advocate and champion for consumer rights in all areas.


Henry and his two sons out in the desert with dirt bikes.
Henry Vorderbruggen and his two sons out on a hike in Arizona.


Henry is the proud father of two sons, Barabbas and Atlas. Both are scholar-athletes and participate in a variety of sports and extracurricular activities. Barabbas is an honors student at Desert Mountain High School and participates in boxing, martial arts, and wrestling. Atlas is an honors student at Mountainside Middle School and also wrestles and does martial arts. Henry has volunteered to coach their sports teams since they were little boys. He has coached tee-ball, soccer, wrestling, basketball, and most recently flag football. Henry and the boys love the outdoors and exploring the beautiful state of Arizona as much as possible.