Marjorie Hauf — Partner

Work Experience

Marjorie obtained her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (cum laude), in Hotel/Restaurant Management and worked in that field for four years, first as an Assistant Hotel Manager at the Sahara, in the employment center at Bellagio, and before moving into the law, as a risk management representative, investigating claims and negotiating settlements at the Mirage.

In 1998, Marjorie was accepted to the charter class at the William S. Boyd School of Law, where she graduated with honors (2002), and received the CALI Award for Law Practice Management.

Marjorie began working at a very successful personal injury firm in her last year of law school, and discovered her passion for keeping our community safe by holding wrongdoers accountable for dangerous products, dangerous premises, and negligent behaviors that hurt people. Marjorie passed the bar exam on the first attempt and was an aggressive advocate for clients from the very beginning.

Marjorie founded Ganz & Hauf with Adam Ganz in 2006.  Ganz & Hauf was able to help thousands of injured people. Marjorie has successfully obtained tens of millions of dollars in personal injury, Insurance Bad Faith, wrongful death, and medical malpractice settlements and jury verdicts She continued that tradition when Ganz & Hauf merged with Matt Pfau Law Group to form H&P Law in 2020.

Marjorie is a member of the Clark County Bar Association, Arizona Bar Association, Nevada Justice Association, Nevada State Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association, and Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys.   

Marjorie is licensed to practice law in Nevada and Arizona.  She has taught as an adjunct professor in Hotel Law at UNLV. She is a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and has been honored by SuperLawyers every year since 2019, and the The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Lawyers since 2012.


"There must be law, steadily invoked and respected by all nations, for without law, the world promises only such meager justice as the pity of the strong upon the weak." DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, Second Inaugural Address, Jan. 21, 1957

Marjorie has a passion for protecting injured people from a system designed to wear them down. She has guarded the safety of our community against unscrupulous insurance companies, big corporations and reckless individuals for her entire career. Because every safety rule Nevada has to protect people is born on the back of someone who suffered when it was broken, Marjorie empowers her clients to hold wrongdoers accountable. We don’t need more rules, we just need to hold the people who break them accountable so they don’t do it again. Marjorie has earned the respect of clients, judges, and peers alike.

Marjorie is a Certified Personal Injury Specialist with many years of trial experience. Marjorie was among the first thirteen lawyers in Nevada to complete the rigorous process and achieve the certification.

Marjorie’s philosophy, that every case, large or small, is the most important case to that client, has driven her to create a customer service oriented law firm. Your call will always be returned. Your email will always be answered. You will always have access to your lawyer.

You May Not Know About Marjorie:

Marjorie is married to a Navy veteran and has one daughter, two sons and a cat. She has tried to instill her love of the law in her family, but so far the cat is the best prospect for becoming an attorney. Her daughter is a third-grade teacher, demonstrating that the real value, helping people, has passed on. Marjorie grew up in the south side suburbs of Chicago with all the benefits and challenges of Midwestern big city life. She moved to Nevada on her own when she turned eighteen, mainly to avoid snow, and fell in love with the community. Even though she grew up in a sports city, Marjorie did not become a sports fanatic until later in life when her sons began playing sports. Now, you will rarely walk into her office and not find a Padres game or a Golden Knights game on TV.