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Kimberly is an attorney who truly enjoys helping her clients and their families through what is often a difficult and frightening time.

When you are injured, the thought of bringing a lawsuit can understandably be frightening or overwhelming. Kimberly appreciates that each client has a different comfort level with legal proceedings. She believes it is important for her clients and their loved ones to truly understand what is happening during the course of their lawsuit so they are at ease. Kimberly also finds fulfillment in being a strong support, as well as an advocate for her clients and encourages them to contact her with any issue they may be facing to make sure they are as comfortable as possible throughout the process. Kimberly has been a strong advocate for those wrongfully injured for close to a decade. Prior to and during law school, she worked as a litigation paralegal and law clerk . Since graduating from St. Louis University in 2015, she has continued to prosecute claims nationally in both state and federal courts, including Multi District Litigation. She is an experienced litigator and fights aggressively for her clients to get the compensation they deserve. When she is not working hard, Kimberly spends time with her fiancé, 7 year old daughter, and their miniature dachshund Atticus Finch. She has a soft spot for furry animals, cheesecake, and sunshine on the beach.

Associations

  • Missouri Bar Association Illinois Bar Association
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
  • The American Association of Justice

We are proud to be the largest law firm exclusively devoted to mesothelioma victims and their families.

  • There is NO CHARGE to speak with an attorney at our firm and we only get paid if we recover for you.

  • WE WILL COME TO YOU and meet with you at your home or other place that is convenient to you.

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