After 25 years of practicing law, I have a wide range of expertise dealing with personal injury and employment matters. I have worked for large company's and insurance carriers and so understand how they defend and evaluate cases. I have jury trial, arbitration and administrative law experience such that I have been involved in a wide variety of matters from catastrophic injury to medical fraud and everything in between. I come from a family of attorneys involving parents, aunts and uncles. I grew up listening to stories about legal cases as a small child and those conversations led me to a career in the law carrying on that family tradition. I attended Vassar, a small liberal arts college in New York, where academics was primarily focused on how to think, analyze and express myself through persuasive writing. Even in law school, I worked for the Brooklyn Public Defender where I was able to "second chair" two trials as a first year law student. After my second year of law school, I worked in the California Attorney General's Office where I was able to research and write appellate briefs on criminal cases ranging from rape to drug offenses to child abuse and was able to argue those cases before the Court of Appeal before graduating from law school and officially becoming a lawyer. It was these experiences that focused my attention as a Trial attorney and I have never looked back. There is no greater honor than representing someone who has suffered injury that a defendant will not recognize or appreciate. I work with KJT because the Firm shares the same passion for righting wrongs and developing cases to maximize opportunities for an outcome that our clients deserve.