Kimberly is a member of the Workers' Compensation Department and devotes her practice entirely to workers' compensation defense litigation. She represents insurance carriers and self-insureds, handling matters for health care facilities, hotels, government agencies, retailers, restaurants and construction companies. Kimberly has experience handling matters before the Industrial Accident Board and has successfully defended cases on appeal before the Superior Court and Supreme Court of Delaware.
Kimberly is a graduate of the University of Delaware, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. Kimberly is also a graduate of Widener School of Law. During her education at Widener, Kimberly was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and served on the executive board. She was also a member of Phi Delta Phi, Harrington Inn Honor Chapter and received the Order of the Barristers.
Kimberly is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association and the Randy J. Holland Delaware Workers' Compensation Inn of Court. She has presented seminars for clients and has spoken on various workers' compensation matters before members of the Bar and the community. She is also a past member of the Melson Arsht Inn of Court and the Richard S. Rodney Inn of Court.
An active member of her community, Kimberly donates her time to multiple charitable organizations. She is the president of the board of directors for Wilmington Head Start, and has also served as a member of the organization's Policy Council.
•Videotaped Expert Witness Testimony Before the Industrial Accident Board, Defense Digest, Vol. 19, No. 3, September 2013
•The Ups and Downs of Permanent Impairment, Defense Digest, Vol. 18, No. 3, September 2012
•Ethical Issues Related to the Use of Social Media, Workers' Compensation Section, Delaware State Bar Association and the Industrial Accident Board, Wilmington, Delaware, May 7, 2013
Honors & Awards
•Moot Court Honor Society
•Order of the Barrister
•BV Distinguished by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell
Year Joined Organization: 2003