Protecting families through personal injury cases is a natural extension of Nikki's family law background, because when an individual is injured, their family is often deeply affected. An injured person may suffer loss of employment, mounting medical bills, and eventual bankruptcy. Individuals facing these types of challenges due to personal injury can benefit from an attorney who will be a strong advocate for their legal rights.
Nikki has a unique viewpoint when it comes to personal injury law. Having grown up around her father's medical practice in eastern Kentucky, and having worked in the medical field, she knows and understands the medical side of injury cases. She is not intimidated by the medical language or knowledge needed to process a case. Additionally, she holds an insurance license, giving her an inside view of insurance industry practices and allowing her to approach personal injury cases with a perspective that benefits her clients. Because of her exceptional background, Nikki's not afraid to dig into the facts of a case, speaking with insurance adjusters and medical personnel, reviewing medical records and insurance contracts, and conducting thorough legal research on behalf of her clients. Her varied legal experience is matched only by her commitment to her clients, helping them to preserve their legal rights in the face of adversity.
As your personal injury attorney, Nikki will be thorough and committed to your case all the way to its resolution.
Law Review, College of William and Mary
Dean's List, College of William and Mary
Phi Beta Kappa, University of Kentucky
Summa Cum Laude, University of Kentucky
National Association of Women Lawyers Award, College of William and Mary, 2003
Delegate, 1999 U.S. Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference
Kentucky Bar Association
Daviess County Bar Association
Daughters of the American Revolution
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