At Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, Attorney Katherine Klaus assists injured victims with filing results-driven injury claims after an accident. During her legal career as a Connecticut personal injury attorney, she has handled five jury trials, as well as countless mediations and arbitrations. Before joining our dedicated legal team, she was house counsel to an auto insurance company. For nearly a decade, she handled issues related to motor vehicle accident defense litigation. This experience provided her with invaluable knowledge regarding how insurance companies handle injury claims, which she utilizes when representing our clients.
Attorney Katherine Klaus is licensed to practice in Connecticut and New York. She is a proud member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Bridgeport Bar Association, and New Haven County Bar Association. While studying law at Quinnipiac University School of Law, she was part of the Student Bar Association and the Probate Journal. She completed her undergraduate studies in political science at Boston University in 2000.In her free time, Attorney Katherine Klaus enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and playing her with her two dogs, a Chihuahua named Daisy and Yorkshire terrier named Henry. She has lived in North Haven her whole life. During a free initial consultation scheduled at your own convenience, she can help you understand the claims-filing process and the various options that are available to you. She will take care of all the paperwork and details associated with your case so that you don't feel overwhelmed or confused by the process. Katherine is known for being attentive and relentless: she will do everything possible to finalize your case in the most effective and timely manner possible.
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