I received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in 2005 and a J.D. from The University of South Dakota in 2009. I have been practicing personal injury law as an attorney for over 5 years. Before law school, I worked at Siegfried and Jensen for over 4 years in various positions.
I have come to realize the issues and problems that a person has to go through when they are forced to deal with a personal injury. I found great pride helping people deal with their personal injuries and after a while decided I wanted to become an attorney and help those who have been injured.
During law school, I served as an editor at the University of South Dakota Great Plains Journal, which focuses on environmental law. I was also a Graduate Assistant during law school for a Professor who taught family law, insurance law and civil procedure. After law school, I decided to relocate my family back to Utah.
I worked for a small law firm in Utah County, where I handled various types of cases. My main focus was personal injury and I decided that is what I enjoyed doing the most. I rejoined Siegfried and Jensen in 2012 where my focus is solely on helping personal injury clients. I take pride in helping personal injury clients and enjoy serving them.
When I am not at work I enjoy spending time with my family, camping, boating, playing games and watching football.