Katherine grew up in Minnesota and has lived there for most of her life. She graduated from law school and passed the Minnesota Bar Examination by the age of 24. She has worked exclusively as a personal injury lawyer in Minnesota for the last 30 years. She has been successful in recovering millions of dollars for her clients. She was recently honored as a Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyer in Minnesota by the exclusive National Trial Lawyers organization.
Katherine works hard to maximize recovery for her clients. She represents clients who have been injured, or family members of those killed, in car crashes, injured by slip and falls, dog attacks, boating and snowmobile crashes, downed powerlines, sexual abuse victims and other people injured by the wrongful acts of others. She is a strong advocate for people who have suffered injuries because of another person’s negligence and is always keen to fight for justice on their behalf.
Katherine also acts as a Conciliation Court Referee in both Ramsey and Dakota Counties. She has been Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association for many years. Katherine was a member of the Ramsey County Ethics Committee for 6 years. Thereafter, she was appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court to the Board of Professional Responsibility, an organization that is responsible for the oversight and administration of the Minnesota lawyer discipline system.
Outside of the office she is an active community worker, volunteering at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, working as a Certified U.S.A. Gymnastic Trampoline and Tumbling Judge, and a volunteer mentor to law students at the University of St. Thomas–School of Law.
Katherine’s undergraduate degree is in psychology, and she finds that her background helps her understand the psychological aspects that accident victims face.
Katherine is available to meet clients throughout Minnesota. She has offices in Mendota Heights, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Blaine, Bloomington, Burnsville, White Bear Lake, Woodbury and Eagan. She also meets clients at their home or in the hospital upon request.