Kimberly M. Reed Brings Years of Experience in Several Different Personal Injury Practice Areas to the Dublin, Ohio Law Firm
DUBLIN, OH, December 19, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Bressman Law is pleased to announce that paralegal Kimberly M. Reed has joined the firm. Reed brings decades of experience in the legal field to the personal injury law firm. She started in the copy center of a law firm in 1997 and worked her way up to become a respected paralegal today.
“We are thrilled to have Kimberly Reed join our firm,” said personal injury lawyer David Bressman. “Her experience in many different practice areas, including personal injury, will be invaluable to our clients.”
Service on a jury for a medical malpractice case sparked Reed’s interest in the law. Reed went on to work within several different practice areas, including medical malpractice, since beginning her legal career.
“I am happy to be joining David Bressman and the rest of the team at Bressman Law,” Reed said. “I look forward to helping our clients navigate the personal injury process and fight for their rights after a serious injury. I believe that my experience in the legal field will contribute to our clients’ success.”
Reed grew up in Ohio, attending Upper Arlington High School where she graduated in 1989. She then spent nearly two decades in Connecticut where she started her legal career. She returned to Ohio seven years ago.
About Bressman Law
Bressman Law is a personal injury firm located in Dublin, Ohio. Founded by David Bressman, the law firm represents clients injured in car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other motor vehicle wrecks. The firm also represents people hurt by defective products and represents families in wrongful death cases.
David Bressman has been named a “Top Lawyer” by ColumbusCEO Magazine several times. He has the highest Avvo rating of “Superb” and has the highest peer rating from Martindale-Hubbell of “AV Preeminent.”
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