With over 30 years experience as an ABA-certified paralegal, Karen has handled litigation involving product liability, wrongful death, personal injury, toxic torts and commercial disputes. Karen understands all aspects of litigation and knows it is about client service and obtaining the best results possible. She has assisted with all aspects of pre-trial work and has extensive trial experience. Karen is also familiar with handling appellate matters. Karen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Aquatic Biology from University of California Santa Barbara and an ABA paralegal certification from University of California Los Angeles.
Sean is a skilled, ABA-certified paralegal with extensive experience in a wide range of litigation areas, including personal injury, product liability, wrongful death, premises liability, and insurance defense. Passionate about client service, Sean brings value to all facets of the litigation process – from initial discovery through trial – where his organizational and analytical skills shine. Sean’s attention to detail and strong strategic sense often allows him to extract seemingly disparate facts from documents and records to identify new or different avenues of discovery to further advance the client’s position in a case. Sean received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Environmental Studies from University of California Santa Cruz and his ABA paralegal certification from California State University East Bay.
Kristin is a Bay Area native who received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in History with a minor in Criminal Justice from California State University Sacramento, and her ABA Paralegal Certification from California State University East Bay. She is a conscientious litigation paralegal whose strong organizational and analytical skill seamlessly support LLF trial attorneys in their pretrial activities. One of Kristin’s strengths is her ability to efficiently distill voluminous document productions, often involving complex medical records in catastrophic injury and wrongful death actions, into usable summaries, as well as to identify key areas for attorney follow-up.