An injury can happen to any of us.
And an injury has detrimental impacts on every facet of someone’s life.
As a result, many insurance carriers and employers use this situation to put people in a corner, with seemingly no way to escape.
That’s where our team at Nicolet Law comes in.
With everyone I work with, I try to be a guiding light – reassuring clients that they are not alone and helping them determine their best course of action.
I focus on workers’ compensation cases at Nicolet Law, but I didn’t always know I wanted to be a lawyer.
A sports fan, I studied Sports Marketing and Management at Indiana University Bloomington until I realized that I could never be motivated by a path if I was the only person benefiting from my success. I decided to switch gears and join a profession where I would be able to use my strengths to help others.
My dad is a workers’ compensation lawyer, too, and I grew up around these types of cases. I was constantly inspired by how his work was able to so greatly affect an injured person’s life.
During my time at Marquette University Law School, I clerked for his firm and got to see the benefits of this type of law firsthand. I also worked to serve others through several pro bono projects such as the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic, the Civil Legal Helpline, and the Domestic Abuse Clinic.
After being admitted to practice, I connected with the lawyers at Nicolet Law because I could tell they genuinely cared about the well-being of their clients, as opposed to viewing them as a money-making opportunity.
This is something that I take very seriously with my clients, as well. It’s an honor to help provide them with guidance and reassurance during this difficult time and help them chart a path forward.
I still love sports and enjoy basketball, golf, and hiking. An Indiana native, I also enjoy going on adventures and exploring different parts of Eau Claire. I also volunteer at the local Boys & Girls Club, as well as with Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
In doing this work, I’ve been able to see the true emotional, physical, and financial toll that work injuries can have on a person – as well as the relief that comes when we provide them with successful representation.
And I am dedicated to providing that type of representation to each and every one of my clients.
- Marquette University Law School
- J.D., 2021
- Indiana University Bloomington
- Cum laude, Bachelor’s Degree, 2018
- Wisconsin State Bar – Member
- Wisconsin Association of Workers Compensation Attorneys
- Eau Claire County Bar Association
- Wisconsin Association for Justice
- Inducted into Marquette University Law School's Pro Bono Society