I became an attorney so I could help ordinary people fight for the things they are entitled to. I offer free consultations to Vermonters who have suffered a work injury or been hurt through the negligence of others.
Before becoming an attorney, I worked in the construction industry, where I saw firsthand how hardworking people do not always get a fair shake.
At Biggam Fox Skinner, I focus on helping people get their workers’ compensation benefits. It’s frustrating for me to see deserving people struggling with the workers’ compensation system while also trying to recover from a work injury.
I work closely with my clients and our paralegals to present the strongest case possible. I am very detail oriented, and I learn the specifics of each case by really listening to my clients and what they need. Although the legal process can be long, I make sure my clients understand the process and the issues in their case. I’m persistent and I won’t give up.
I’m from New Hampshire and now live in Waterbury Center, Vermont, with my partner and our disobedient dog. I enjoy camping, gardening, and live music.
Admission Dates & Jurisdictions
Vermont – 2006
New Hampshire – 2007
J.D., Vermont Law School, South Royalton, Vermont, 2006
Honors: cum laude
B.A., Hobart & William Smith Colleges, 1997
Honors: magna cum laude