8204 Green Lake Dr N, Seattle, WA 98103, USA
Christine A. Foster has been devoted to representing injured workers since 1992. Prior to opening her own law practice, she worked for the Office of the Attorney General representing the Department of Labor and Industries. She is a member in good standing with the Washington State Bar Association, Washington Associate for Justice (WSAJ) and listed in Who’s Who in American Law. Christine has spoken before both peer and community groups on workers’ compensation, trial strategy and the overlap between employment law and workers’ compensation. She is a contributing author to the Workers’ Compensation Deskbook for Attorneys (2009) with her chapter on total disability (time loss and pension benefits). Ms. Foster graduated, cum laude, from the University of Puget Sound, School of law, now Seattle University, in 1988.
350 Arden Ave, Glendale, CA 91203, USA
Bar Admissions, California, 1980 Education Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, California - J.D. - 1980 University of Southern California - B.A. summa cum laude - 1977 Representative Cases Corsican Furniture v. WCAB, 68 CCC 1639 Verduzco v. WCAB, 66 CCC 576 Albertsons v. WCAB, 60 CCC 103 Honors And Awards Los Angeles County Arbitrator, Superior Court Professional Associations And Memberships CAAA Southern California, Board of Directors, 2000 - Present CAAA Southern California, Sustaining Member CAAA Southern California, Seminar Chair, 2011 - Present CAAA Convention, Chair, 2011 - Present Labor Council Latin American Advancement San Gabriel/Los Angeles County Bar Associations, Workers' Compensation Section, Member Pro Bono Activities Humane Society, Board of Directors, 2009 - Present Languages: Spanish
925 S Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33432, USA
280 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, USA
28 N Main St, West Hartford, CT 06107, USA
Kimberly A. Graham opened her current practice in 1995 and since that time has proven to be an ardent, zealous, and compassionate advocate for clients faced with criminal charges, and or serious injuries. Her litigation skills have been demonstrated with great artistry in cases she has tried before federal, state, and appellate tribunals as well as administrative agencies. Attorney Graham is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. She then served as a prosecutor in Miami, Florida under the honorable Janet Reno. Following that, she returned to her home state of Connecticut and prosecuted discrimination cases with the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO). After working with CHRO, Attorney Graham served as a trial prosecutor in Hartford, and then later an appellate prosecutor in Hartford under John Bailey. Following that, she opened her current practice. Each of Attorney Graham’s clients receives the benefit of her rich and storied legal career which has taken her from the state court to federal court and from trial advocacy to appellate argument. Peer Review Rated and recognized by Martindale Hubble as "Distinguished (BV) Very High Rating in Both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards (More than 10 years); Recognized as a "Trailblazer by the Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter of the National Bar Association (2018); The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers (2019); Member of the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 an Top Attorneys of North America; 2018-2019 Edition of The Who's Who Directories. Attorney Graham serves as a Hearing Officer (part-time) with the DMV. She has volunteered and served as a Judge for the North East Black Law Student’s Mock Trial and Univ. of Connecticut’s New England Classic Invitational Mock Trial Competitions.