Kerrie, with the firm since 2014, was a former ophthalmic medical technician, and enjoys applying her medical background to her current work in the medical malpractice legal field. She enjoys the firm’s supportive and positive work atmosphere, and the assistance and support available to clients during difficult times. When not at the office, Kerrie spends time with her daughter, manages her Etsy store and visits farmers markets and coffee shops with her husband.
What do you find rewarding about working at Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader?
That’s easy, the attorneys and staff. The attorneys treat us so well. They listen to our ideas and treat us as part of a team. The staff here is amazing. They will drop everything and chip in whenever it’s needed. You don’t find that often in a workplace environment.
What is your background and training in the legal field?
I’ve taken what I’ve learned in the medical field as a COMT and transferred it to the medical malpractice field. I originally started as a paralegal in insurance defense. Then when the firm I worked for dissolved, I made the transition to plaintiffs’ work, which for me is much more rewarding.
Do you have a favorite memory from working at Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader?
One of my favorite memories was seeing the faces of some of the Make-a-Wish kids when we surprised them with a party to help grant their wishes. Those smiles were priceless!