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Kathryn B. Connor



Kathryn B. Connor


Kathryn B. Connor

Kathryn Provides Litigation and Trial Support For Personal Injury And Wrongful Death Matters Concentrating In Automobile Accident Litigation

(561) 820-2288

Kathryn B. Connor joined Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath as a Paralegal/Investigator with an extensive background in personal injury law. She is a Registered Paralegal with the Florida Bar Association. Kathryn’s twenty four year work experience is vast and impressive. She previously worked with other high profile law firms and as a paralegal focusing on bodily injury and insurance negligence cases. Her 12 years as an insurance adjuster with several large insurance companies has given her a unique perspective of the law. This vision allows her to help the firm’s clients with an exceptional understanding of the inner workings of the insurance industry.

Kathryn is now devoting her time and knowledge entirely to facilitating injured victims of Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, General Liability and Bodily Injury cases. This includes a specialized understanding and training in Tractor Trailer accident cases. Get in touch with Ms. Connor.

  • Automobile Accidents
  • Premises Liability
  • Wrongful Death
  • General Liability
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Bodily Injury
  • Business Administration and Marketing, Florida Atlantic University
  • Accident Reconstruction Training, Forcon
  • Mechanics of Fire Suppression Systems, Fire and Water Loss Claims, Tyco International
  • Registered Paralegal: The Florida Bar Association
  • Paralegal Member: Florida Justice Association
  • Paralegal Member: Palm Beach and Martin County Bar Association
  • Paralegal Member: Palm Beach County Justice Association
  • Managing Director for Polka Dot Powerhouse – Treasure Coast, FL Chapter
  • Member: Florida Atlantic University Alumni Association
  • Florida Notary
  • Leadership St. Lucie County – Alumni

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