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Kathleen SandsKathleen Sands

Phone: (202) 527-7910


Kathleen Sands is a paralegal at Simeone & Miller, LLP. She works on a wide variety of personal injury cases at both the pre-litigation and litigation stages. She is a 2016 graduate of Washington & Lee University, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Romance Languages.

Since joining Simeone & Miller, Kathleen has worked on a variety of cases, including automobile accidents, pedestrian accidents, premises liability, and other personal injury cases. She has experience corresponding with insurance companies, initiating claims, speaking with witnesses, obtaining police reports, ordering medical bills and records, and assisting and advising clients.

While an undergraduate, Kathleen worked with Washington & Lee’s English for Speakers of Other Languages program. As a volunteer, she assisted immigrants in Rockbridge County, Virginia with learning English and accessing community resources such as GED programs, health clinics and daycare programs. After graduating and before joining Simeone & Miller, she moved to South Korea for a year and taught English in a public middle school. Her future plans include attending graduate school in Washington, D.C.

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