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Tynesea Watts

Administrative Paralegal

Tynesea Watts is an administrative paralegal at Simeone & Miller, LLP. She works on a wide variety of personal injury cases at the settlement negotiation stage. She is a 2019 graduate of the University of Kentucky, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political, a minor in French, and Political Science Honors.

Since joining Simeone & Miller, Tynesea has worked on a variety of cases, including car 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, Tynesea interned for Representative Sheila Jackson-Lee in Washington, D.C., the Kentucky General Assembly Democratic Caucus at the Kentucky State Capitol, and studied French for a semester in Normandy, France. After graduating and before joining Simeone & Miller, she interned for Representative Frederica Wilson. Her future plans include attending graduate school in Washington, D.C.

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