Kristen's practice is concentrated in civil litigation, focusing on insurance coverage matters, bad faith claims, defense of insureds, and subrogation.
Previously, Kristen worked in the insurance defense field for a number of years, defending insurers and insureds in litigation involving tort claims, contract claims and disputes, property claims and disputes, discrimination claims, bad faith claims, nuisance claims, mold and other environmental claims, including claims under Chapter 21E, and subrogation claims. Kristen has extensive trial experience and, over her years of practice, has litigated and successfully tried cases in district and superior courts across the Commonwealth.
Kristen attended the New England School of Law, graduating cum laude in 1996. While attending, she served as an Executive Case and Note Editor for the New England Law Review, worked an internship with the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, and won awards for academic excellence including the New England Scholar award, and the American Jurisprudence Book Award for the Study of Property Law. Kristen received her B.A. degree from the University of Massachusetts in 1992. While attending, she tutored students in writing, and participated in various debating competitions where she won awards for excellence in debate.
Kristen is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.