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TIFFANY SCULLY KINDER

Practice areas: General Liability, Medicare Set Asides, Subrogation, Workers’ Compensation Defense

Tiffany Scully Kinder graduated from the University of Virginia in 1994 with a B.A. in Foreign Affairs. While at UVA, she spent a semester abroad studying at the University of Salzburg. From Virginia, she traveled to Denver, Colorado, where she attended the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law and graduated in 1997.  That same year, Ms. Kinder became a licensed attorney in the State of Colorado.   Ms. Kinder began her career representing insurance carriers and employers in the areas of insurance subrogation and general liability.  By 2001, she focused her career on the defense and representation of employers and insurers in workers’ compensation claims and subrogation cases.  Ms. Kinder has extensive experience with Medicare Set Asides and subrogation recovery. Ms. Kinder has appeared on behalf of clients state-wide in State, County, and District Courts, as well as in all Office of Administrative Court forums.  She has also argued before the Colorado Court of Appeals. Ms. Kinder is a member of the following professional organizations: Women’s Business Enterprise National Council; National Association of Professional Women; Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce; Defense Research Institute; Colorado Defense Lawyers Association; Denver Bar Association; Colorado Bar Association; and the CBA/DBA Professionalism Committee.   Ms. Kinder has represented, and continues to represent numerous Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies.  Ms. Kinder’s philosophy in handling cases on behalf of her clients may be summarized as follows: aggressive representation and protection of her clients’ interests, with a goal of bringing all cases to resolution in the most cost-effective and expeditious manner possible.  Every case must be analyzed and handled on its own merits.  Some cases will move quickly towards settlement.  Other cases may require more intensive litigation through the appellate level.  However, it is the client who drives the case, and it is the attorney’s responsibility to be responsive to the needs of the client.  It is this philosophy that has allowed Ms. Kinder to develop meaningful and long-standing relationships with her clients.