We approach each client as if they are our only client, meaning when we enter into a relationship with our clients, they do not become another file at the bottom of a stack. We treat each of our clients’ circumstances with the utmost importance and respect.
Fighting for what you deserve is our priority. Insurance companies try to get people to settle their claim before an attorney becomes involved, because they know an attorney can increase the value of their claim. We can inform you of your rights and get you the justice that you’re entitled to!
One of the biggest complaints people make about attorneys is lack of communication—but this is never an issue at Jones Kahan Law. We are a small firm that is available when you need us the most. Let us be your advocate and guide you during this difficult time in your life.
After having both worked in larger personal injury firms, we found we were not able to treat our clients with the attention they deserved. We didn’t like how each case was assigned a number and just became one of many sitting in a filing cabinet. This is what prompted us to leave and create our own firm, which offers a tailored approach for each client. Now, we never refer to a client by a case number! Our clients are welcome to stop by our office at their convenience or call our cell-phones whenever. We treat our clients like our friends.
Meet the Team
Cidney Adams has been employed as a paralegal with Jones Kahan Law since May 2016. She is responsible for using case management software to organize files, update clients on their cases, and coordinate the ordering of medical documents. Cidney is currently a first-year student at the Christ College of Nursing. In her spare time, she volunteers as an assistant coach for the New Richmond High School softball team.
Kyley Fredrick has been employed as a paralegal with Jones Kahan Law since July 2016. She is responsible for assisting with cases from the initial request of evidence for special damages, to crafting demand packages which will assist in alternative dispute resolutions and litigation. Kyley earned her B.S. from the University of Cincinnati in Journalism & Communication, and a certificate in Public Relations. In her spare time, Kyley enjoys kayaking and attending country concerts.
Jamie Mckibben has been employed as a data analyst and Spanish interpreter at Jones Kahan Law since January 2017. She is responsible for assisting Spanish speaking clients with law services and public relation outreach. Jamie earned her B.S. from Northern Kentucky University in Sociology. In her spare time, she likes to cook, fish, and spend time with her two daughters.