Kelly has represented hundreds of children and adults with brain injuries, including those with environmental injuries from lead poisoning and toxic mold exposure. She is the... more
Kelly has represented hundreds of children and adults with brain injuries, including those with environmental injuries from lead poisoning and toxic mold exposure. She is the supervising partner of her firm's Environmental Injury and Lead Poisoning Injury Litigation Group. A legal force and advocate for those suffering with brain injuries, Kelly has been active in speaking engagements and i... view profile
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