Amy has a vested interest in helping her clients. She recognizes the importance of understanding each individual client’s story before analyzing the legal case. Part of what defines quality legal representation is trust, and hearing the concerns of the individual client is where the process of building trust starts for Amy. Her empathy and desire to provide exceptional representation, particularly when the odds are stacked against an individual, defines her work. Amy’s drive is personal, too. Her experience with a sibling’s traumatic brain injury, resulting from an auto crash, is a significant part of what motivates her as an attorney. In fact, she joined the team at Ogborn Mihm LLP specifically to be part of a firm that is dedicated to helping people with traumatic injuries. Amy specializes in working with individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and orthopedic injuries. Her practice is focused on personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. Amy fights with absolute resolve to achieve the greatest possible resolution for every client.
Quality legal representation is built on mutual respect, and Amy ensures that trust develops by treating each inquiry with genuine empathy and respect. Besides compassionate and personal legal representation, Amy has been recognized for an extraordinary commitment to excellence in her work. Amy boasts impressive credentials, including participating in the WVU Immigration Law Clinic, where she assisted multiple clients in obtaining political asylum and a successful appeal through the Seventh Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. Clients and colleagues attest to Amy’s strong work ethic and core set of values, traits that she traces to her humble roots in West Virginia and that are undoubtedly at the foundation of her present career accomplishments. While studying at WVU, she earned a coveted spot on both the moot court National Team and the Jessup International Law moot court team.