Kimberly Rice is an Associate in the San Diego office of Resnick & Louis, P.C. and has comprehensive litigation experience in insurance defense focusing on Medical Malpractice, premises liability, and personal injury. Kimberly’s experience includes litigating complex catastrophic injury claims and wrongful death cases. Her practice also includes Law & Motion .
Prior to joining Resnick & Louis, P.C., Kimberly worked for a nationwide firm specializing in complex securities litigation as a Discovery Attorney. She has also worked for several well-respected insurance defense firms that specialize in Medical Malpractice Defense.
Prior to graduating from law school, Kimberly was a legal intern for the Office of the City Attorney San Diego, in the Government Affairs and Finance Section and the Labor and Employment section. During her internship, she created content for a City Employee Social Media Handbook. As a law student, Kimberly was also heavily involved in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Science and Technology in the following roles as a Member of the Membership and Diversity Committee, Co-Chair- Membership and Diversity Committee, Chair- Social Networking Committee, and Vice-Chair- Social Networking Committee. As a second-year law student she published the article The Risky Business of Social Recruiting for the SciTech Lawyer magazine. As a Membership Advocate for the ABA, she also provided feedback for media and social media campaigns.
Before entering the legal profession, Kimberly was a Broadcast Journalist and still enjoys writing blogs or doing voice over work as a member of SAG-AFTRA. When she is away from the office, she enjoys participating in community service projects as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. She is also a football fan and is enthusiastic about her favorite teams: the Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs. Her favorite place to relax on weekends is the beach in Santa Monica , while reading autobiographies or watching documentaries.
Kimberly is licensed to practice law in California.