Haley Stamm graduated with honors from Northern Kentucky University and attended Salmon P. Chase College of Law. While at Chase, she was a member of the Northern Kentucky Law Review and the Moot Court Board, proudly representing Chase in two national competitions. In 2006, her paper on eminent domain was awarded a prize in the annual Kentucky Bar Association writing competition. During her final year at Chase, she had the opportunity to work for both Justice Donald Wintersheimer and Justice Wilfrid Schroder at the Kentucky Supreme Court. She obtained her Juris Doctor from Chase College of Law in 2007 and is admitted as a licensed attorney in good standing in both Ohio and Kentucky.
Haley brings with her over ten years of legal experience in a variety of complex practice areas, in both federal and state law. She has years of experience as an Attorney Advisor to federal administrative law judges, working on claims for disability benefits under the Social Security Act and under federal workers’ compensation programs. As an associate attorney at Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC, she is excited to be able to use her prior experience to help injured workers fight for their workers’ compensation claims in Kentucky.
Haley is passionate about community involvement and volunteerism. She is an active Merit Badge counselor with the Scouts. In her free time, Haley and her family frequently volunteer at local fundraisers and festivals for charity. She has also coached elementary volleyball and she is playing on a recreational volleyball team. Haley has just retired from teaching at a Sunday school after 11 years. Haley is also an active member of Mothers Esquire community that aims to support and train women lawyers with families.
She is also a continuing legal education lecturer, teaching other attorneys about her fields of expertise. She has presented two topics until today:
Association – NKBA Annual Law CLE Day.
Areas of Practice
Haley’s main areas of practice are:
A man was injured when a piece of construction equipment collided with his vehicle and crushed him.
A man was working on a motor vehicle when a truck struck the vehicle. The man was pinned between the two vehicles, and his hips and legs were broken.
A man was changing a tire on an Ohio road when he was negligently struck by another vehicle, resulting in life threatening injuries.
A woman was killed while driving due to spillage left on the road.
A man developed a rare nerve condition due to his employment, which made it impossible for him to use one arm.
A man was a passenger in a rental car when it spun out of control and killed him.
A barge worker (Jones Act Seaman) was climbing down a ladder from an empty to a loaded barge when the improperly secured ladder collapsed. The worker’s head injury which caused...