Lisa Kimmel

Lisa Kimmel Offices: Central Tucson, North Tucson, East Tucson, South Tucson
School: Lisa earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Hartford, associates degree from Greater Hartford Community College, and Law degree from University of San Diego

Lisa graduated from Greater Hartford Community College with an Associates Degree and University of Hartford with a B.A. in politics and government.

Lisa graduated from the University of San Diego in 1990 with a JD.

Since then she has practiced in Connecticut and Arizona, and currently practices in Tucson, Arizona, licenses in the State of Arizona, District Court of Arizona, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the White Mountain Apache Tribal Court.

Lisa’s focus during the last 28 years has been in personal injury representing consumers and vulnerable people including children and elderly.

Lisa handles all types of personal injury cases including motor vehicle collisions, premises liability, nursing negligence and medical malpractice.  Lisa has successfully arbitrated and tried cases included complex and wrongful death cases, has litigated appellate cases resulting in two published opinions in her clients’ favor—one in the Arizona Supreme Court and the other in Arizona Court of Appeals.

Lisa has worked for and been a partner in a number of firms during her 30 year career and most recently returned to Goldberg & Osborne as a Managing Attorney of four offices in Southern Arizona where she continues to represent clients with personal injuries.

Lisa volunteers as a board member on local non-profit organizations that focus on helping the elderly and indigent in our society.

Lisa has two children, and in her spare time, Lisa loves to watch football,  travel, golf, and spend time with her husband and their loving pets.


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