Following an injury, the road to recovery is a challenging one, not only physically, but emotionally and financially, as well. I work with my clients to alleviate the pressures they face along this road, so that they can focus on healing.

I am committed to providing representation to those facing powerful opponents after suffering a loss caused by the carelessness of another, and believe the civil justice system should work for, and not against, such injured individuals and their families.



  • University of Wisconsin Law School, (J.D.)
  • DePaul University, (B.A. Philosophy, summa cum laude)

Bar Admissions

  • Wisconsin
  • United States District Court
    Eastern District of Wisconsin
    Western District of Wisconsin


  • StrangBradley, LLC, 2015—present
  • Past work includes working as an associate in the Milwaukee personal injury firm
  • Laufenberg, Jassak & Laufenberg, S.C.


  • The Foreseeable Cleanup in Your Client’s Aisle: Using a Big Box Store’s Mode of Operations to Escape the Notice Requirement in Your Slip-and-Fall Case, THE VERDICT (Fall 2014, Vol. 37:4)
  • Keeping Your Client a Frequenter: A Discussion of the Trespasser Defense to Safe Place Claims, THE VERDICT (Fall 2017, Vol. 40:4)
  • The Ever-Expanding Statute of Repose, and the Ever-Shrinking Maintenance Exception, THE VERDICT (Summer 2019, Vol. 42:3)

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ)
  • Wisconsin Association for Justice (WAJ)
  • National Business Institute (NBI)
  • Dane County Bar Association