Kaitlin Zebrak was born and raised in a small town just south of Buffalo, New York. While attending the University of Buffalo for her undergraduate education, she decided to double major in Political Science and History. She graduated at the top of her class at the University’s Honors College.
During college, Kaitlin spent a semester in Washington, D.C. interning for the American Association for Justice and was able to get a first-hand view of the positive impact personal injury attorneys can be in the lives of their clients.
Kaitlin’s love for reading, learning, and a challenge are what led her to pursue a career in law. She went on to continue her studies at the University of Buffalo Law School where she completed an accelerated course load and graduated in a mere two and a half years. During her time in law school, Kaitlin was selected for a trial technique award, clerked for a long tenured Judge, and externed in the County Attorney’s office and in the Family Court.
On practicing personal injury law, Kaitlin says: “These are the people I want to represent. Good people who need a voice against big insurance companies and the negligent defendants that the insurance companies represent. I get personal satisfaction from leveling the playing field and making things right for those who did not ask for such things to happen to them. I make a personal commitment to each client to work towards getting the best result possible in his or her case, and I enjoy communicating directly, and regularly, with each of my clients. I know that my clients will come to me facing problems, and I am here to listen and help.”