Kimberly A. Hill is a Florida Bar Board Certified attorney in Appellate and Workers’ Compensation. Kimberly is Of Counsel in the Deerfield Beach office of Roig Lawyers. She has been practicing law for more than 25 years, most of which has been devoted to representing employers and carriers throughout the state of Florida.
Kimberly has represented clients as a lead appellate counsel for the majority of her career and has handled over six hundred appellate cases. She has represented numerous national and regional insurance carriers and has dedicated her practice solely to appellate matters since 2008.
Kimberly provides expert legal analysis, strategic planning and resolution of cases through settlement or final hearing. She is also an appellate specialist that has extensive experience handling cases from inception through the appellate process. Kimberly is able to effectively guide clients and help them navigate through individual legal issues and protects clients’ interests throughout the litigation process.
Kimberly was selected three times for the honor of appearing before the First District Court of Appeal to present oral argument on actual cases at the 2005, 2007 and 2009 Workers’ Compensation Annual Educational Conferences.
She was also selected to present oral argument on actual cases at the mid-year Florida Bar conference and at two special educational conferences at the University Of Miami Law School and in Tampa all in 2010.
Kimberly has also given many seminars on various workers’ compensation and appellate practice topics while working for Conroy, Simberg, Ganon, Krevans, Abel, Lurvey, Morrow & Schefer, P.A. These seminars were either done in-house for the benefits of insurance adjusters or at an annual seminar presented by the firm. In addition Kimberly participated in several FCCI Seminars for the benefit of adjusters seeking their workers’ compensation certification for claims handlers.
In 2010, Kimberly made a presentation at a Florida Bar approved seminar, “The Workers’ Compensation Forum,” regarding appellate practice before the First District Court of Appeal. Most recently, in 2011, Kimberly wrote an article about Preservation of Error for Appellate Purposes in the “News and 440 Report” which is a quarterly publication for Workers’ Compensation Practitioners.