Kimberly A. Chapman

Kimberly A. Chapman

Sacramento, California

Kimberly Chapman joined the firm as an associate in 2018. Ms. Chapman has been litigating and advocating for clients and victims for over 10 years, including her experience as a Deputy District Attorney and Certified Law Clerk for the District Attorney's office as well as her experience as a Labor and Employment Attorney. Ms. Chapman has successfully negotiated seven-figure settlements and advocated diligently for her clients across the state in appellate proceedings, before judges, mediators, arbitrators, administrative law judges and before local agencies.

During her tenure as a Deputy District Attorney, Ms. Chapman proudly served the public as the vertical prosecutor for vehicle code violations. She has advocated for the rights of countless injury victims including those injured or killed as a result of DUI collisions, vehicular manslaughter, and other vehicle code violations.

Ms. Chapman graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law with Great Distinction and was inducted into the Order of the Coif Honor Society. During her law school career, Ms. Chapman also worked full-time as a high school teacher of Civics, Economics, History and Student Leadership. While working full time, Ms. Chapman gained admission into the Traynor Honor Society and was awarded three times for placement on the Dean's Honors List as well as the receiving the prestigious Witkin award for Academic Excellence.

Ms. Chapman was raised in Yuba City, California where her grandfather worked to create the family electrical business. She was taught the value of hard work and perseverance and has used those values to become the first college graduate in her family. Ms. Chapman carries this dedication to excellence and work ethic into the representation of her clients.

In her spare time, Ms. Chapman enjoys the challenge of instilling the same work ethic and values she learned from her grandfather as she raises her four teenagers. She also enjoys wine-tasting, water sports, and giving back to her community through public service. She has served as a coach for various high school speech and debate teams and continues to volunteer her time to judge various youth public speaking competitions.