Kyle Sherman joined Curry, Pearson & Wooten after working as a personal injury attorney and a civil litigation attorney. Kyle's practice focuses on personal injury matters but Kyle also has experience in a wide-variety of other legal matters including bankruptcy, defamation, general civil litigation, contract disputes, and family law. Kyle has received substantial verdicts on behalf of his clients including a recent six figure award in an internet defamation matter.
Kyle has a unique insight into dealing with insurance companies on injury matters because he worked as an insurance adjustor for five years prior to becoming a lawyer. As an insurance adjustor, Kyle dealt exclusively with automobile accident claims. Kyle's knowledge of the "ins and outs" of insurance claims gives him a distinct advantage over other attorneys when it comes to negotiating an injury settlement with an insurance company. Kyle also is an experienced trial attorney if a trial becomes necessary in any case. While in law school, Kyle excelled in moot court including winning an inter-scholastic competition and placing within the top three oral arguers in a national competition.
Kyle is licensed to practice in all Arizona Courts, United States District Court, and the Navajo Nation Courts. His most recent reported appellate case is Larue v. Brown, an opinion affirming a jury verdict and the application of rule of republication in Arizona regarding extending the statute of limitations on defamation cases.
Kyle likes to spend his leisure time with his family. Additionally, he prides himself in dedicating time to give back to the community and to those in need.