Kimberly Blum didn’t always want to be a lawyer, but she did always want to help people.
After a lifetime of planning to become a doctor, she realized in her second year as a biology student that she hated the sciences. Through her internship at a plaintiff’s firm, she found her calling. “I liked the work and the idea of making injured people whole again.”
Ms. Blum finished her undergraduate work with dual bachelor’s degrees in English and plan II honors from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009. Upon graduation, she spent two years working for nationally renowned immigration law firms in the Houston area, assisting clients with employment-based immigration needs.
In 2014, Ms. Blum earned a Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law Houston. Throughout law school, she served as a student attorney for South Texas’s Pro Bono Immigration Clinic, where she had the honor of helping underprivileged immigrants navigate the legal process.
Ms. Blum furthered her legal education by clerking at a boutique immigration law firm and for the Honorable Judge Josefina Rendon of the 165th District Court in Harris County.
Ms. Blum’s most rewarding role to date, though, is helping truly deserving property owners receive the much-needed insurance money owed to them to fix their homes and businesses.
Currently licensed to practice law in the state of Texas, Ms. Blum focuses her practice on first party property insurance litigation.
South Texas College of Law Houston, 2014 – Juris Doctor
The University of Texas at Austin, 2009 – Bachelor of Arts
United States Southern District of Texas, 2015
United States Northern District of Texas, 2015
United States Western District of Texas, 2016
Texas Bar Association, Insurance Law Section
Texas Trial Lawyers Association