Company: Joe D. Floyd, PA, Law Firm
Location: High Point, North Carolina, United States
Kimberly Hayes Floyd, lawyer for Joe D. Floyd, PA, Law Firm, been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in personal injury law.
For Ms. Floyd, working in the legal field has been something she has wanted to do since she was a child. She has fond memories of being in the second grade going to the courtroom with her dad, a prominent criminal lawyer in North Carolina. She would sit on the lap of the female judge during court proceedings and write on a piece of paper whether she thought the person was guilty or innocent. This experience carved the path for a successful career in law that has now lasted more than 36 years. Ms. Floyd feels honored and privileged to have worked alongside her father at the Joe D. Floyd Law Firm in High Point, NC, since 1985. She focuses her practice on personal injury and matters of workers compensation, where she demonstrates a natural ability to be compassionate, a quality that was instilled in her through her Christian upbringing. She has always put forth a reputation of “Christian first, lawyer second,” which has allowed Ms. Floyd to separate herself from others in the field. “When it comes to personal injury law, you must be able to feel deeply for your client’s situation in order to best serve them,” she shares.
To prepare for her career, Ms. Floyd earned a Bachelor of Science in 1980 and a JD in 1983 from Campbell University. She became admitted to practice law in the state of North Carolina in 1985 and the U.S. District Court for the middle district of North Carolina in 1986. Later, she began practicing in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Ms. Floyd has been extremely involved in her professional community over the years through her work with the High Point Bar Association, where she served as president for one term – an endeavor that she says has been the highlight of her career. In addition, she has held memberships with the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, the Guildford County Bar Association, and the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys. As she looks ahead to the future, Ms. Floyd has no intention of slowing down in her professional pursuits. She plans to continue working in the field of personal injury law and positively influencing the lives of others in the years to come.
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