Kambria advises and represents clients in defense of their medical practice as an associate attorney at Hancock Daniel. With a background in insurance defense, Kambria has experience in handling the complexities of defending insurance companies and their insureds. Kambria is passionate about helping people navigate the legal system and ensuring that they feel heard and adequately represented.
Kambria received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and American Studies from Christopher Newport University with minors in Anthropology and U.S. National Security. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Regent University School of Law, and while earning her degree served as Lead Articles Editor for Regent University Law Review and was awarded Best Note during the 2018 Honorable Leroy R. Hassell, Sr. Writing Competition. After graduating from Regent University School of Law, Kambria focused her practice on general civil litigation and, before joining Hancock Daniel, gained significant exposure to, and worked closely with, insurance companies to reach amicable and reasonable solutions to meet client needs.
Christopher Newport University, B.A.
Regent University School of Law. J.D.
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