Law Practice

Kyle’s practice focuses on tort litigation including premises liability, products liability, professional liability, personal injury, and dram shop law. Kyle has also represented general contractors and subcontractors in construction cases. Kyle has both arbitration and trial experience, and achieved a defense verdict in a Washington tribunal on behalf of a general contractor after a four day trial. He has also achieved early dismissal for his clients through summary judgment motions on premises liability, product liability, and common law negligence claims in Oregon Circuit Court. When cases haven’t been dismissed early, Kyle has achieved favorable results for his clients in binding and non-binding arbitration.

Construction Services & Litigation
  • Representation of general contractors and subcontractors defending alleged construction defects
  • Defense of construction companies in administrative and tribunal settings
Personal Injury and Property Damage Liability
  • Pre-Litigation Investigation
  • Wrongful Death Representation
  • Court-Annexed Arbitration
  • ORS 20.080 Defense
  • Defense of Underinsured Motorists Claims
  • Defense of Uninsured Motorists Claims
  • Motor Vehicle Defense  In Both Washington and Oregon Courts
  • Trucking Accident Investigation and Defense
  • Slip and Fall Defense
  • Premises Liability Defense
  • Dram Shop Defense
Product Liability
  • Pre-Litigation Investigation
  • Wrongful Death Representation
  • Defense of Personal Injury claims in Washington and Oregon

Kyle received his law degree from the University of Oregon in 2017. He completed his bachelor’s degree in English and Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Denver in 2014.

Kyle is admitted to the Oregon and Washington State Bars, as well as the United States District Court for the District of Oregon.


OADC Product Liability Group, Vice President


When not in the office or the courtroom, Kyle prefers to be outdoors with his friends and family. He is an avid skier, average runner, and atrocious golfer.