For the past 21 years, Edye Hill has litigated both general and complex civil litigation cases including bodily and property injury defense, catastrophic injury defense, and employment law. Her specialty is in law and motion work and appeals. Edye heads up and runs the firm’s law and motion and appellate practices.
Edye is known as an effective and detail-oriented law and motion attorney. She understands the importance of procedure and substance so that motions can impact the course of litigation from the inception of a case through trial and after judgment.
Edye spent a decade in civil litigation defense representing individuals and entities in various personal injury matters for a small private firm. She then gained a new perspective with plaintiff-side employment litigation for a few years.
Edye returned to the insurance defense side several years ago, working primarily on personal injury, catastrophic injury, and premises liability matters for a mid-sized, multi-state law firm as a law and motion attorney. She served as a second chair for several trails. She argued numerous pre-trial and post-trial motions all over California in trial courts and appellate courts.
- Automobile and Homeowner Bodily Injury and Property Damage Claims
- Commercial General Liability
- American University Washington College of Law, JD, 2002
- Allegheny College, BA, 1999
- State Bar of California 2002
- United States District Courts 2002
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