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Kimberly Sayre - Senior Counsel

Kimberly Sayre is Senior Counsel at Tyson & Mendes’ Phoenix office. Her practice focuses on catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases. She has been practicing exclusively in the area of personal injury litigation for 25 years.

Ms. Sayre is board certified in personal injury and wrongful death by the State Bar of Arizona. She has been lead counsel in over 38 jury trials in Maricopa County. She has argued in front of the Arizona Court of Appeals and successfully argued a case in front of the Arizona Supreme Court.

Ms. Sayre obtained her J.D. from St. Thomas University School of Law in 1994. She obtained her B.A. in sociology from The University of Florida in 1991. In 2019, she was nominated and admitted into the American Board of Trial Attorneys (ABOTA).

In her free time, Ms. Sayre enjoys time with her children. She also enjoys cooking, traveling and rooting for Florida Gator football.

Recent Posts

Maricopa County Superior Court Creates Certified Arbitrator Program in Response to COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, Maricopa County Superior Court recently announced a new program designed to help move cases to resolution during this unprecedented time. The Certified Arbitrator Program is the result of research conducted by various task forces who studied measures across departments to make court operations and procedures more efficient and responsive. This program allows the parties to any case where the amount in controversy is between $50,001 and $300,000…

Motions to Extend Time for Service Need Closer Consideration

Supreme Court of Arizona addresses conflict between rules for extension of service under Rule 4(i) and its interplay with Rule 6(b), the general rule for extending time.

Stronger Protection for Proprietary Commercial Insurance Documents

Protection for proprietary commercial documents just got stronger in Arizona. The Court of Appeals’ recent decision in Center for Auto Safety v. Goodyearexpressly rejected the old “compelling reasons” standard and instead required a showing of “extraordinary circumstances”.

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