Krista began her career as a litigation defense paralegal at Brown & James. She then worked as a plaintiff’s personal injury paralegal for Marshall Friedman, P.C., where she managed cases and accompanied attorneys to trials involving injured railroad employees. Following this work at Friedman’s office, she returned to defense work at Farmers Insurance. Krista next worked at Rosenblum, Goldenhersh, Silverstein & Zafft from 2001 through 2008 in both the litigation and corporate departments, where she assisted attorneys with research, discovery, drafting and reviewing documents.
In 2006, Krista began her work as a paralegal at the Schindler Law Firm. Here, she manages files, drafts and reviews documents and discovery, handles scheduling, and communicates with clients and opposing counsel. She obtained her B.A in History and Political Science at Webster University where she also obtained her Legal Studies Certificate.