Katelyn Hutchison is an associate with the firm, and concentrates her practice on investigating insurance fraud committed by healthcare providers. She also defends policy holders in third party automotive and general liability claims, specializing in claims that are suspicious or fraudulent in nature. Katelyn works diligently in drafting pleadings, motions, preparing discovery and exhibits for trial, and handling cases at the arbitration level. Katelyn’s goal is to zealously represent clients and provide resourceful solutions to challenging issues in order to achieve the best resolution possible.
Prior to joining Goldberg, Miller & Rubin, Katelyn was an associate at a New Jersey law firm and practiced workers’ compensation defense. Katelyn regularly appeared in court on behalf of clients, arguing motions, conferencing cases before the judges, and taking testimony.
Katelyn graduated with honors from Temple’s Beasley School of Law with a certificate in trial advocacy. She was the recipient of the Norman A. Hegge SEPTA Clinical Award, the Victor A. Jaczun Award for excellence in trial advocacy, and the National Order of Barristers Award for excellence in moot court oral advocacy. Additionally, Katelyn was a member of both the Moot Court Honor Society and the National Trial Team, leading her teams to victories at several national competitions and taking home the award for Best Oral Advocate at the UNC Moot Court Competition. She also completed a civil litigation clinic, which allowed her to take several depositions and take the lead on several arbitrations on behalf of SEPTA prior to graduating.
When she is not practicing law, Katelyn enjoys spending time with her family and friends and working out at her CrossFit gym. Katelyn also has a passion for Broadway musicals and craft beer, having worked at her hometown brewery, Victory, before attending law school.