Kristina J. Kamler

Partner

Kristina Kamler practices insurance coverage and defense litigation across all lines – concentrating on construction defect, transportation, contract disputes, and Medicare/Medicaid. Representing insurance companies, self-insured corporations, small businesses, and individuals, she is well versed in defending claims from inception to final resolution.

Kamler is a member of the Nebraska State Bar Association Civil Practice and Procedure Committee and was an editor of the association’s 2016 Civil Practice and Procedure Manual. She also authored the firm’s compendium for settling claims in accordance with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act.

Practice Areas
General Liability/Insurance Defense

  • Insurance coverage and defense

Specialty Areas

  • Construction defect
  • Transportation

Insurance Coverage

  • Contract disputes
  • Medicare/Medicaid
Admittance
  • Iowa
  • Nebraska
  • Illinois (inactive status)
  • U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Iowa
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Iowa
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th District
Education
  • University of Nebraska Lincoln, B.A. Journalism
  • Creighton University School of Law, J.D. (cum laude)

Senior Associates

Jacob A. Enenbach

Senior Associate

Jacob Enenbach practices in the firm’s civil litigation group. He diversifies in a variety of issues including insurance defense, dramshop liability, products liability, wrongful death, and commercial vehicle and transportation accidents. Mr. Enenbach also has extensive knowledge in coordinating with a nationwide network of professionals to assists in OSHA and on-site investigations.

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Jessica R. Voelker

Senior Associate

Jessica Voelker has been practicing law for over twenty years with a primary focus of workers’ compensation defense. She spent ten years working as in-house counsel for one of the nation’s largest insurance carriers giving her specialized and unique insight into the claims handling process. In 2020, Jessica was successful in upholding the apportionment doctrine in Picard v. P&C Group 1, 306 Neb. 292 (2020). Jessica has presented at the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Seminar. She speaks Spanish and French fluently.

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