Kristen L. Rexroat

Partner

krexroat@chartwelllaw.com
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(212) 968-2300
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(212) 968-2400
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PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

In-House Counsel Assistance Including Claims & Underwriting File Analysis and Privilege Determination for Non-Party Subpoenas

Admissions

New York

Education

Vanderbilt University

J.D., 2013

University of Kentucky

B.A., summa cum laude, 2010

Kristen Rexroat is a partner in the New York Workers’ Compensation Practice Group, where she defends self-insured employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators. She is dedicated to defending her clients and serving their interests in New York workers’ compensation claims, including representation at hearings, preparing appeals, negotiating settlements and conducting depositions.

Ms. Rexroat has tried numerous cases and made appearances at all of the southern New York hearing points. She has successfully crafted written and oral arguments on behalf of her clients before administrative law judges and the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.  In addition to trials, Ms. Rexroat has conducted many depositions of medical witnesses, given oral arguments before the appeals board and drafted and filed multiple appeals, when necessary.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Rexroat worked at a workers’ compensation plaintiff’s law firm in New York City where she successfully litigated many cases on a daily basis. Ms. Rexroat also previously worked as a public service fellow with the Legal Aid Society in New York City, assisting low-income entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations with transactional legal issues, including corporate governance, contract and employment issues.

While in law school, Ms. Rexroat was an articles editor for the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law and participated in the moot court and mock trial competitions. She also participated in the Civil Litigation Clinic, arguing before administrative law judges on behalf of those who could not afford legal services.

Ms. Rexroat also interned for a small general practice law firm and clerked for a judge at the Marion County Superior Court, where she gained substantial experience in different litigation practice areas.  She also secured an internship with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights in Berlin, Germany, assisting with the organization’s mission of litigating abuses of human rights throughout the world.

Kristen Rexroat is a partner in the New York Workers’ Compensation Practice Group, where she defends self-insured employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators. She is dedicated to defending her clients and serving their interests in New York workers’ compensation claims, including representation at hearings, preparing appeals, negotiating settlements and conducting depositions.

Ms. Rexroat has tried numerous cases and made appearances at all of the southern New York hearing points. She has successfully crafted written and oral arguments on behalf of her clients before administrative law judges and the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.  In addition to trials, Ms. Rexroat has conducted many depositions of medical witnesses, given oral arguments before the appeals board and drafted and filed multiple appeals, when necessary.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Rexroat worked at a workers’ compensation plaintiff’s law firm in New York City where she successfully litigated many cases on a daily basis. Ms. Rexroat also previously worked as a public service fellow with the Legal Aid Society in New York City, assisting low-income entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations with transactional legal issues, including corporate governance, contract and employment issues.

While in law school, Ms. Rexroat was an articles editor for the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law and participated in the moot court and mock trial competitions. She also participated in the Civil Litigation Clinic, arguing before administrative law judges on behalf of those who could not afford legal services.

Ms. Rexroat also interned for a small general practice law firm and clerked for a judge at the Marion County Superior Court, where she gained substantial experience in different litigation practice areas.  She also secured an internship with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights in Berlin, Germany, assisting with the organization’s mission of litigating abuses of human rights throughout the world.

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