Paralegal and Office Manager
Margaret Masters is originally from Mississippi and has also lived in Louisiana and Georgia. She has more than 28 years of experience working with law firms in each of those states. For the past 16 years, she has been employed by Ashenden & Associates as paralegal, bookkeeper, and office manager. She has personally seen throughout the years that Ashenden & Associates has helped countless individuals who have been wrongfully injured due to the negligence of others. The part of her job that she enjoys most is the opportunity to get to know clients and hopefully be of service to them.
Kim Lamb is a disabled veteran who grew up as an “Army brat.” She has lived in Germany, Korea, Hawaii and around the U.S. When her father retired from the military in 1991, the family moved to Georgia. After graduating from high school Kim followed her twin sister into the military: she went Army like her dad and her twin went into the Navy. After her 4 years of service, she was medically discharged. She moved to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Spanish and becoming the first person in her family to earn a college degree. She later obtained her Paralegal Certification through Emory University. She has 9 years of experience working with Atlanta law firms. As a paralegal she loves to research and work all the different aspects of each case. Kim has two mottos: “kindness is free, sprinkle it everywhere,” and “adopt not shop.” Kim’s family is everything to her.
Janine Higgins is a Certified Paralegal with a Master’s in Paralegal studies from The George Washington University’s ABA approved Paralegal Program. She was inducted into the National Paralegal Honor Society, Lambda Epsilon Chi, and has been in the legal field for several years. She enjoys the results of hard work and helping clients through challenging situations. Oftentimes clients who have been injured are unaware of how to deal with insurance companies while trying to recuperate from their physical and emotional trauma. Janine enjoys serving as the client’s advocate so they can focus on what is most important–healing.