Kimberly O. Weingart

Attorney

Areas of Practice

• Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Motor Vehicle Collisions
• Construction Site Injuries
• Products Liability

Bar Admissions

Oregon

2009

U.S. District Court

District of Oregon
2014

Education

University of Oregon School of Law

Eugene, Oregon
J.D. – 2006

Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon 

Eugene, Oregon
B.A. with Distinction – 2000

About 

Kimberly O. Weingart

Kimberly is dedicated to actively pursuing justice for injured people and their families who find themselves in need of thoughtful and experienced legal help.

Prior to joining Pickett Dummigan McCall, Kimberly worked as a judicial clerk successively to two judges in Multnomah County, the Honorable Ronald E. Cinniger and the Honorable Stephen K. Bushong. During this time, she learned a great deal about the art of trial practice and effective case presentation before a jury.

Kimberly is an active member of the Oregon State Bar Association, the Multnomah Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, and a Guardian member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. Kimberly supports several local organizations and charities including the Oregon Humane Society, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Dress for Success Oregon, and her local PTA.

Outside of the office, she enjoys skiing, golf, tennis, and coaching in her kids’ sports leagues. Kimberly loves camping and hiking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and relaxes by reading, gardening, and cooking at home. As a mother of two young children, she spends a good deal of her free time crafting and coloring, playing catch, and exploring Portland’s many neighborhood parks.

Professional Associations & Memberships:

• American Association of Justice
• Oregon State Bar Association
• Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
• Multnomah Bar Association

In the Words of Kimberly Weingart’s Clients

“Not only was she knowledgeable about the process and the various laws and statutes relevant to the case we pursued, but also extremely communicative about what to expect as we moved through the process and where the case was.”
-Jon S.

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