Geraldine joined the Las Vegas office of Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP in 2022. Her practice areas include general liability, insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, and personal injury litigation. Prior to joining KNCH, she represented insurers, employers, and third-party administrators on defense and subrogation matters regarding workers compensation claims.
Geraldine’s work ethic is derived from understanding the delicate balance between motherhood and her career, which dictates that perseverance, dedication, conscientiousness, and meticulous attention to detail come naturally. The experience of challenges and adversity have helped shaped her approach to negotiation, strategy, and effective communication. These skills aid Geraldine’s commitment to achieve the best possible outcomes for her clients in all stages of claims and litigation.
Born and raised in Guam, she attended the University of Guam and earned her B.A. in English with an emphasis in Literature. As a writer, Geraldine took on roles as a copy editor, communications director, and news reporter for some time before relocating from Guam. While attending Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Geraldine assisted with editing “Contracts: A Modern Coursebook” by Ben Templin as well as e-book material for a Criminal Procedure course.
Outside of work, Geraldine can be found spending time with her family and smothering her Scottish-fold cat, Machiavelli. She maintains an active lifestyle and is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.