A graduate from the University of Michigan, Angela is the Paralegal Manager at the Gloor Law Group. Her principal area of focus has been products liability cases in which she supports the attorneys from suit inception through trial. Her main functions include managing plaintiff specific records, both medical and non-medical as well as overall assistance with witness preparation and trial support. Additionally, she has been an active and successful member of the database design group of paralegals at the firm.
Angela assists the attorneys in all areas of civil litigation arising out of products liability in particular cases involving welding rods as well as those involving marine parts and accessories.
Most recently, in November 2010, she was a vital member of the trial team headed by attorney Stephen P. Ellenbecker on a Welding case in Ohio that resulted in a unanimous Verdict for the Defense. Jury deliberations lasted less than 45 minutes.
In 2005, she was an integral part in assisting in the management of the Boren litigation in which a Madison County Illinois jury after a four week trial, ruled for the defense, supporting the belief that there is no causal link between mild steel welding and Parkinson’s disease or any other Parkinson’s – like movement disorder.