Diane is a seasoned personal injury paralegal who knows and understands what is needed in order to successfully represent those who need our help. She grew up in Pennsylvania, but has lived in Georgia for almost 20 years. Diane received merit scholarships when she attended Allegheny College in Meadville, PA, where she majored in Political Science and English. Diane earned a Paralegal Certificate from Penn State – Behrend College. Diane and I have worked as a team for nearly 15 years.
Prior to joining The Yashinsky Law Group, Diane was a litigation paralegal for a small personal injury firm in Woodstock. Before that, Diane and I worked together at an in-house litigation defense firm for Progressive Insurance Company. It was there that Diane and I came to realize that we wanted to fight for those who were injured and not the insurance companies whose focus was on limiting their own exposure and, often times, fighting legitimate claims. Along with Diane’s many years of legal experience, she also brings unquestionable integrity, a sharp eye for detail and a proven work ethic that allows her to focus on providing support and compassion to our clients who have been harmed as the result of someone else’s negligent conduct.
She is a facilitator, helping injured clients maneuver through the technical and administrative challenges that arise during the course of an injury case. Diane is involved one-on-one throughout all facets of case management and keeps our clients updated on developments from their initial meeting to settlement or verdict. You will rest assured knowing that she is assisting in making your case a priority and helping us obtain the justice our client’s deserve. In addition to her passion for the work we do, Diane has three children and lives in Kennesaw, Georgia with her husband and youngest daughter.
She enjoys spending time on the Georgia coast, hitting the gym, free lance writing and taking care of her rescued dog and three cats. Diane is an immeasurable part of our team and we are very fortunate to have her.