Kathy Ann Wolverton, Esq.


Kathy brings a lifetime of helping people to her dedicated service to our clients. Whether explaining each step of the medical malpractice process, or listening to their fears and concerns, Kathy’s calm and understanding guidance reassures and comforts our medical malpractice clients during some of the most difficult days of their lives.

Kathy’s empathy for others sent her career path in many different directions before she joined the SR Law team. She was a Broadcast Journalism major at Ithaca College, which led her to a career as a television news producer in the Albany area. After years of bringing important new stories to the community, she obtained her law degree from Albany Law School. Kathy joined an Albany law firm where she specialized in education law and public sector labor law, assisting small and large school districts navigate a complex legal landscape. In 2008, Kathy returned to her hometown in upstate New York where she served as the Personnel Director for the City of Oneonta. In 2016, she moved to Long Island with her husband, and joined Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna in 2017.

These wide ranging experiences honed Kathy’s communication and analytical skills, giving her the ability to successfully represent our medical malpractice clients before both the trial and appellate courts.

In addition to zealously advocating for our clients, Kathy has been giving back to her community wherever she’s lived. In the Capital District, she served on the American Cancer Society regional Board of Advisors, including a year as president. While living upstate, she regularly volunteered with WAMC, Northeast Public Radio and served as its Community Advisory Board Chairperson for over 5 years. Here on Long Island, Kathy is an active supporter of the various student groups, athletic teams, faculty and staff at Farmingdale State College, where her husband serves as President. She is an avid reader, dedicated coffee drinker and enjoys baking for friends, family and the campus community.

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