Kimberly Jorgenson joined the Browning Law Firm in 2023 after working as a Paralegal in Civil and Commercial Litigation. Originally from Panama City, Florida, she moved to Crestview in 2012 for her marriage to a military servicemember.
Kimberly studied at Troy University for her bachelor’s degree of science with a major in Criminal Justice and minor in Legal Studies. During a 3-year TDY to Fort Bragg for her husband, she studied and received her Paralegal certification from East Carolina University. Beginning her career in Immigration Family Law and trial support, she found her niche in civil litigation and a passion for criminal defense. Since 2016, she has become well-versed in civil litigation, personal injury, criminal defense, and commercial litigation. Kimberly also fills her time with charitable organizations. She is a member of the Daughters of the Nile Shriner’s organization, as well as the Green Beret Foundation (Steel Mags). She is extremely passionate about raising money and awareness for wounded servicemembers and the Shriner’s children’s hospitals.
Family is also a huge part of Kimberly’s life as she is a mother to four wonderful children. She enjoys short excursions to the North Georgia mountains, boating in the warm Florida weather, and spending as much time with her family as she can.