Katherine Soublis Jensen represents insurers, self-insured employers and third-party administrators in defending workers’ compensation matters throughout Georgia. Katherine has defended numerous claims on behalf of staffing agencies, retailers, hotels, restaurants, manufacturers, nursing facilities, transportation companies and construction companies. Representing a wide range of clients, from small family-owned companies to multibillion dollar corporations, she works to ensure that her clients’ rights are protected.
Katherine also handles subrogation litigation against third-party tortfeasors in state and superior courts. She has significant experience handling all aspects of litigated and non-litigated cases, including cases at the appellate level.
Whether handling a small workers’ compensation claim or one worth hundreds of thousands in exposure, Katherine ensures that employers have a valid posted panel of physicians and that they understand their rights under the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act.
Katherine also defends claims involving willful misconduct, aggravation injuries, idiopathic injuries, catastrophic injuries and injuries involving complex neurological and psychiatric issues.
As a first-generation American and the daughter of small-business owners, Katherine has first-hand experience and understands the concerns of employers can be both monetary and personal.
Katherine’s personal experiences have taught her the value of hard work and dedication, and this understanding of tireless advocacy and commitment to her clients has propelled her success in the legal industry.
Before joining Swift Currie in 2011, Katherine served as an assistant district attorney for in DeKalb County under the Georgia Third-Year Practice Act. She graduated, cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law and, magna cum laude, from the University of Georgia.
- Atlanta Bar Association
- Georgia Association of Women Lawyers
- State Bar of Georgia
- Webinar, 08.25.2020
- Webinar, 12.14.2017
- Daily Report, 10.13.2021
“Psychological Claims Driving You “Crazy?” . . . Swift Currie Can Help,” 2018 Swift Currie Client Seminar, September 2018
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- Georgia Supreme Court
University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., 2011)
University of Georgia (2007)