Ken has more than 15 years experience as a paralegal, and has worked side-by-side with clients who have experienced medical and personal tragedies: from catastrophically injured, brain-damaged children to paralysis and wrongful deaths. He is adept at serving on the front line, investigating the claims from the initial injury stage through trial and resolution. As a medical negligence paralegal, Ken researches and recruits the world’s best experts on behalf of Clark Fountain’s clients while communicating with the client’s doctors and other health care providers.
In addition to his legal background, Ken has a unique insight into the political side of the law, which often affects medical malpractice issues. He was appointed by the White House during President George H. Bush’s administration to serve as a special assistant working for the U.S. Department of Labor. Prior to that, he worked with former Tennessee Senator and Chief of Staff, Howard H. Baker.
He is an avid cyclist and supporter of the local community, and combines those two passions to participate in many local charity rides. For the past four years, he has cycled in the SMART Ride, a 165-mile, 2-day fundraising bicycle ride from Miami to Key West to benefit the Comprehensive AIDS Program of Palm Beach County (CAP). He and his teammates are among SMART Ride’s top fundraisers.