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Attorney Amber Kauffman handles personal injury cases involving automobiles, commercial trucks, public transportation, pedestrians, motorcycles, scooters, bicycles, dog bites, premises liability, wrongful death, and other negligent injury. Amber grew up in the Midwest and earned her Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis in History. Thereafter, she ventured south to attend law school at the University of Houston Law Center. During law school, Amber gained valuable experience clerking at a nationally known plaintiff’s personal injury law firm. She worked on a class action lawsuit against Tenet Healthcare’s Redding Hospital for unnecessary cardiac procedures and on a defamation lawsuit filed by Vietnam veterans against CNN. Amber graduated with her Juris Doctorate in 2005. She practiced plaintiff’s personal injury and consumer bankruptcy in Houston, and then moved to Durham, North Carolina where she spent 7 years working as a creditor rights litigation attorney. Prior to joining Craig Swapp & Associates, Amber was a Deputy Attorney General with the Idaho Office of the Attorney General. She was assigned to the Idaho State Tax Commission and the Department of Health and Welfare, where she litigated income tax appeals and health facility licensing matters, as well as assisted on bankruptcy cases and with Medicaid recoupment actions. Amber is kind and compassionate and works tirelessly to help her clients get the best possible results from their cases. She is a member of the Texas, North Carolina, and North Carolina bars, and has been admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts, Southern Districts of Texas and Indiana, and the District of Idaho.

Amber lives in Boise with her husband and two children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, hiking, rollerblading, reading memoirs, practicing viola, and snuggling with her miniature longhair dachshunds.