Kylee L. Gloeckner
Kylee specializes in personal injury litigation, and works on the behalf of clients to obtain the compensation they deserve for their injuries. She is a proud Nevadan and has been a Nevada resident her entire life. Kylee earned her Juris Doctorate degree from UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law. While in law school, she externed for the Honorable Gloria J. Sturman, District Court Judge for the Eighth Judicial District Court in Clark County, Nevada and was a member of the Nevada Law Journal.
Kylee is committed to allowing her client’s voice to be heard through her own, and she is dedicated to advocating for her clients who may not have a voice to fight against powerful insurance companies and corporations.
Kylee values personally meeting with each client and helping her clients get through any tough times they may be experiencing. She strives to stand by her client’s side throughout the whole process of litigation and tirelessly works to get every client what they want and deserve.
Prior to representing injured people and joining Nettles|Morris, Kylee gained experience as an insurance defense Attorney, defending some of the largest hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. While working for insurance companies and large corporations, Kylee realized she wanted to be able to make a difference in peoples’ lives instead of helping big businesses. Her experience has provided her with an invaluable background in general liability cases and has enabled her to better represent victims in personal injury matters.
Kylee is an active member of Nevada Justice Association, Southern Nevada Association for Women Attorneys, and the American Inns of the Court.
Kylee grew up on a cattle ranch in the rural community of Lincoln County where she graduated from Lincoln County High School. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Dixie State University in Saint George, Utah and worked as a wildland firefighter for the Bureau of Land Management throughout college. In her spare time, Kylee enjoys all outdoor activities, traveling, spending time with her family and friends, and going back to Lincoln County to help on the ranch.