Jessica Kamish
Senior Associate Attorney
Expertise Overview

Jessica is a senior associate on Gordon Klug and Ashley Nagrodski’s teams, providing defense for insurers and their insureds in a variety of commercial litigation suits. Jessica’s practice focuses on automobile accidents, construction defect, first and third party personal injury, product liability, and uninsured and underinsured motorist cases.

Prior to joining Smith Freed Eberhard, Jessica worked as a civil litigator on both the plaintiff and defense side. She gained experience in the areas of commercial litigation, personal injury, construction defect, eminent domain, professional malpractice, and employment, in addition to federal contract and trespass law.

While attending law school in Washington, D.C., Jessica won awards for her legal writing and oral advocacy skills. Jessica also took the opportunity to intern at the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice, and is proud to have worked as a legal assistant for The Constitution Project’s task force on detainee treatment.

Before beginning her legal career, Jessica worked as an editor for a major publisher in D.C.

Jessica loves to spend her free time cooking, hiking, backpacking, kayaking, skiing, checking out the breweries of Seattle with friends, and introducing visitors to the adventures of the Pacific Northwest.


George Washington University Law, J.D., 2014
George Washington University, B.A., International Affairs and Journalism, 2009

Professional Certification & Accolades

Member, Washington State Bar Association
Member, King County Bar Association

Practice Areas
  • Practice Area
    • Commercial Liability Defense
    • Personal Lines
Bar Admissions
  • Washington
Success Story Automotive Defense General Litigation Motorist Minor Impact Personal Lines The Strategy in Jury Selection: Using Voir Dire to the Defendant’s Advantage Tuesday August 11, 2020 By: Jessica Kamish
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