Brief info

Tammy Kearns is a partner at the Van Camp Law Firm, an experienced law office specializing in workers’ compensation cases in Missouri. Tammy earned her bachelor’s degree at Central Methodist University and then graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law. Tammy has dedicated her legal career to helping others. She began her career in private practice, where she represented clients in family law matters and helped clients find relief from their creditors under the bankruptcy code. Most recently, Tammy was a Senior Counsel for the Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration where she practiced administrative law and worked to protect some of Missouri’s most vulnerable citizens. Since joining the Van Camp Law Firm in 2017, Tammy has continued to focus on helping people, specifically injured workers throughout the state. Tammy has experience representing clients in complex cases and has practiced before state and federal courts and administrative tribunals. Tammy is a member of the Missouri Bar, Cole County Bar Association, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, and Women United. Tammy is a trusted Missouri legal counsel and advocate for those needing work-related injury representation.

2010, Missouri
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri

Central Methodist University, B.A. 2007
Oklahoma City University School of Law, J.D. 2010

Missouri Bar Association
Cole County Bar Association
Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA)
Women United

Workers’ Compensation
Work-Related Injury Law

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