Catherine ("Katie") Tucker, JD
Katie Tucker is a personal injury attorney who specializes in advocating for the rights of individuals who have been seriously injured or killed in Michigan auto accidents, and for the rights of their medical providers.
Katie leads the Sinas Dramis Law Firm’s no-fault medical provider practice group. In that role, she diligently pursues claims for payment from no-fault and other insurers for unpaid charges for treatment rendered to injured patients by a vast array of Michigan medical providers. Katie has represented providers of physiatry, psychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, recreational therapy, vocational therapy, skilled nursing and attendant care services, as well as residential accommodations, in trial and appellate courts across the State. With her tenacious and detailed-oriented approach, she has successfully recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars of unpaid bills for members of the Michigan medical community.
In recognition of her work, Katie was named one of Michigan’s “Up & Coming Lawyers” by Michigan Lawyers Weekly in 2019. In addition, she was recognized among the “Top 40 Under 40” by the Trial Lawyers association in 2019. She has also been named a “Rising Star” by Michigan Super Lawyers for the past three consecutive years (2018, 2019 and 2020).
Born and raised in East Lansing, Katie earned her undergraduate degree, with high honors, in Economics from Michigan State University and her law degree, magna cum laude, from Michigan State University College of Law. With deep roots in Mid-Michigan, she is committed to serving residents in the greater Lansing area, as well as representing clients throughout the State. She was admitted to practice in Michigan in 2012 and sworn in before the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States in 2019.
In addition to working on behalf of her clients, Katie Tucker is active in the Mid-Michigan legal community and has served in various leadership roles since she began her law career in 2012. She served as a longtime board member and President of Ingham County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section and as an ex officio member of both the Ingham County Bar Association and the Ingham County Bar Foundation. For the past several years, she has also served as President of the Mid-Michigan Region of the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan. In these roles, she has organized events, raised funds, and volunteered her time for organizations including Legal Services of South Central Michigan, the Boys & Girls Club of Lansing, Volunteers of America, Cristo Rey Community Center, EVE, and Helping Women Period.