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Kimberly N. Ramey

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(813) 281-1900


777 S. Harbour Island Boulevard
Suite 500
Tampa, Florida


Practice Areas

  • Casualty Defense Litigation
  • Construction
  • Coverage Defense
  • Extra-Contractual


  • University of Central Florida
  • Nova Southeastern University
Kimberly N. Ramey is a Partner at Butler Pappas.
Kimberly received her Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida in 2002. She received her Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University in 2007 where she served as Articles Editor for Nova Law Review.

Kimberly is admitted to practice in Florida state courts as well as the Federal Courts for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida. Kimberly's primary areas of practice include third party coverage, bad faith, and liability defense. Most of her coverage work is devoted to commercial general liability coverage disputes and excess/umbrella coverage disputes. Kimberly has substantial experience with risk transfer and allocation issues in multi-party disputes, including complex construction defect litigation.


Case Types

  • Advertising Injury - Coverage
  • Agent/Broker Liability
  • Automobile Claims
  • Bad Faith
  • Business Interruption - Coverage
  • Casualty Defense Litigation
  • CGL
  • Civil Remedy Notices
  • Complex Liability Litigation
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Design
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Drainage
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Excess Claims
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Indemnity Claims
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Roof
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Stucco
  • Coverage - Advertising Injury
  • Coverage - Bodily Injury
  • Coverage - First Party Automobile
  • Coverage - First Party Property
  • Coverage - Personal Injury
  • First Party Coverage Issues
  • General Liability - Coverage
  • Malicious Prosecution
  • Motor Vehicle Claims
  • Personal Injury - Coverage
  • Personal Injury Protection
  • PIP
  • Standard Liability
  • Third Party Coverage Issues
  • Third Party Liability