Kyle K. Hardy
Kyle K. Hardy is an associate attorney with the Dozier Law Firm in Albany, Georgia. Kyle is fluent in Spanish and applies his experience as a paramedic and EMS Instructor to his primary practice areas of personal injury, automobile liability, medical malpractice, and workers’ compensation.
Kyle graduated from UCLA with a Biology degree and earned a Dean’s Honors List distinction during pre-med studies. He completed Spanish coursework through “Advanced Grammar and Composition” at UCLA, and he also completed immersive coursework while studying abroad in Granada, Spain. Kyle completed EMT-Basic, Wilderness EMT, and Phlebotomy training at the UCLA Center for Prehospital Care; he also worked as an EMT in South Central Los Angeles, responding to 911 calls. Kyle was hired as a Clinical Instructor by the UCLA Center for Prehospital care and promoted to Senior Clinical Instructor.
Kyle attended paramedic school at Texas A&M (TEEX). While in College Station, Kyle designed and participated in patient care scenarios in “Disaster City” for a full-scale exercise of Texas Task Force 1, he also worked as a Rec Medic and EMS Instructor for Texas A&M. Later, Kyle worked as a paramedic for MedStar responding to 911 calls in Fort Worth. Kyle was selected to the Special Events Team responsible for high-profile medical standby, including TCU Division I sporting events and Texas Motor Speedway races; he also participated in community education and outreach, including school career days and Fort Worth’s “Hands Only CPR” campaign.
Kyle is an Honors Graduate of Savannah Law School, where he earned four CALI awards for the top score in the class. During law school, Kyle worked in Plaintiff firms focusing on medical malpractice and personal injury; he also studied abroad in Santiago de Chile, completing law school coursework entirely in Spanish. Kyle also worked as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable John E. Morse, Jr. in Chatham County Superior Court. There, Kyle worked on cases ranging from a name change to the death penalty. After law school, Kyle worked as a Spanish Review Attorney on eight and nine-figure litigation for an international law firm in Houston, Texas. Prior to joining the Dozier Law Firm, Kyle worked for Defense firms in the Atlanta area, applying his medical background to practice areas of personal injury, automobile liability, and workers’ compensation.
Kyle was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2018 and, outside of work, enjoys spending time with his pandemic pup.
- UCLA, EMT-Basic, 2005
- UCLA, Wilderness EMT, 2006
- UCLA, Phlebotomy, 2008
- UCLA, B.S. Biology, 2009
- Texas A&M, EMT-Paramedic, 2011
- Savannah Law School, J.D. with Honors, 2018