Kevin Hook is an Associate at Kent/McBride, P.C. in the Workers’ Compensation practice group. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Temple University, Kevin earned his law degree from the Rutgers University School of Law at Camden, where he received Dean’s List honors and was a member of the Hunter Advanced Moot Court, earning a Top Brief award.
Directly after graduating from law school, Kevin served as a law clerk for Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas judge, the Honorable Michael J. Perezous. After leaving the clerkship, and before joining Kent/McBride, P.C., he litigated workers’ compensation, general negligence, and employment matters in private practice.
Kevin’s practice with KM involves the representation of employers, self-insured companies, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation defense matters.
Rutgers University School of Law at Camden, effective ( J.D. 2002)
Temple University (B.A.)
US District Court, Eastern District of PA