“I am a small person (5’0”) but it never occurred to me that I was too small, too female, too average or anything else to put a limit on what I could achieve. I always had the fight and the will to succeed. If I had stopped working long enough to wonder if I was big enough, smart enough, or tough enough I wouldn’t have attained some of my accomplishments,” says Kay Van Wey, Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer, Patient Safety Advocate, and founder of Van Wey, Presby & Williams, Trial Law Firm.

Self-described “small” people often find themselves instrumental in determining the outcome of very big events. Van Wey is a prime example.  Read the full article on the AALM website.

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Kay Van Wey - Feature Article AALM, Small by Mighty