Katherine A. Lynch

Kate Lynch was born in Oshkosh, but was raised in Sartell, MN. She is a 2010 graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Administration. She joined the Sigman, Janssen team in April of 2017. Kate first assisted in Worker’s Compensation claims and now supports Attorney Anastasia Burkham in Social Security Disability. She enjoys helping clients in the early stages of their claims; answering questions and assisting in gathering necessary claim information. She strives to make our clients feel at ease knowing they are in the best of hands at often the most difficult of times.

Kate returned to the Valley in 2006 and has made it her home. In her free time, she enjoys spending quality time with family & friends, being outdoors, reading, and traveling.

Staci Roskom

Staci Roskom joined the firm in 1987 as an assistant to Atty. Tom Janssen with focus in both divorce and personal injury law. When Atty. Mark Sewall joined the firm in 1990, Staci was assigned to assist with his personal injury/worker’s compensation practice. Atty. James Pitz joined the firm in 1993, and shortly thereafter Staci began assisting him with his personal injury practice, and she has remained as his assistant since that time. Staci is highly involved with finalizing personal injury settlements, and litigation of personal injury cases.

Staci has always resided in the Fox Valley area. She and her husband, Bryan, have two adult daughters together. In her free time, Staci enjoys traveling with her family, camping, boating, music festivals/concerts and attending various sporting events.

Amy Frank

Amy Frank has been assisting Attorney Mark Sewall on worker’s compensation cases since 1994. With so many years of experience she is extremely knowledgeable and familiar with the entire claims process. She enjoys assisting clients through every step of their claim and loves the satisfaction that comes with helping clients get the benefits they deserve after being injured on the job.