Tonya Klein is a paralegal here at McMullin Legal Group. If Anthony is your attorney, odds are that you will deal with Tonya on a regular basis. Tonya loves helping her clients. She takes the time to get to know each one personally so that she can assist in every way possible. As a mother of three, family values are of utmost importance to Tonya. She truly treats each and every client like family. This means that she will take your issues personally. Your problems become our problems when you have Tonya on your side.
Prior to her coming to McMullin Legal Group, Tonya gained over twenty years of experiencing working in the medical field in a variety of capacities. She is an expert at understanding the medical care our injured clients need and she is especially proficient at the complicated world of medical billing. When someone is injured in a car accident, there are several different options of insurance that need to be turned to in the right order or the bills won’t get paid. Tonya’s primary responsibility is to help clients wade through the troubled waters of receiving medical treatment without getting sent to collections as they await their eventual settlements.
Tonya has a great deal of experience in providing home healthcare to patients dealing with serious injuries and illnesses. This experience has helped her develop a great sense of empathy and may be one reason why she is extremely driven to help each person individually the best she can.
Tonya received her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota. She is from that area and graduated high school there as well. Tonya was among the top of her class and was actively involved in various business organizations throughout her time in College.
Tonya is a mother of three beautiful children ages 18, 16, and 13. Her two oldest currently attend Pineview highschool. Tonya is actively involved in supporting her children in all their many extracurricular activities at Pineview High. She and her family love the outdoors. That is one reason they love St. George so much. They moved here three years ago and they can’t get enough of the many hikes and outdoor activities available in Southern Utah. She also loves that St. George shares so many of the community values that she was accustomed to in the Midwest.