Kelly L. Centofanti is the managing partner of Centofanti Law, S.C. She represents injured persons, and has never worked for insurance companies or other corporate entities. She handles
cases involving medical, legal and other professional negligence, nursing home neglect and abuse, insurance bad faith, motor vehicle and boating accidents, and premises liability.
She has lectured at numerous seminars and Continuing Legal Education programs for lawyers on a variety of substantive and procedural topics throughout Wisconsin. Kelly has taught at Marquette University Law
School and the University of Wisconsin Law School, including several different Trial Skills courses.
She has also served on the faculty of five National College of Advocacy Trial Skills Colleges:
Essentials- Houston, Medical Malpractice- Safety Harbor, Depositions- Atlanta, Direct and Cross Examination,- Phoenix and Knoxville
Kelly has spoken at two American Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA) National Conventions, and was a speaker at the 2002 ATLA "Weekend of the Stars" in New York City.