Crime Victims

Alexandria Kincaid is an experienced and well-respected trial lawyer dedicated to serving clients who have suffered injuries resulting from criminal conduct, negligence, and cases where both forms of wrongdoing are present.

Her experience in both criminal and civil cases enables her to better understand the complicated and often sensitive dynamics of cases where clients have suffered as a result of intentional criminal conduct, or wrongdoing as the result negligence.

Crime victims have rights and remedies that are not always best served in the criminal justice system, but can be helped through the civil system where they are individually represented by a private attorney.  Victims of crime may seek justice through our civil justice system. Actions may be brought against individuals, institutions, and companies that acted or failed to act in a manner preventing the victimization in the first place.

As a former elected District Attorney, Alexandria is experienced and sensitive to the often painful journey that victims travel through in their pursuit of accountability and justice. She has represented victims in civil and criminal matters involving death, sexual abuse, serious physical, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Alexandria is not afraid to take on the tough cases. As a prosecutor who tried cases ranging from aggravated murder to sex abuse to burglary, she is particularly well equipped to be her clients’ voice in the courtroom standing up for her their rights. In addition to being her county’s top prosecutor, she has also helped litigate complex civil cases including those involving wrongful death, medical malpractice, and sexual abuse cases.

Alexandria’s commitment to public safety and support of the law involvement community results in excellent relationships with nationally known and respected investigators. These detectives with decades of experience ensure a thorough investigation of the facts.

She is committed to continuing her work of enabling victims and their families to find a measure of closure and justice. Treatment and counseling is often critical in healing the wounds of victimization in cases including:

  • Wrongful Death resulting from intentional murder or vehicular homicide resulting from an intoxicated driver.
  • Serious Physical Injury resulting from an intentional or negligent conduct ranging from an intentional assault to injuries sustained from being struck by an intoxicated driver.
  • Sexual Abuse involving the intentional harm caused by rape, child molestation, and sexual assault.