A lawyer hated by bad insurance companies and bad cops…
Kenneth Udoibok, a partner with UTH, represents individuals and organizations in insurance coverage disputes, police brutality and criminal defense. Kenneth has an extensive state and federal litigation practice. Kenneth loves his reputation of being one of the most despised lawyers by bad insurance companies and bad cops. Insurance companies notorious for delaying and denying claims hate Kenneth. Bad cops known to abuse citizens want Kenneth off their backs. Why? Kenneth is a tough and relentless advocate for his clients. Bad cops and bad insurance companies should never be comfortable abusing people.
Kenneth returns to private practice from serving as a Deputy County Attorney and Head of Division with the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office in Duluth, Minnesota.
When he is not in court or doing legal work, he trains organizations to increase employee productivity through diversity and cultural competency training. The ever increasing internationalization in our economic, political, and social arenas compel organizations to develop greater understanding of interpersonal and cross-cultural contact.
Prior to UTH, Kenneth was a partner with Smith & Udoibok, P.A., where he practiced in civil and criminal litigation. He had also served as a college instructor and labor relations representative for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
Before entering the law practice, Kenneth began his career as a photojournalist for both KSTP-TV 5 and KARE-TV 11, and worked in the Minnesota State Senate as a media technician. Kenneth graduated from William Mitchell College of law in 1995.
Kenneth’s credentials as a community leader include work as an ordained pastor for the Apostolic Church and service in various civic organizations such as the New American Forum, The Minnesota Advocate for Human Rights, and the St. Paul Charter Commission. The Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, and various other newspapers and magazines frequently publish Kenneth’s articles on civil rights, education, immigration, race, and trade.
Kenneth is a member of the American Bar Association, American Association for Justice, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers, and Minnesota State Bar Association.
Kenneth is married and the father of two sons.