Kerri Priddle

About Kerri

Kerri Priddle was born and raised in Saskatchewan. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of Regina in 1998 and her Law Degree at the University of Saskatchewan in 2001. Kerri has worked as a litigation lawyer with boutique personal injury firms in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island, appearing regularly in the BC Supreme Court and the BC Court of Appeal, appearing before both Court Justices and arguing cases before juries. In 2010 she moved her practice to Kamloops. In her free time, Kerri enjoys spending time at her cabin in Clearwater where she can paddle-board, hike and snowshoe year round.


Kerri is a planner and a problem solver: she advises individuals and corporate clients on litigation matters such as personal injury, medical and dental malpractice, employment, estate disputes, human rights breaches and defamation as well as other general litigation matters such as contract disputes. She brings a depth of experience to her legal practice, including:

  • Acting as trial counsel in complex personal injury matters, dealing with traumatic brain and spinal cord injury, soft tissue and orthopaedic injuries, catastrophic losses, medical and employment losses.
  • Providing strategic advice regarding employment disputes and/or by providing advice to employers as to the appropriate steps required to avoid legal disputes.
  • Advising unhappy beneficiaries who may have been wrongfully left out of an estate or given an inappropriate share of an estate.
  • Advocating for clients in mediations and negotiations.
  • Additionally, Kerri regularly participates and presents in seminars relating to tactical issues in litigation, such as trial strategies, expert medical opinion evidence, cross-examination techniques and the preparation of witnesses.


Kerri is a current member of the Law Society of British Columbia, the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, the American Association of Justice (Canadian Caucus) and the Kamloops Bar Association. She regularly speaks at various legal conferences and creates legal information blogs on her website, following a decade of articles in the Connector and a local Radio NL legal information spot. 

From 2019 – 2022, Kerri was named the Chair of the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation Board and had volunteered her time to this great cause for over 8 years making an impact in her community buy helping raise over 30 million dollars to equip the new Phil and Jennie Gaglardi Hospital Tower.  She also acts as a Sessional Professor of Legal Ethics at Thompson Rivers University in the Faculty of Law.