Meet a team that’s more interested in hearing your story than telling you theirs. A team that can guide you through any uncertainties you may feel about what to do next. And a team that will passionately share your story in a way that gets heard—and gets results. When you’re unsure about where to turn next, Todd Klapatauskas and team can be there for you.
Todd Klapatauskas is married to his college sweetheart, Kathleen. They have four children, Charlie, Abigail, Leah and Madilyn. Todd has committed his practice to helping those who have been injured, harmed and wrongfully accused. Todd has fought for his clients in over 100 jury trials.
Natalia grew up on her family farm in western Iowa. She graduated from the University of Iowa, where she was also a member of the women’s rowing team. She received her J.D. from the University of Iowa in 2003. Prior to joining Reynolds and Kenline in 2007, Natalia worked as a staff attorney at Iowa Legal Aid. She has conducted training sessions on legal topics related to domestic violence for attorneys, members of the judiciary and the community. She has worked as a part-time prosecutor handing domestic assault, sexual assault and juvenile cases. She now focuses her practice primarily on representing injured, abused and harmed individuals. She is a certified mediator and enjoys helping people resolve their differences through alternative dispute resolution. She previously served as chairwoman of the Iowa State Bar Association Young Lawyer's Division Domestic Abuse Committee , vice-chair of the Dubuque/Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence, is a member of the Iowa Supreme Court’s Task Force on Domestic Violence, past president of the Dubuque County Young Lawyer's Division and past board member of Dubuque County Empowerment.
Ingrid grew up on a farm in rural Southwest Wisconsin where she currently resides with her husband and children. Ingrid graduated from Luther College in 2006 with a B.A. in Business Management and then went on to complete an ABA-approved post-baccalaureate Certificate with honors from the Institute for Paralegal Studies, Loyola University Chicago in 2009. Ingrid has been dedicated to the area of plaintiff personal injury since 2010 and began working for Reynolds & Kenline in 2013 where she has had the opportunity to work on a variety of cases. Outside of work, Ingrid enjoys reading, helping out on the farm and spending time with her family and friends.
Amy grew up and currently lives in Dubuque. Amy graduated from NICC in 2005 with an AA in Legal Assistant/Paralegal. Amy has worked on a variety of cases since 2006 when she began working for Reynolds & Kenline. In her free time, Amy likes spending time with her family, reading and running.
Matthew was born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa. He graduated from Clarke University in 2008 receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in Music and Business Administration. While at Clarke University, Matthew worked for the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra as the Education Coordinator, the Northeast Iowa School of Music as a beginning level flute instructor, and interned with IMG Artists, L.L.C., in New York, NY. Matthew went on to attend the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, MN. During law school, Matthew was an associate editor for the School’s Journal of Law and Public Policy, a certified student attorney with the School’s Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic, a Research Assistance for the Schoenecker Law Library, an intern with the Dubuque County Attorney’s Office, and a law clerk with Lawson Software, Inc., in St. Paul, MN. Matthew received his J.D. in the spring of 2012.
Zeke grew up on a farm in rural Northeast Iowa, graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. 2009, and received his J.D. from the University of Iowa in the Spring of 2012. While completing his J.D., Zeke interned for the Moline City Attorney and clerked for the Eight Judicial District of Iowa. Zeke was admitted to the Iowa State Bar in 2012 and the Wisconsin State Bar in 2013.