Kalyn Hoyle is an attorney at Mike Slocumb Law Firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he primarily focuses his practice on complex personal injury litigation. He regularly represents victims of serious motor vehicle accidents, including 18-wheeler and motorcycle crashes. Driven by a passion for public service, Mr. Hoyle chose the practice of law as a means to bring about a positive change in the lives of the people he serves.
A native of North Carolina, Mr. Hoyle is a proud graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication. During his time at North Carolina A&T State University, he worked as an editor at the A&T Register and an editorial assistant at the Greensboro News and Record.
Mr. Hoyle went on to earn his J.D. from Howard University School of Law, where he interned at the District of Columbia Superior Court for small claims Judge Rahkel Bouchet and protected members of the investing public as a legal honors intern in the Division of Enforcement at the Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters. Mr. Hoyle recently obtained his LL.M. degree in Finance and Securities Regulation at the Georgetown University Law Center.
Mr. Hoyle’s approach to personal injury law involves building trust and advising clients on the best course of action to maximize their health and financial recovery. He is known for his diligence and competence, key factors in achieving favorable outcomes. He communicates with his clients with respect and dignity in normal conversations as he would speak with a friend and is willing and open to answering all questions. Mr. Hoyle focuses on working cooperatively with others, with a willingness to exhaust all resources to solve complex problems.
One of the defining moments in his career was when Mr. Hoyle protected investors by investigating insider trading and securities fraud cases as a legal honors student in the Division of Enforcement at the Securities and Exchange Commission. He was able to take action to redress the harm done to investors and address the conduct of unscrupulous financial professionals who took advantage of innocent people.
Mr. Hoyle is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia. He is passionate about professional basketball and football and enjoys spending his free time watching and attending games.