Kevin has practiced employment discrimination, estate and family law since 2002. A 2014 case where he brought an intentional infliction of emotional distress claim on behalf of a wrongfully terminated fast food employee with HIV has been cited in legal textbooks. He has represented disabled veterans in employment discrimination cases based on failure to accommodate their disabilities in federal appeals courts against U.S. government agencies. In a published opinion in 2018, Sanderson established new precedence in Florida, Alabama and Georgia federal courts that federal employees having first received workers compensation benefits can still file and benefit from employment discrimination claims under the Rehabilitation Act (the federal employee ADA equivalent). Kevin is a board member of Disability Rights Florida and a former board chair of a center for independent living. He lives with his wife and daughter in Sarasota, FL.