Originally from Plainview, New York, Brooke has lived in Florida for most of her life. She attended Tulane University where she obtained a degree in English in 1994. Upon graduation, Brooke entered the University of Florida College of Law where she earned her law degree in 1998.
Brooke Perez has focused her entire legal career on helping those in need. Right out of law school, Brooke became an Orange County Public Defender to defend the rights of those unable to afford to hire an attorney. After gaining valuable courtroom and trial experience, Brooke entered into the area of Workers’ Compensation. After two years of defending employers and insurance companies, Brooke decided to help the injured.
Since 2002, Brooke has represented injured workers all over the state of Florida. In 2003, Brooke was named “Rookie of the Year” by the Florida Workers’ Advocates for her dedication to the fight for injured workers. Now, as a seasoned Workers’ Comp practitioner, Brooke continues to protect the rights of Floridians injured on the job. When Brooke is not working, she can be found spending time with her son and volunteering. Dedicated to helping others, Brooke holds leadership roles in several local not for profit organizations.
Personal injury cases involve a lot of work on the part of the attorneys in order to have a successful outcome. That requires time and planning. Additionally, all states have a statute of limitations that limits the amount of time you have to make a claim. If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s important to act swiftly. Seek medical attention immediately and then contact the skilled and diligent attorneys at Bernheim Kelley Battista, LLC for a free consultation.
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