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Insurance Litigation Lawyers in Miami, Florida

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Alan Fiedel

Lawyer Alan Fiedel licensed to practice in Florida since 1991
Office: 305-341-2248, 100 Se 2nd St Ste 3800 Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, Miami, FL 33131
Web site: www.wilsonelser.com
PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Health Care Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation, Industrial Development Law

Aldo M. Leiva

Lawyer Aldo M. Leiva licensed to practice in Florida since 1997
Office: 9155 S Dadeland Blvd Ste 1208, Miami, FL 33156
Web site: www.abadinlaw.com/a_leiva.htm
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Insurance Litigation

Alejandro M. Arrieta

Lawyer Alejandro M. Arrieta licensed to practice in Florida since 2006
Office: 305-995-5204, 200 S Biscayne Blvd Ste 4900, Miami, FL 33131
Web site: www.whitecase.com
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Insurance Litigation

Alfredo J. Marquez-Sterling

Lawyer Alfredo J. Marquez-Sterling licensed to practice in Florida since 1984
Office: 200 S Biscayne Blvd Ste 3600, Miami, FL 33131
Web site: www.arnstein.com/attorneyprofiles/MarquezSterlingAJ.htm
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Business Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Amy E. Furness

Lawyer Amy E. Furness licensed to practice in Florida
Office: (305)530-0050, 100 S.E. Second Street, Miami, FL 33131
Web site: www.carltonfields.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Consumer Protection, Insurance Litigation

Ana M. Craig

Lawyer Ana M. Craig licensed to practice in Florida since 1996
Office: (305)530-0050, 4000 International Place, Miami, FL 33131
Web site: www.carltonfields.com/acraig/
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Wills & Probate, Business Law, Consumer Protection, Insurance Litigation, Aviation

Andrea B. Chirls

Lawyer Andrea B. Chirls licensed to practice in Florida
Office: (305)358-7747, 9155 South Dadeland Boulevard, Miami, FL 33156
Web site: www.hinshawlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Professional Malpractice, Labor & Employment Law, Insurance Litigation

Andrew D. Craven

Lawyer Andrew D. Craven licensed to practice in Florida
Office: (305)377-3770, 80 S.W. Eighth Street Suite 2700, Miami, FL 33130
Web site: www.mgtrial.net
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Insurance Litigation

Andrew L. Gordon

Lawyer Andrew L. Gordon licensed to practice in Florida since 1980
Office: 100 S.E. Second Street, Suite 2150, Miami, FL 33131
Web site: www.vpl-law.com/Bio/AndrewGordon.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation

Andrew M. Moss

Lawyer Andrew M. Moss licensed to practice in Florida since 1999
Office: 501 NE 1st Ave, Suite 300, Miami, FL 33132
Web site: www.krblaw.net/our_people/andrew_moss_full_bio.php
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Insurance Litigation
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