Attorney Bonnie Navin works to protect individuals and their families in righting the wrongs caused by professional malpractice.
Bonnie attended Nova Southeastern University to obtain her undergraduate degree. She worked in management at major HMO’s and insurance companies where she held positions as Director of Worker’s Compensation and Director of Maritime Managed Care. Bonnie was also a risk manager to the cruise industry with a focus on crew claims and maritime acquisitions throughout the world. She was promoted to the position of Vice President of South Florida Operations for a Florida-based Commercial HMO.
Bonnie attended Nova Southeastern University, Shepherd Broad Law Center where she was the Executive Editor of the Journal of Comparative and International Law, Editor of the Travel Law Journal and a member of the Moot Court Board. While working full time and attending law school in the evening, Bonnie received multiple book awards and was honored as the Dean’s student of the year. She was founder of the Law School Advisors Program worked for the betterment of the students. As a participant of many Moot Court Competitions she realized that she was most comfortable in the courtroom which sparked her interest in becoming a litigator.
“Patients sometimes feel powerless against huge hospitals and giant insurance companies when doctors make lapses in judgment and the standards of care. We help to even those odds.”
Bonnie’s diverse background contributed to her success in a broad spectrum of plaintiff and defense litigation cases. She has tried many complex medical cases and arbitrations on behalf of her clients and provided advice to medical institutions and physicians. Bonnie also has a special interest and knowledge of Equine Law and has represented trainers, agents, buyers and sellers in complex equine matters.
Motivated to help those that need a voice and help them maneuver throughout the litigation system, Bonnie joined Kelley Uustal in 2012. She now represents plaintiffs, primarily those with complex medical malpractice issues and equine law.
- J.D., Magna Cum Laude, Nova Southeastern University
- B.S. with minor in Latin American Caribbean Studies, Nova Southeastern University
Areas of Practice:
- Medical Malpractice
- Wrongful Death
- Complex Case Litigation
- Nursing Home Litigation
- Business Litigation
- Products Liability
- Equine Law – Personal Injury & Commercial Business
- The Florida Bar
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District; Northern District; and Middle District
Awards & Recognition:
- Order of the Barrister
- National Deans List for Law Students 2000
- Journal of Comparative and International Law, Executive Editor
- Travel Law Journal, Editor
Professional Associations & Leadership:
- Broward Bar Association
- Member – Florida Bar – Grievance Committee
- Legal Assistance to the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign War
- Woman’s Auxiliary American Legion