Posted on May 10, 2013 in Firm News, Michael A. Hersh
Kelley | Uustal is proud to announce the addition of Michael Hersh to our Fort Lauderdale personal injury law firm. Mr. Hersh is an experienced litigator who has spent the last several years litigating complex commercial and consumer finance cases. At Kelley | Uustal, Mr. Hersh will concentrate his legal practice on personal injury, products liability, and wrongful death.
After graduating Magna Cum Lauda from the University Of Florida Levin College Of Law, Mr. Hersh immediately began building his prestigious litigation career. As a litigation associate with an international law firm, Mr. Hersh represented numerous Fortune 500 companies and became an exceptional litigator. He brings this litigation experience to Kelley | Uustal and will focus his practice on protecting the rights of individuals who have been injured through the negligence of corporations, manufacturers, and other individuals.
Mr. Hersh states “I am driven to make a difference, to make our community a safer place, by protecting the rights of individuals against corporations who cause needless harm in their pursuit of profit.”
Giving back to the community and protecting Broward County individuals is an important part of Mr. Hersh’s legal philosophy. As such, he is a member of the Leadership Broward Class XXXI, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Broward County Bar Association. It is this dedication to the Broward County community that sets him apart from other trial lawyers and makes him an excellent addition to the Kelley | Uustal team.
About the Firm
Kelley | Uustal was established with three core principles in mind: protect and prevent against injuries, pursue justice, and punish intentional wrongdoing. Experienced trial attorneys Robert Kelley and John Uustal are two of the nation’s most successful trial attorneys and their firm has quickly become one of the country’s most prestigious law firms. The firm’s long and distinguished record of success is due largely to their dedication to pursuing “Justice for all.”