Andrew Needle from the Law Offices of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Florida Bar. He attended Cornell University, then the University of Miami, where he graduated cum laude in 1977. He then went on to work for an elite personal injury and medical malpractice law firm in Florida, where he gained valuable experience.
Mr. Needle is now recognized not only as an incredibly successful trial lawyer, but he is also an author and lecturer. He is a charter member of the Miami Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, which is a trial lawyer organization that is dedicated to ensuring the preservation of the civil justice system. Admission to this Chapter is done through peer recognition and experience.
Andrew Needle has a lot of experience in trial law in his past. First, he is a seasoned writer. He was an editorial consultant to Matthew Bender Law Books and also wrote “Post Trial Motions” Florida Civil Trial Practice, Chapter 18, Eleventh Edition. He was also a member of Florida Bar’s Board of Governors for six years, which comes up with law policy and discipline for Florida lawyers under the Florida Supreme Court. Mr. Needle is a very influential figure in his field of personal injury law, and will continue to fight for the rights of his clients as well as assist in trying to pass laws that will benefit the community as a whole.
Finally, Andrew Needle was named a top medical malpractice, personal injury, and wrongful death lawyer in South Florida by the “South Florida Legal Guide.” The South Florida Business Journal has also named him a “Heavy Hitter” in healthcare law every year since it began. Mr. Needle is a highly sought after lawyer and has been featured in many other law magazines and journals throughout his career.
For more information or to speak with a personal injury lawyer in Miami, FL, contact Needle & Ellenberg, PA today.
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