About Jack Benmeleh
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Jack Benmeleh leads our practice in first-party insurance litigation and commercial litigation. Jack has successfully handled thousands of property insurance claims and is passionately dedicated to advocating on behalf of underserved insurance policyholders in disputes with large insurance companies nationwide. Mr. Benmeleh takes deep pride in this area of law. He began his career representing property insurance companies and consciously chose to switch sides to help policyholders. He is relentless in the pursuit of justice on behalf of all his clients. His practice ranges from typical homeowner insurance disputes to multimillion-dollar commercial property and condominium claims. Whether your claim is big or small, Jack will personally guide you through the process and fight with vigor.
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Jack is a dedicated husband, father, and philanthropist. He is passionate about supporting the growth of the arts and arts education in South Florida and is an active participant in many local cultural institutions. He earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida and his Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He is admitted to practice before all courts in the state of Florida and is a member of The Florida Bar.
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Levy & Partners is a law firm with offices in Dade and Broward County dedicated to delivering our clients the best legal representation throughout the state of Florida. We are experts in property damage and all facets of civil and commercial litigation. Our attorneys are passionately dedicated to advocating on behalf of our clients with an unwavering dedication to justice. Go ahead and click on any of our attorneys to learn more about their experience and contact information.
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