About Robin Richison
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Ms. Richison’s primary practice emphasizes its focus on first-party property and bad faith disputes including pre-suit litigation, trial, and appeals. Her practice ranges in matters from homeowner insurance disputes to multi-million dollar commercial property claims. Prior to representing policyholders, Ms. Richison worked at a statewide insurance defense firm representing and defending nationwide insurance carriers in commercial and insurance litigation. Ms. Richison began her career at the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Office and has extensive experience in criminal law and has defended individuals in numerous criminal trials. Ms. Richison has been selected as a Florida Rising Star by SuperLawyers Magazine in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Ms. Richison’s Education and Accolades
Robin’s experience in court lead to her being selected as a Florida Rising Star by SuperLawyers Magazine, 2017, 2018, and 2019. She has court admissions at the Southern District of Florida.
A., Manga Cum Laude, Saint Peter’s University
D., Roger Williams University School of Law
Significant Representation & Decisions:
Nationwide Insurance Company of Florida v. Nelson, 83 So. 3d 863 (Fla. 5th DCA 2012)
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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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