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Nina Jacobs joined the firm in February 2010 as an Associate. Mrs. Jacobs focuses her practice on counseling, defending, and litigating matters for national and local insurance carriers throughout the state of Florida. She assists clients in the investigation of claims, provides coverage opinions and litigates first party and third party insurance claims.


Throughout her career, Mrs. Jacobs has represented a variety of clients in insurance disputes involving personal injury, wrongful death, theft, hurricane, arson, uninsured motorist and personal injury protection claims. Mrs. Jacobs has extensive experience in pre-suit fraud investigations, taking examinations under oath and preparing coverage evaluations of automobile and homeowner’s insurance claims. She has litigated both first and third party suits from inception through verdict in state courts.


While in law school, Mrs. Jacobs served as Supreme Court Justice for the Student Bar Association. A summer intern, she worked with the Miami office of U.S. Housing and Urban Development researching and preparing legal opinions involving HUD programs. As a law student, Mrs. Jacobs received various book awards in International Criminal Law, Administrative Law and Florida Constitutional Law.


University of Miami, School of Law, J.D., 2001, cum laude
Duke University, A.B., 1995.

Court Admissions

Florida State Courts


Associate, Wood|Bronstein (June 2009-February 2010)
Associate, Maltzman Foreman (June 2008-April 2009)
Associate, Green, Murphy & Murphy, P.A. (January 2007- June 2008)
Associate, Bernstein, Chackman & Liss, P.A. (September 2003- December 2006)
Member, Dade County Bar Association
Member, FIFEC

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