Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Plaintiff personal injury lawyer Sean M. Cleary celebrates sixteen years of success in handling a great number of cases and settlements related to tort law.
Sean M. Cleary graduated Cum Laude in 1998 from the Miami School of Law. While still in law school, he was selected as member and officer for the University of Miami Moot Court Board and also participated in the International Moot Court Board and the National Moot Court Team.
Personal injury lawyer Sean M. Cleary has been named a Florida Rising Star three times (2009, 2010, 2011) and was selected for inclusion in the list of Super Lawyers in Florida. He was named a Florida Legal Elite Attorney in 2006, and named one of Florida's Top Up-and-Coming Attorneys.
He began his career in commercial litigation working for a New York law firm Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP, at their Miami office. The next step in his career was at South Florida’s well-known trial law firm Colson Hicks Edison, where he once again proved his talent, commitment and determination.
In 2005, he left Colson Hicks Edison and founded his own plaintiff personal injury law firm, the Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary.
“The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary as a legal institution was a dream come through. This is what hard work meant for me,” stated attorney Sean M. Cleary. “It has been nine years on my own; I can now focus on cases where I can help people by offering the highest quality of legal representation.”
Sean M. Cleary is member of the Dade County Bar Association, the Dade County Justice Association, the Florida Justice Association, the American Association of Justice, the Attorneys Information Exchange Group, and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
About Sean M. Cleary
Sean M. Cleary is a skilled and experienced personal injury lawyer offering legal assistance and professional advice in personal injury cases including auto vehicle accidents, cruise ship accidents, resort accidents, physical/sexual assaults, slip-and-fall accidents, product liability and commercial litigation cases.