Kelley Kronenberg Adds Three Attorneys Throughout Florida

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FLORIDA—Kelley Kronenberg announces the addition of three attorneys throughout Florida. Christina Mitchelson, Leslie Sloan, and Sunita Smith join the firm as Associates.
Tampa
Mitchelson assists in handling matters related to First Party Property Insurance Defense. Prior to joining the firm, she was a public-school teacher with the Florida Department of Education for 15 years and achieved National Board Certification.
Mitchelson received her Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications from University of Florida where she continued her studies and received a Master of Arts in Elementary Education, cum laude. She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law with a Certificate of Concentration in Elder Law.
Jacksonville
Sloan assists in handling matters related to First Party Property Insurance Defense. Prior to joining the firm, she was an attorney at a national full-service firm where she focused her practice on premises liability, personal injury, and general liability matters. While in law school, Sloan worked as a Law Clerk where she assisted in all aspects of trial preparation representing clients in auto accident claims.
Sloan received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, magna cum laude, from Valdosta State University. She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Florida Coastal School of Law with a certificate in Advanced Writing and Research.
Tallahassee
Smith assists in handling First Party Property Insurance Defense matters. Before joining the firm, she worked at a national law firm, where she gained experience in First & Third-Party property litigation and insurance coverage cases, including the areas of construction, employment, and bodily injury cases.
Smith received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Florida State University. She then earned her Juris Doctor degree from University of the Pacific – McGeorge School of Law. While attending law school, she was certified by the California Bar to represent inmates at Board of Prison Terms hearings.

 

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