Personal Injury Law
Social Security Disability
Property Damage Claims
Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator
Federal District Court, Middle District, Florida
Federal District Court, Southern District, Florida
11th Circuit Court of Appeals
J.D. (cum laude), Touro Law School, New York, 1994
B.A. Social Sciences (summa cum laude), Dowling College, New York, 1991.
While in law school, Ms. Marcell participated in several clinical programs where she represented claimants seeking Social Security disability; she also participated in a domestic violence clinic seeking Orders of Protection for battered spouses. Ms. Marcell was also the research assistant to the Clinical Programs Director at her law school. After sitting for the New York and New Jersey Bar Examinations in 1994, Ms. Marcell then relocated to Florida to be with family and sat for the Florida Bar Examination in February of 1995, and was admitted to Florida in June of 1995. While studying for the Florida Bar, Ms. Marcell worked as a research attorney for a personal injury firm.
Since being admitted to the Florida Bar, Ms. Marcell practiced law in Clearwater, Florida at a personal injury firm where she represented the interests of plaintiffs. In addition to personal injury claims, she represented the interests of injured workers and disabled claimaints.
Ms. Marcell then relocated to Orlando in 1996 and worked once again in a plaintiffs' firm in downtown Orlando practicing personal injury law and Social Security disability law.
In 1999, Ms. Marcell joined the Garfinkel Trial Group as an associate, and since that time she has focused her practice on the plaintiff's side and has represented those in medical malpractice claims, personal injury, workers compensation, disability, property damage insurance claims, hurricane damage claims and first party insurance claims in general.
Florida Bar New York Bar Association Orange County Bar Association Member of the National Police Accountability Project (NPAP)
Carmen Santiago v. Marriot (Workers Compensation Decision by Florida Supreme Court)