September 4, 2015

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Legal Elite Profile: Andrew L. Ellenberg

| 6/24/2013

Practice Areas:

  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Products Liability

Andrew Ellenberg has been a trial lawyer since 1988. His expertise spans the range of cases that make up a plaintiffs’ personal injury/wrongful death practice – representing individuals and families who have suffered catastrophic loss as a result of medical negligence; car, truck, boat and airplane accidents; defective products; and abuse or neglect of vulnerable adults and the elderly. Mr. Ellenberg is rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell. He has been named to Florida Trend’s Legal Elite. He has been included in every edition of South Florida Legal Guide’s Top Attorneys, Florida Monthly’s Best Legal Eagles, and Florida Super Lawyers. Mr. Ellenberg has been included in The Best Lawyers in America since 2009. Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. is ranked ‘Tier 1’ for Medical Malpractice Law and Personal Injury Litigation in Best Law Firms in America.

Needle & Ellenberg, P.A.
1401 Brickell Ave., Suite 900
Miami, FL 33131
(877) 810-2864
aellenberg@needleellenberg.com
www.needleellenberg.com

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