During her time at Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP, Erin has gained experience in all aspects of the litigation process for construction defect claims, including preliminary investigations, discovery and e-discovery, depositions, settlement negotiations, mediation and motions for summary judgment. More recently, she has focused her practice primarily on the representation of developers and general contractors relative to various risk transfer issues in the commercial general liability context and insurance claim presentation. She also works to secure funding of defense and indemnity for developers and general contractors who are active in Florida.
Erin is a firm believer that hard-work and attention to detail are the keys to success. She also possesses strong, persuasive writing skills which are crucial for the pursuit of her clients’ risk transfer rights. These attributes have proven that Erin is an asset in assisting in additional insured insurance recovery, which has led her to obtain positive results for her clients.
Erin grew up on Long Island, New York. After graduating high school, she moved to Orlando, Florida to attend the University of Central Florida. She graduated from UCF, summa cum laude, with her Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies. While an undergraduate she interned at the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection, in Washington D.C.
She went on to earn her law degree from Barry University School of Law. While in law school, Erin was a clerk for in-house counsel at one of Orlando’s largest hospital systems. She was also the founding Editor in Chief of the Child and Family Law Journal and spent two semesters studying law abroad in Europe.
In her free time, Erin enjoys traveling, watching football, and spending time with her family, friends, and two dogs.