Sarah is an associate in the Orlando office of Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP. Her primary focus is handling construction litigation and construction defect matters.
She is passionate about mastering the skills needed for success in her field. Sarah strives for perfection in all aspects of her work, whether it be advocating for her client’s rights or conducting extensive legal research to identify best solution for her client’s legal issues. She firmly believes that no dream is unattainable behind the proper work ethic.
Sarah is native to Orlando, Florida where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida. She went on to work as a paralegal at a nationwide law firm where she learned the basics of working in a law office and advocating for clients. Sarah then pursued her law degree at Florida A&M College of Law. During this time, she worked tirelessly to persevere through school while caring for her young children.
After passing the bar exam, Sarah began working at a boutique construction litigation firm representing contractors, subcontractors, and property owners on both residential and commercial construction litigation matters. There, she gained considerable experience litigating construction defect issues and construction contract disputes as well as drafting construction contracts.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys international travel and maintaining an active lifestyle. Most of all, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children at the beach.