Stacey Isaacs

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Ms. Isaacs was born and raised in New Jersey. She attended the University of Miami, where she served as Chapter President of her sorority and chaired various Homecoming events and clubs. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, with Honors in her major, and a minor in English. During college, she took her studies to the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain. Upon graduating from the University of Miami, Ms. Isaacs received a Centennial Scholarship to Seton Hall University School of Law, in Newark, New Jersey, and returned back to her home state. While at Seton Hall, she was Vice President of the Jewish Law Society and later was selected to sing at her law school graduation, at the Garden State Arts Center.

Since returning to Florida in 1997 after passing both the New Jersey and Florida bar examinations, Ms. Isaacs has been employed by various notable insurance companies, defending their workers’ compensation cases. She has also worked in the private sector, doing only workers’ compensation. Ms. Isaacs is also admitted to the U.S. District Court for Southern District of FL. and served as Chairperson of the 17th District Grievance Committee “D,” reviewing bar complaints filed against lawyers in her district. She received an award for Meritorious Public Service for her time serving in that regard.

Ms. Isaacs has extensive mediation and trial experience in the field of Workers’ Compensation, and prides herself on being empathetic to her clients, while aggressively litigating their cases. Having represented insurance companies for a large part of her 25 years in the field, Ms. Isaacs is aware of the insurance companies’ tactics, and uses that experience to her advantage while representing her clients.

In her spare time, Ms. Isaacs enjoys the FL sunshine, exercising, and singing lead vocals in her band.




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