Tim grew up in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. After obtaining his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, he worked for Wilmerhale, LLP in Washington DC before to returning to South Florida to attend Law School at the University of Miami. During law school, Tim interned with United States Magistrate Judge William Turnoff and the United States Attorney's Office. He also served as an articles and comments editor for the International & Comparative Law Review at Miami. He received the CALI Award for the highest grade in Florida Practice & Procedure. Upon Graduating Cum Laude from Miami, Tim joined Corredor & Husseini, where he had previously worked as a law clerk. In 2012, he became a partner in the firm. Tim’s practice areas include first and third party insurance claims. Tim has argued hundreds of summary judgment motions and tried multiple cases. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids. He reads caselaw in his spare time.
- University of Miami School of Law, Cum Laude – 2009
- International and Comparative Law Review – Articles and Comments Editor
- Cali Book Award, Florida Practice and Procedure
- University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia: B.A. 2004
In addition to our experience in the areas of bodily injury, personal injury protection, first party litigation and real estate, CHS Law has attorneys and staff dedicated to landlord-tenant disputes, probate and criminal matters, as well as commercial and residential property insurance claims.