Kelley | Uustal Names Kristin E. Bianculli and Eric S. Rosen Partners
FORT LAUDERDALE (January 19, 2016) – The law firm Kelley/Uustal, one of South Florida’s preeminent personal injury, products liability, and medical malpractice legal practices, is pleased to announce it has named Kristin E. Bianculli and Eric S. Rosen partners.
“Kristin and Eric are both exceptional attorneys,” said John Uustal, a founding partner of the firm. “It’s amazing what they have accomplished and we’re excited to make them partners.”
Bianculli focuses her practice in the area of personal injury, concentrating in auto collision cases, premises liability, wrongful death, and products liability. She is a board member of Friends of Jack and Jill, an organization dedicated to creating awareness about the Jack and Jill Children’s Center in Broward. She is also on the board of the Broward County Justice Association. In recognition of her ethics and achievements, Bianculli has been named to the 2015 List of Florida Super Lawyers® and named as a Rising Star 2015, listed in Best Lawyers in America® since 2011, named one of the Best Attorneys in Florida by Best Lawyers Magazine 2012, and Awarded one of the “Most Effective Lawyers in Personal Injury” by the Daily Business Review in 2013.
Rosen is a trial attorney who dedicates his practice to the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, and tobacco litigation. He currently serves as an Officer of the Board of Directors for the Broward County Justice Association and serves on the Board of Directors for the Broward County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section. Before joining Kelley/Uustal, he served as an Assistant State Attorney for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County, Florida.
“2016 is poised to be another banner year for Kelley/Uustal and we are pleased that we get to start the year naming Kristin and Eric partners,” said Robert W. Kelley, co-founder of the firm. “We look forward to another year of providing our clients with high-quality legal representation and being advocates to those wronged.”