Fort Lauderdale, FL- Kelley Kronenberg, a diverse business law firm, announces the addition of two attorneys to the firm’s West Palm Beach office. Melissa Usher and Chrystal P. Robinson join the firm as Associates.
Usher is an Attorney in the firm’s West Palm Beach office where she assists in handling matters related to First- and Third-Party Insurance Defense Litigation and Civil Litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Usher worked as an Attorney for a Fort Lauderdale firm managing litigation of First Party Property Insurance Claims, Personal Injury Claims and Premise Liability Claims.
Usher earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and Marketing from Florida State University. She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, where she was a member of the Nova Southeastern University Trial Association. While in law school, Usher worked as a Legal Intern for the Broward County Environmental Licensing & Building Permitting Division. She is admitted to practice law in Florida.
Robinson is an Attorney in the firm’s West Palm Beach office. She focuses her practice on insurance defense litigation and business/commercial matters. Robinson handles a variety of insurance matters, including, but not limited to, first-party property and third-party insurance litigation, pre-suit coverage determinations, pre-and post-appraisal matters, declaratory actions, and fraud investigations. Prior to joining the firm, Robinson worked for other prominent South Florida law firms, where she gained considerable experience handling a variety of general civil litigation matters and health law transactional matters.
Robinson earned her Juris Doctor degree from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, graduating magna cum laude in the top ten percent of her class. While in law school, Robinson served as Alumni Relations Editor for the Nova Law Review and Justice for Teams for the Moot Court Honor Society. She is admitted to practice law in Florida.