Firm Adds Jake D. Huxtable, Shannon Little and Kevin Sellar
WEST PALM BEACH, FL- Kelley Kronenberg, a diverse business law firm, announced the addition of Jake D. Huxtable, Shannon Little and Kevin Sellar to the firm’s West Palm Beach Office. Huxtable joins as a Partner, and Little and Sellar join the firm as Attorneys.
Huxtable brings years of experience in First-Party Property Insurance Defense, Third-Party Liability Insurance Defense, and Civil Litigation. He previously practiced general insurance defense for Cole, Scott & Kissane in West Palm Beach before going to work for the National Football League Players Association as a Certified Agent and Contract adviser.
Huxtable earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Jacksonville University before continuing his education at The University of Florida, where he received his juris doctor degree. He is admitted to practice law in Florida’s Northern and Middle Districts as well as the Florida Supreme Court.
Little assists in handling matters related to First-Party Property Insurance Defense and General Liability. Her previous experience includes working as a Senior Associate for an insurance defense firm, where she handled cases involving S.I.U. fraud, uninsured/underinsured motorist, coverage disputes, premises liability and third-party liability. Little also managed a caseload of more than 250 cases working on personal injury protection for insurance carriers.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Delaware. She then went on to earn her juris doctor degree from Barry University School of Law. Little is admitted to practice law in the State of Florida.
Sellar primarily handles matters related to First-Party Property Insurance Defense and Third-Party Liability Insurance. Before joining Kelley Kronenberg, he was an attorney with a West Palm Beach law firm, where he gained experience in all aspects of litigation.
He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Florida Atlantic University, majoring in Accounting with a minor in Business Law. Sellar went on to obtain his juris doctor degree from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law. He is admitted to practice law in Florida.