Jack G. Bernstein is a strategist and idea person with a genuine passion for helping others. He applies his motivation to every case he handles, taking advantage of his ability to think outside-the-box to create innovative solutions that yield better case results. Another trademark of Jack’s counsel is his commitment to putting his clients’ needs first. He is a hard-working individual who will do everything in his power to uphold your best interests as your case develops.
PROVIDING CLIENT-FOCUSED LEGAL REPRESENTATION
Along with partner Scott Poisson, Jack is personally involved in every single case the firm manages. He takes care to provide each client with personal attention, compassionate support, and skilled legal counsel to pursue the best possible outcome.
When you work with Jack, you will quickly find that you are not simply a case number to him. You are a real person who is going through what is likely the most difficult time of your life. Jack recognizes as much and uses his experience, knowledge, and know-how to protect your legal rights through every stage of your case.
Jack has always and solely practiced in the field of personal injury law. This focus has enabled him to hone his abilities in this complex legal arena. Helping the injured rebuild their lives is his top priority.
BACKGROUND & EDUCATION
Jack attended the State University of New York, graduating cum laude with a major in accounting and minors in economics and politics. He went on to obtain his legal degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 1983. While attending law school, Jack clerked for the late Manuel A. Crespo, Esq., who was President of the Cuban American Bar Association at the time and a Circuit Court Judge. Jack attributes his understanding of the practical aspects of the practice of law to the late Judge Crespo, who taught him to above all to put your client first, to live up to the word ‘honor’, and to give respect to all people.
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida
- U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit