Coye Law Firm's Newest Attorneys Admitted to Practice at Federal Level
Attorneys Nanette Cruz and Salim Punjani have been admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. This admittance is a career achievement and advantage for clients who have complex cases that are heard in federal level courts.
Cruz and Punjani were admitted to the Florida Bar in September 2010, a few months after their successful graduations from law schools in the central Florida area. Prior to becoming an attorney, Punjani pursued benefits as a case manager on behalf of injured workers in workers compensation claims. Cruz worked on personal injury claims and helped individuals get essential payments following an accident or injury caused by another's negligence.
Currently, Salim handles workers compensation and disability claims as an attorney, while Nanette has changed focus and is transitioning to work on more aspects of family law, bankruptcy, and contract dispute claims. Being admitted to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida is a big advantage for these two attorneys and their clients. If a case, such as bankruptcy or Social Security disability, deals with federal-level codes, statutes, or laws, then the claimant needs a lawyer permitted to practice in a federal district court. By being admitted to this federal district court, Cruz and Punjani have reaffirmed their commitment to serve clients throughout the life of their legal claims.
The attorneys and staff of the Coye Law Firm congratulate Nanette and Salim on their most recent achievement.