Brent M. Reitman joined the Law Office of Krupnick Campbell Malone Buser Slama Hancock & Liberman, P.A.. in 2013. He handles a wide variety of cases including auto accidents, admiralty, environmental exposure, mass tort litigation, medical malpractice, premises liability, product liability, professional malpractice, slip and fall, toxic torts, wrongful death, and wrongful termination. Brent specializes in cases involving injuries and wrongful death in nursing homes and assisted living care facilities.
Prior to joining the firm, Brent was a prosecutor for the Office of the State Attorney in Broward County for three years. During this time, he was responsible for thousands of criminal convictions and prosecuted an array of criminal charges ranging from impaired drivers to home invasion robberies and attempted first degree murders. Also during this time, Brent conducted scores of jury trials, and protected the people of Broward County day in and day out and earned a reputation of being an honest, resolute, and exacting litigator.
For his entire life, Brent has had a passion for helping people and studying the law. Brent graduated from the University of Miami, cum laude, with a degree in legal studies.
Brent earned his Juris Doctorate at Nova Southeastern University where he also graduated cum laude. He was a member of the Moot Court Society and was a semi-finalist in the Robert D. Orseck moot court competition where he argued issues relating to Personal Injury Law and Medical Malpractice. During his time at Nova, Brent was a research assistant for Professors Michael Dale and Michael Flynn doing research in the areas of family law and medical malpractice. Brent also worked as a law clerk for the Law Office of Krupnick, Campbell, Malone, Buser, Slama, Hancock & Liberman, P.A, during law school. Also during that time, Brent became a Certified Legal Intern, designated by Florida Supreme Court, and was able to participate in Jury and Non-Jury trials as an intern for the Office of the State Attorney.
Brent is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts. He is also a member of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.