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Automobile Accident, Premises Negligence, and Workers’ Compensation Cases
Due to the confidential nature of settlement agreements, Llerena Law will not post results concerning automobile accident cases, premises negligence cases, or workers’ compensation cases. Ever since Mr. Llerena started working on behalf of victims in 2009, he has successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation on behalf of thousands of clients. Mr. Llerena’s results have earned him the recognition of noteworthy organizations such as “Super Lawyers” and Thomson Reuters, an AV rating by Martindale Hubbell, and recognition as a Top 100 Trial Attorney with the National Trial Lawyers. While we would love to share information with the public concerning noteworthy results in these areas, we also recognize that defendants who enter into confidential settlement agreements with our clients and our office have a right to assert confidentiality with regard to these results.

Susan Letterman v. National Trucking Center

This was a major truck accident that resulted in the death of the driver. Many defendants were sued. I represented Defendant Rudy's Plumbing Service

Paez v. Windhaven Insurance Co.

This was a dispute over insurance benefits. The case was noteworthy for a decision concerning language barrier and the application of a previous decision

State v. Pellerey

This was a case involving a Defendant charged with an enhanced DUI. I represented the Defendant Pellerey. The case was a partial

Sheriff Bradshaw v. Ramirez et. al.

This was a case involving the forfeiture of US Currency following the raid of a SWAT team into the home of the Defendants, Jorge

Port St. Lucie Police Dept. v. Sanchez et. al.

This was a case involving the forfeiture of a boat, a new truck, a van, a trailer, and 2 new motors. I represented the

In Re: Washington A. Myrie

This was an immigration matter that was appealed administratively at the federal level. The decision was in favor of the appellant

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Traffic Ticket Defense

DUI and Criminal Traffic Defense