Laurea Faller focuses her practice on the representation of individuals and businesses in all areas of civil litigation, including but not limited to premises liability, products liability, inadequate security, personal injury, wrongful death and PIP litigation. During law school, Laurea Faller received Scholar of Merit/Book Awards in the areas of Toxic Torts and the Endangered Species Act. In addition, Laurea Faller was selected to be a Judge Caruthers Teaching Fellow and served as a Research Assistant to Professor Andrew Greene with regard to his work on Environmental Due Diligence. In 2005–2006, Laurea Faller also served as the President of the Florida Student Bar Association.
- Florida, 2008
- Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, J.D., 2007
- University of Central Florida, B.S., With Honors, 2004
- Obtained summary judgment for a defendant property owner in a premises liability action where plaintiff alleged defendant failed to warn of a change in floor elevation. Fuchs v. Rose.
- Obtained summary judgment for a defendant contractor where the Court found that during the Hurricane Wilma Debris Removal Project, the contractor did not owe any contractual duty to the injured worker nor did the contractor breach any duty of reasonable care. Sobrino-Sanchez v. J.B. Coxwell Contracting, Inc.
- Obtained summary judgment for a defendant in a wrongful death case where the plaintiff alleged that the defendant negligently repaired an appliance, which caused her mother’s death. Collins v. ASPCO Appliance Centers.