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Antonio Bruni

Top 15 Social Security Disability Law
Michles & Booth, P.A.
501 Brent Lane
Pensacola, FL 32503
(850) 438-4848
www.forthevictims.com


Antonio Bruni attended Texas A&M University at College Station on academic scholarship, graduating with degrees in Economics and International Studies. He attended law school at the University of Houston Law Center and was admitted to practice law in Florida in 2004. Mr. Bruni accepted a position with the Pensacola branch of McConnaughhay, Duffy et. al. where he represented both small and large employers in workers’ compensation claims throughout the Florida panhandle. In 2010, Antonio accepted a position with the Morton Law Centers of Florida where he shifted his practice to representing injured workers and Social Security Disability claimants.

Education:

University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas, 2004
Juris Doctorate

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Bachelor of Arts – Economics and International Studies

Community Service

Northeast Neighborhood Homeowners Association Member

Habitat for Humanity – Family Selection Committee Member & Construction Volunteer

Pensacola Runners Association – Past Board Member
 
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