Brittney Eller is a second generation South Florida native. She attended Saint Thomas Aquinas High School and later graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing with Advertising. She continued her education in business but despite her degree and experience, she has always had a passion for law. She joined Lawlor, White & Murphey in 2017 as the paralegal to Ben Murphey and quickly became an integral part of our litigation team.
Andrea Gonzalez was born in Columbia, Missouri. She moved to Kentucky where she worked as an office manager/tax preparer and within accounts payable for Lexington based corporations. In 2007, Ms. Gonzalez moved to Florida and began working as a distribution manager for Lawlor, White & Murphey in 2008. She attended Broward College and obtained an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies.
Diana Medina was born in Bogota, Colombia and moved to South Florida in 2007. Ms. Medina received her Paralegal certificate in 2008 from Washington Online Learning Institute and in 2005 graduated with her AA Degree in Marketing Management from Broward College. Ms. Medina joined Lawlor White and Murphey in November of 2015.
Angie Myers is a Florida native. She attended Broward College and received her Paralegal Certification from Ft. Lauderdale College in 1990. Mrs. Myers has been helping clients who have been involved in automobile accidents and slip and falls since 1998. She worked for Douglas Johnson as his litigation paralegal for 17 years. Joined our firm in July of 2015.
Martha Urena is from the Dominican Republic and raised in Queens, New York. She graduated from Berkeley College and earned an A.S. degree in Accounting. She relocated to South Florida in 1993 and has been working as a legal assistant since 1997, where has assisted attorneys in cases from personal injury, medical malpractice and products liability. In 2016 she joined Lawlor, White & Murphey.
Miriam Espada was born in Ecuador, but she grew up in Yonkers, New York. She earned her Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts at Elizabeth Seton College. Miriam worked as a legal assistant at a firm in Manhattan for 18 years. She relocated to South Florida in 2000 and continued her career as a legal assistant, specializing in personal injury law. Miriam joined Lawlor, White & Murphey in 2020.
Monica Heuman joined Lawlor White and Murphey in 2022 as a Florida Registered Paralegal, specializing in medical malpractice and catastrophic injury. She was born in Berwyn, IL but has spent most of her life in Broward County. After graduating with her Bachelor’s degree from Florida Atlantic University, Monica began her career as a pre-suit personal injury case manager in 2010 and since then has found her passion in litigation. She is also an active member of the Paralegal/Legal Assistant Section of the Florida Justice Association, has authored articles in paralegal journals and is a mentor and advisory board member for Broward College’s Paralegal Studies Program.
Julie Ambroise was born and raised in Florida. She is a proud graduate of Broward College, earning an Associate’s of Science Degree in Paralegal Studies in 2022. She joined the team at Lawlor, White & Murphey August 2022 as the legal receptionist.