Meet Adora Jean-Joseph

Florida Registered Paralegal

Adora Jean-Joseph has been in the legal field since 2012 and has been gone through extensive training to serve as STFBC’s paralegal intake specialist. Being the first impression of the firm, she understands the importance of empathy, clear communication and asking challenging questions in order to obtain necessary information to evaluate a potential case. She communicates with the firms’ attorneys throughout the day and is committed to providing quick responses to potential clients. In addition to performing case intake, Adora handles discovery, medical record reviews, and preparation of notebooks for hearings, depositions and trial, among other things.

Adora graduated from St. Thomas University with her Master’s degree in Management. She has done volunteer work with “Above .500”, a charity aimed at providing mentorship to high school students and has also been a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, spending time with family and exploring different types of cuisine.

We Don't Just Talk About Results. We Get Them.

$7.9 Million Record Setting Verdict

Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, P.A. won a record verdict for a 77-year-old stroke victim who lost the use of the left side of her body due to the negligence of her doctors. Despite being at a higher risk for blood clots and strokes, her cardiologist and electrophysiologist (a heart rhythm specialist) took her off Coumadin—a medication designed for preventing blood clots and strokes. The defendants argued that the patient didn’t deserve a large verdict due to her advanced age and lower life expectancy. The jury saw through their cynical arguments and awarded our client nearly $8 million—the most damages awarded to a malpractice victim over the age of 70 in Florida history.

  • $650 Million RICO Cases
  • $15.5 Million RICO Cases
  • $15 Million Birth Injury
  • $15 Million Truck Accidents
  • $14.5 Million Pedestrian Accidents
  • $14 Million Hazing
  • $12 Million Defective Products
  • $11 Million Personal Injury
  • $10.6 Million RICO Cases
  • $10 Million Medical Malpractice