Associate, Halah M. Elchorbagy
Associate, Halah M. Elchorbagy

Halah M. Elchorbagy

Associate

Areas Of Practice

Halah M. Elchorbagy is an associate attorney who works for the firm in Tampa. Ms. Elchorbagy’s practice focuses on insurance defense litigation, focusing primarily on automobile liability, coverage disputes, wrongful death, and bad faith. She has prior experience defending insurance companies in all aspects of litigation. She is admitted to practice law in Florida, New York, and Washington D.C.

Prior to joining Boyd & Jenerette, P.A., Ms. Elchorbagy practiced medical malpractice defense, insurance defense, and general litigation in complex civil litigation matters.

Outside of work, Ms. Elchorbagy loves spending time with her family and two dogs. She also enjoys kayaking and canoeing in her spare time.

Admissions

  • Florida, 2021
  • New York, 2018
  • Washington D.C., 2018

Memberships

  • The Florida Bar

Chloe Kassem

Education

  • J.D., New York Law School, 2018
    • Two-Year Honor Program
    • John Marshall Harlan Scholar
    • New York Law School Law Review, Staff Editor
    • Co-Founder & President of Health Law Society
  • B.S. of Science in Health Science, Stony Brook University, 2008
    • Concentration in Health Care Management

Languages

  • English, Arabic (conversant)

Comprehensive Services

Many cases overlap several areas of law. As a full service law firm, we are able to recognize how one legal discipline impacts another. We work as a team on complex issues that require knowledge of a variety of state and federal laws. This multi-disciplinary approach allows clients to receive the large-firm advantage of access to multiple attorneys in a wide scope of practice areas as well as the hands-on customer service offered by a boutique law firm. In addition to civil litigation, employment law, workers’ compensation defense, commercial law, construction law and appeals, our firm also handles professional liability claims.

Our bilingual staff is available to assist with immigration matters, including consular and removal defenses.