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About the Law Office of Modoline Altenor
In 2014, Attorney Modoline Altenor began her career as a personal injury lawyer. Just two years later, in 2016, she opened her own law office. In the ensuing years, her commitment to meticulous research and passionate advocacy has led her to recover over $10 million in damages for her clients. Attorney Altenor is respected by her peers, with memberships in the Florida Justice Association and the Park C. Perkins Bar Association.
A resident of Florida since the age of 4, Attorney Altenor did her undergrad work in Gainesville at the University of Florida. She then went on to Tallahassee and got her law degree at Florida State University. She has further experience working as a Casualty Adjuster, a job that gave her insights into the insurance industry that she now negotiates with and does battle with as a personal injury attorney.
Modoline Altenor, Esq.
Modoline Altenor was born in Manhattan, New York, but by the age of four began calling Florida, home. Having gone through the magnet program at Seminole high school graduating magna cum laude, University of Florida, and Florida State University law school, she knew her mission was to help her community and help the powerless.Read Full Bio
Fighting for the Underdog
Personal injury cases allow Attorney Altenor to continue what has been a lifelong passion for helping people when they need it most. In her spare time, she has assisted with community drives and helped at a homeless shelter in Orlando. She brings Thanksgiving turkeys to those in need and helped a non-profit organization build a school in Haiti.
People who have suffered injuries because someone else was negligent need their own voice. Insurance companies may try to undercut the fair settlement they need to recover and continue on with their lives. The legal details of working out a settlement can seem overwhelming—and at a time when people are physically hurting on top of everything else. They need a lawyer who will be their fearless voice, at the negotiating table and perhaps in a court of law. Attorney Modoline Altenor wants to be that voice.