Personal Injury Attorney
Michael D. Cerasa
Address: 801 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Phone: 866.FLA.FIRM – 407.712.7300
Michael Donald Cerasa was born in Wilbraham, Massachusetts on April 3, 1979, and lived in Western Massachusetts until leaving the state to attend college in South Carolina. He and his wife Jennifer moved to Central Florida in 2005.
Mr. Cerasa received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, cum laude, from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina in 2001. While at Clemson, he was admitted to the Golden Key National Honors Society, as well as Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society. In 2005, Mr. Cerasa received his Juris Doctor from The Florida State University College of Law, cum laude. While in law school, he served as the executive editor of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law and was admitted to Pi Sigma Phi, a national legal honors society.
Trial Practice; Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Motor Vehicle and Trucking Liability; Premises Liability; Insurance Law; Medical Malpractice; Products Liability; Contract and Business Litigation.
Jurisdictions and Courts Admitted to Practice:
Mr. Cerasa is admitted to practice law in the State of Florida and is also licensed to practice law in the federal courts in the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Florida.
Mr. Cerasa is a member of the Florida Bar, the Orange County Bar Association, the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Florida Justice Association (FJA) and the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association (CFTLA).
Mr. Cerasa is active in the Central Florida community and serves as a member of Florida Citrus Sports, a not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to increasing community spirit and pride, promoting tourism, stimulating economic development and ultimately benefiting charities, educational institutions and the quality of life in Central Florida. He recently completed a four-year term as a member of the Board of Directors for the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Board with the United States Department of Education. The Board develops standards and guidelines for awarding fellowships to high achieving graduate students in the arts and humanities fields.