Attorney Kelly Cambron
Attorney Kelly Cambron received her Bachelor's degree in Communications with a minor in Business Administration from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame in 1984. Soon after graduating, she became employed by Carr Communications, a marketing and public relations company for the boating industry. In her position, she played a role in PR and marketing for multi-million dollar boat shows and famous fishing tournaments, such as the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show, Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo, and South Florida Fishing Classic. This allowed her to further refine her communication skills, like writing and speaking.
After two years in this role, Kelly Cambron went on to law school at St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami. While she was in school, she played a major role in the creation of the St. Thomas Law Review and received high honors in Torts. Upon graduating in 1989, Attorney Cambron took the Florida Bar Examination and was admitted in September of that year.
She was hired by a Miami law firm to work as a personal injury defense attorney and from there went in house for a major insurance company handling their personal injury defense cases. After working with them for several years, she moved to Law Offices of Scott McNary and handing major defense litigation cases and defended major companies such as Browning Ferris and Florida East Coast Railroad.
A couple years later, Kelly moved back to the Treasure Coast so she could be near her family. She then changed her practice area to workers' compensation, representing companies such as Liberty Mutual Insurance, FFVA, and FCCI. After proving her worth to the firm in the short span of two years, she became a partner in 1996. A year later, Attorney Cambron decided to leave the firm and work in-house for a major insurance company, which also focused on worker's compensation defense.
After getting married in 2004, Ms. Cambron moved to Vero Beach, where she focused mainly on injured workers and the disabled. In 2013, Attorney Cambron joined A Law Firm of Goldstein, Schmitt & Cambron, PL, where she represents injured workers and the disabled from Brevard to Palm Beach; in 2013, she was made partner. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association, the National Organization of Social Security Representatives, the Martin County Bar Association, Indian River County Bar Association and the St. Lucie County Bar Association.
Attorney Cambron has a wealth of experience in many different practice areas, ranging from worker's compensation to personal injury. She has defended both individuals and large companies, allowing her to have a vast knowledge of many different strategies. Ms. Cambron is dedicated to finding the best solution possible for each of her clients, providing one-on-one service so that the client's needs are met.