Shannon M. Arsenault

Associate

P
(561) 405-7560
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(561) 744-0790
1191 E. Newport Center Drive
Penthouse H
Deerfield Beach
,
FL
33442
8900 SE Robwyn Street
Hobe Sound
,
FL
33455

PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

General Liability and Casualty Defense

Premises Liability

Creditor's Rights

Admissions

Florida

Education

St. Thomas University School of Law

J.D., cum laude, 2007

Florida State University

B.S., 2000

The George Washington University

M.A., 2010

Shannon M. Arsenault is a seasoned litigator who defends insureds in workers' compensation and general liability matters including personal injury and premises liability. She is experienced in handling all stages of litigation and skillfully determines strengths and weaknesses in her cases, allowing her to develop a clear strategy that moves toward the goal of successful resolution on behalf of her clients.

Shannon also has a strong background in consumer finance litigation. She has represented mortgage servicers in actions including foreclosure, quiet title, and Fair Debt Collection Practice Act claims. She was trial counsel in the matter of Brindise v. U.S. Bank, N.A, successfully defending U.S. Bank in the first Florida case to hold that Fla. Stat. 559.715 is not a condition precedent to a mortgage foreclosure action.

Before law school, Shannon was a high school math teacher. She also has her M.A. in Education Policy which enables her to understand and appreciate the needs of educational institutions.

Community Service

Florida Guardian Ad Litem, pro bono appellate attorney advocating on behalf of abused, neglected or abandoned children (2017-present)

Kappa Delta Sorority Chapter Advisory Board, membership advisor (2008-2010)

Shannon M. Arsenault is a seasoned litigator who defends insureds in workers' compensation and general liability matters including personal injury and premises liability. She is experienced in handling all stages of litigation and skillfully determines strengths and weaknesses in her cases, allowing her to develop a clear strategy that moves toward the goal of successful resolution on behalf of her clients.

Shannon also has a strong background in consumer finance litigation. She has represented mortgage servicers in actions including foreclosure, quiet title, and Fair Debt Collection Practice Act claims. She was trial counsel in the matter of Brindise v. U.S. Bank, N.A, successfully defending U.S. Bank in the first Florida case to hold that Fla. Stat. 559.715 is not a condition precedent to a mortgage foreclosure action.

Before law school, Shannon was a high school math teacher. She also has her M.A. in Education Policy which enables her to understand and appreciate the needs of educational institutions.

Community Service

Florida Guardian Ad Litem, pro bono appellate attorney advocating on behalf of abused, neglected or abandoned children (2017-present)

Kappa Delta Sorority Chapter Advisory Board, membership advisor (2008-2010)

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