Salim Punjani, Esq.

I was born in Chicago, Illinois. In 1996, my family and I moved to Atlanta, Georgia. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Emory University. At Emory, I earned the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities Award National Collegiate Minority Leadership Award.

I received my Juris Doctor from Barry University School of Law. During my time in law school, I earned two book awards for achieving the highest grade in workers’ compensation and business organization. I also served as the treasurer of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, petitioned the State to list the Gopher Tortoise as an endangered species, and researched and filed a petition with the State of Florida requesting that it require a large corporation to remediate contaminated property it caused in a neighboring community.

Prior to joining Berman and Berman, I managed the workers’ compensation department at my prior firm. I successfully filed a Writ of Certiorari before the District Court of Appeal of Florida, First District. Additionally, I managed and handled several social security claims and started our veterans benefits department. During this time, I also expanded my practice into personal injury litigation claims, discrimination claims, and employment claims.

At Berman and Berman, I am part of the Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Employment,  Social Security Disability and Veterans Benefits department. I travel all over the United States handling claims nationwide.

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