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Welcome, Sheba Abraham!

Posted by Scot D. Goldberg | Oct 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Attorney Sheba Abraham Goldberg Noone
Attorney Sheba Abraham of Goldberg Noone, LLC

Goldberg Noone is thrilled to announce that attorney Sheba Abraham is once again a member of our team. Sheba has a truly impressive educational and law practice background, and is licensed to practice law in Florida and New York.

Partners Scot D. Goldberg and Michael Noone announced Sheba's return to the Goldberg Law Firm with great pride and excitement, noting her considerable legal talents and dedication to her clients.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Sheba helping accident victims.  Her ability to immerse herself into our clients' cases, along with her considerable knowledge of the law, is a true asset to our practice,” said Scot Goldberg.

Sheba focuses her areas of practice to complex civil litigation, involving personal injury, wrongful death, negligent security, and premises liability claims.  A proud Florida Gator, she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida. Sheba is admitted to practice in all state courts of Florida and New York, as well as before the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. 

While pursuing her legal education, Ms. Abraham clerked for the Honorable Devin P. Cohen of the New York City Civil Court, completed an externship with the legal department of Adventist Health System, and interned with a Florida law firm that specializes in the representation of first responders. During law school, Ms. Abraham earned a merit scholarship during each academic year and was a member of the nationally renowned Tax Moot Court.  Upon graduation, Ms. Abraham was awarded a Pro Bono Certificate, in recognition of her dedication to public service to disadvantaged communities.

“I'm thrilled to be back at Goldberg Noone,” states Sheba. “Working with a genuinely caring and dedicated group of attorneys and staff, while also having the opportunity to live in beautiful Southwest Florida, is the perfect situation.  It's a nice feeling to love going to work each day.”

Goldberg Noone, LLC's principal office is in Downtown Fort Myers, with another in Punta Gorda.  Sheba Abraham can be reached at 239-461-5508.

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Scot D. Goldberg

Local People. Local Practice. Local Knowledge. Scot Goldberg is a founding partner of the Goldberg Law Firm. See his attorney profile for more information.

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