Michelle is attorney Mike Noone's personal assistant, and Legal Assistant to our trial team. Originally from Springfield, Illinois, she came to Naples in April of 1991. She holds a Bachelor's Degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and also attended American Institute for Paralegal Studies to obtain her paralegal certificate.
In 1991, Michelle embarked on her legal career in the Naples Office of Goldberg, Goldstein & Buckley. She steadily advanced her career through the company, learning the business of law and providing an array of case research, court documentation, records filing and countless other duties in support of the firm's lawyers and insurance specialists. Michelle has worked side-by-side with Attorney Mike Noone continuously since 1999 and is proud to have been with our firm since we opened our doors in July 2000.
Michelle is a proud parent of a daughter who recently graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
Michelle lives in Fort Myers, and she loves to spend her free time perfecting her tennis backhand. She is also involved with several local community organizations and enjoys volunteering in support of events and programs that provide charitable and philanthropic benefits to the people of Southwest Florida.
Toni's specialty areas as our litigation paralegal include personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. She has lived in Fort Myers for most of her life, having moved to this area from upstate New York in the 1970s.
Toni began her career as a radio announcer and local talk show host. As a radio personality, she also worked in the areas of marketing, public relations, promotional events and advertising.
After a decade in radio, Toni became a family law paralegal and office administrator. Eventually, intrigued by personal injury and wrongful death litigation, she gravitated toward those areas of law. Toni worked for 12 ½ years at a large local law firm, followed by five years as an insurance defense paralegal. In 2001, she returned to the Plaintiff's side of the equation when she joined our team.
Toni pursued paralegal studies at Edison State College, followed by Business Administration at Barry University. In 2008, having met the requirements set forth by the Supreme Court of the State of Florida, she became a Florida Registered Paralegal.
When not at the office, Toni is most likely to be found in the pursuit of all things equestrian. She and her husband enjoy training, riding and camping with their three horses.
A North Fort Myers native, Nikki began working in the legal field at a local law firm in 2001, after working in office administration at Mermaid Manufacturing, Inc.
Nicole joined the Goldberg Noone Abraham family in May 2006. She works closely with our attorneys, providing support documentation and research records to the trial team, ensuring that all of the required court documents are filed and recorded regarding your case, and negotiating bills and liens after your case has settled.
Nikki has three sons, and Nikki is especially proud of her son Levi having played football for the University of Arizona! Nikki is a passionate sports fan and enjoys going to football, basketball, hockey and baseball games. She enjoys running, working out, traveling and everything involving the great outdoors, especially the water. Nikki gladly volunteers for many organizations, including Meals on Wheels.
Wanda is a Legal Assistant at Goldberg Noone Abraham, and coordinates setting appointments with our clients and our attorneys and Personal Injury Case Analysts. She is also responsible for entering all the important details and communications regarding your case into our in-house database, which our office uses to track the progress of your injury claim.
Wanda is originally from New Jersey, and prior to joining our law firm in 2010, she was Office Administrator at a large outdoor patio furniture firm for more than a dozen years.
Wanda is also fluent in Spanish and is extremely proficient in making sure there are no documents or notes related to your file that are incomplete or inaccurate.
A native of New Jersey, Jackie has been with Goldberg Noone Abraham, since 2006. Prior to joining the firm, she was a receptionist for a major local private country club.
Her responsibilities include working with our Personal Injury Case Analysts and Attorneys to ensure that your Personal Injury case is processed quickly and accurately, and submitted to the insurance companies involved.
Jackie is also responsible for helping our clients with scheduling their Compulsory Medical Exam (CMEs) appointments, which is a medical examination performed by a medical provider selected by the insurance company of the responsible party for your injuries.
Jackie is fluent in Spanish, which is a great help in communicating with our clients who feel more comfortable speaking Spanish.
Indie St. George
Indie St. George grew up in Tampa but has lived in Fort Myers since 2014. Indie is a 2018 graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. Indie is also in the process of obtaining a Master's Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Missouri State University through an online program. Indie worked for another law firm prior to joining Goldberg Noone Abraham, where she assists the trial attorneys as a member of the litigation team to ensure your personal injury case is handled efficiently and expertly.
When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her loved ones and doing creative things like painting, writing and photography.
Since 2012, Anne Durkin has been the first representative of Goldberg Noone Abraham to greet visitors and clients, as well as handling the ever-busy telephones for the firm. Anne is also actively involved in setting up new files, gathering information, and organizing various aspects of our office to keep things running smoothly.
Anne is a native of Erie, Pennsylvania, and has lived in the Lee County area since 2008. Prior to working at Goldberg Noone Abraham, Anne's career included many years of working as a veterinary technician.
Anne has been happily married to her husband Michael since 1994. Anne is a passionate advocate for animals, adopting countless pets through the years, many of which with disabilities. She enjoys participating in dog agility competitions all over Florida, and has an impressive record winning numerous awards with her dogs Olive and Skip, with Skip being an amputee.