Tony Pagán, Jr. joined the firm in October 2019 as an Associate. Mr. Pagán focuses his practice on counseling, defending, and litigating matters for national and local insurance carriers in state and federal courts. He assists clients in the investigation of claims, provides coverage opinions and litigates first and third party insurance claims.
After graduation, Mr. Pagán interned with the Federal Public Defenders Office before joining Cynthia Conlin & Associates. As an associate, Mr. Pagán represented consumers, businesses, professionals, and artists in matters ranging from copyright infringement to unlawful evictions. Mr. Pagán has extensive experience in pre-suit investigations, crisis management, consumer rights, and legal research. Throughout his career, he has registered and defended multiple IP registrations, litigated a number of civil suits from inception through verdict, and avoided discharge of civil judgments through bankruptcy adversary proceedings.
While in law school, Mr. Pagán was elected and served as President of the Hispanic-American Law Student Association (HALSA) after serving as Treasurer the year before. During his terms, Mr. Pagán organized numerous community-outreach programs and service events.
Juris Doctor (2015) – Florida A&M University College of Law (Orlando)
Bachelor of Science (2010) – Florida State University (Tallahassee)
Double Major: Political Science and Social Sciences
Florida State Courts
United States District Court, Middle District of Florida
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
Mr. Pagán’s father, a former police officer with the Jersey City and Kissimmee Police Departments and current Education Administrator, instilled a fundamental and unwavering understanding of right and wrong; while his mother, a devoted social worker with Orange County Public Schools, preached the importance of giving back to the community. Mr. Pagán is a fan of trivia and sports. His favorite teams include the Green Bay Packers, Orlando Magic, and Florida State Seminoles.