About Attorneys at the HLH Law Group in Naples, FL
Dr. Catherine Little-Hunt
Catherine earned her undergraduate degree in political science from Denison University in Granville, Ohio. In 1997, Catherine graduated from Capital University Law School and was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1997 and to the Florida bar in 2000. After several years of serving as an Assistant Prosecutor in Stark County, Ohio, Catherine relocated her family to Naples, Florida where she began practicing workers' compensation and personal injury law.
In addition to Catherine's law degree, she holds a Ph.D. from Walden University in Policy Analytics and is a certified Florida teacher in the fields of legal studies and criminal justice. Dr. Little-Hunt is a senior partner at HLH Law Group and takes immense pride in being personally engaged in each of her client's cases from beginning to end.
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Melissa B. Hemmert, Esq.
Melissa Brady Hemmert is one of the Senior Partners at HLH Law Group. She is licensed to practice law in Florida and New Jersey. Melissa has over 20 years of experience, focusing in personal injury and worker's compensation matters. She has successfully represented numerous people injured in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, fall down accidents, medical malpractice, employment discrimination, as well as, individuals injured during the course of their employment.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM to 5PM
Appointments available after 5PM
and on weekends
Hospital visits and appointment accommodations available as needed
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