for Joseph Adolphe
Rollande Joseph Adolphe
Mrs. Joseph Adolphe was born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti and raised in Palm Beach County. Mrs. Joseph graduated top of her class at Lake Worth High School and received a full academic scholarship to the University of Central Florida. While at the University of Central Florida, Mrs. Joseph volunteered numerous hours at the Office of Legal Aid Services of Orange County. She also found time to volunteer for the Honorable Congress woman Corrine Brown, helping struggling families in Orange County. In 2003 Mrs. Joseph became the first person in her family to graduate from a four-year University and did so with honors.
In 2007 Mrs. Joseph applied to Nova Southeastern University, College of Law, in Fort Lauderdale Florida. During her tenure at the Law school Mrs. Joseph had over six hundred pro-bono hours working in her community. She was also a competing member of the Nova Trial Association Team for three years, president of the Criminal Law Society, secretary and active member of the Black Law Student Association. Mrs. Joseph graduated top of her class in May of 2010 and passed the Florida Bar Examine in July 2010.
Both her history and her path brought her to Keller, Keller, and Caracuzzo, P.A. where she currently calls home. Mrs. Joseph has settled cases in excess of $1,000,000.00 within her first three years of working as a personal injury attorney. She has been instrumental in preparing cases for trial against big insurance companies. Mrs. Joseph is inside the court room on a regular basis pleading and arguing motions on behalf of her clients. She is not afraid to stand up for what she believes is fair and will not give up even when she is dealt a bad hand. Although the youngest attorney at the office her work ethic is impeccable. She is efficient and accurate in her work, and clients respect her. What some may believe she lacks in experience, she has in her demeanor, her passion, and her knowledge of the law. In her tenure at Keller, Keller, and Caracuzzo, P.A. Mrs. Joseph has been involved in a wide variety of personal injury cases such as motor vehicle accidents, products liability, slip and falls, food poison, dog bites, and school fights.
Mrs. Joseph is fluent in Creole and on her way to becoming just as fluent in Spanish.
“I came into the law in order to be a voice for people who are too timid to speak for themselves, to make sure that those same people are not taken advantage of by big government or big corporations. Being a personal injury attorney allows me to do just that. I love working for my community” – Rollande Joseph Adolphe.