Meet Melanie Ramos-Quinones
Melanie Ramos-Quinones is a personal injury attorney at Farah and Farah in Tampa. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Melanie is fluent in English and Spanish. Especially in Tampa, being a bilingual accident attorney is so critical to helping accident victims have a voice for their case. Melanie is an incredibly gifted manager of the legal process, helping clients receive a full and fair offer in a swift manner. A fierce legal warrior, Melanie’s skills as an attorney make you thankful she’s on your side when it comes to the fight of your life.
Resolve and Move on is My Mantra
When Tampa residents bring me their accident case, it’s often after they’ve been running around with the insurance company for months, or even years. That’s why I put everything into pursuing maximum compensation as quickly as possible. I’ll doggedly keep after adjusters and company reps until I get the response needed to help bring the case to a successful conclusion. Handing over that settlement check to my client at the end of their case is why I was sought out in the first place.
My job is to help my clients get their pre-accident lives back. I help build their case like it’s going to trial from the beginning so that the framework is already in place for a strong case. That includes finding the right treatments from the right doctors, documenting all the costs and injuries, and then articulating our demand for compensation that the case deserves. In the end, my work is to make sure my clients have been given everything they need to put this ordeal behind them so they can finally move forward.
My Focus is Specifically on Car Accidents in Tampa
As a personal injury attorney, I have the skills and experience needed to help with all kinds of different accident cases. In law school, I volunteered extensively with Legal Aid, an organization that helps less fortunate individuals access pro bono legal services. This experience was in family law where you see all kinds of emotionally raw cases. While in law school I also interned at the Legislative Assembly of Puerto Rico, where I helped draft bills of law addressing commerce and consumer matters. All of this experience collectively molded me into a better and more understanding attorney, especially as I began to focus my practice on auto accidents.
In an instant, an accident changes everything. You believe the commercials that your insurance company will be right there until you have them fighting you on every little thing. That’s where I come in. I get fired up when the insurance company gives everyday people the run around. Maybe it was my upbringing in Puerto Rico or all my work here in Tampa, but especially for those that don’t speak English as their first language, there can appear to be barriers in the legal system. I break these down and make it accessible to anyone to take advantage of the rights they have under the law. We’ll work to get you the doctors you need to start healing, as well as the financial compensation to be made whole again. With so many successful cases under my belt, I’m confident I can help get your case resolved—llámame.
We Are a Total Family Office in Tampa
The very first thing I noticed when I came to Farah and Farah is just how much of a family atmosphere there is even for a firm that’s as large as we are. I am a question-asker and Farah and Farah allows me to get the help I need to propel my cases forward from anyone in the firm at any time because everyone has an open-door policy. From the very top down, we are eager to help one another succeed. This support simply makes it easier for me to pour all of my energy and attention into my cases, knowing that an entire team of elite attorneys always has my back.
When I’m not busy working on my next case at Farah and Farah in Tampa, you can probably bet I’ll be catching a professional soccer match no matter who’s playing but the Colombian National Team, the Cafeteros, is my favorite team to watch. My husband and I also love going out and about around town to places like Hyde Park, especially for the fact that they have a splash pad where our little girl can get all of her energy out.