Orlando Insurance and Personal Injury Attorney
Jacqueline Bertelsen graduated from Florida State University (FSU) with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Spanish. She later attended law school at Florida A&M University (FAMU) where she graduated second in her class and was Editor-in-Chief of Law Review. During law school Jacque gained valuable experience clerking for the Hon. Margaret Schreiber and at the EPA’s Environmental Appeal’s Board in Washington, D.C. She also received a Fellowship from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and served as President of the Environmental Law Society. In addition to these accomplishments, Jacque also completed study abroad programs in Siena, Italy and The Cayman Islands.
Jacque’s focus at Hale, Hale and Jacobson, P.A., is on litigating first-party insurance claims and personal injury claims. Though a new attorney, Jacque has ten years of professional experience in plaintiff’s personal injury and first-party litigation.
When Jacque is not practicing law she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
Florida State University, 1998- Bachelors of Ats Anthropology and Spanish (cum laude)
Florida A&M University College of Law, 2016 – Juris Doctor (magna cum laude), International Human Rights Certificate
State Bar of Florida, 2016
Memberships and Associations
Orange County Bar Association
Central Florida Association of Women Lawyers
American Bar Association
Media and Publications
Downstream Inundations Caused by Federal Flood Control Operations in a Changing Climate: Getting the Proper Mix of Takings, Tort, and Compensation, 19 Water L. Rev. 1 (2015) (with Robert H. Abrams).
“Fed” Up with Acidification: “Trusting” the Federal Government to Protect the Tulalip Tribes’ Access to Shellfish Beds, 6 Wash. J. Envtl. L. &. Pol’y. (Special Issue) 497 (2016).
Service Recognition, Florida A&M Univ. College of Law 2015 Annual Report (2015).
Student Spotlight, Fla. A&M Univ. College of Law, http://law.famu.edu/news/jacque-bertelsen/ (2015).