Aaron Clemens is passionate about securing justice for people who have been injured due to another person’s negligence. He has represented clients through more than a hundred trials, including nearly 50 jury trials, and spent many hours litigating before judges all over Florida. Aaron currently litigates, meaning files suits and appears in court, on a broad range of civil matters including personal injury litigate against insurance companies. Aaron also handles litigation related to employment disputes, including cases involving wrongful termination, whistleblowing, and discrimination. Another area of his focus includes advocating and even suing insurance companies for the wrongful denial of private disability claims by the injured. Also, he has successfully handled some other litigation including property damage insurance disputes, contract disputes, as well as select criminal defense cases.
Aaron has lived in South Florida since shortly after graduating from Georgetown Law in 2004. Aaron’s first job after law school in Washington, D.C. was at the Public Defender in Palm Beach County. Born and raised in Juneau, Alaska, he ended up at Juno Beach, ocean swimming during his first winter. Aaron left public service after eight years and joined a large firm representing corporate plaintiffs. After gaining critical civil litigation and appellate experience to compliment his trial skills, he returned to aiding individuals by joining a personal injury firm helping the injured. In February 2015, Aaron joined Reich & Mancini to help our clients on their legal problems.
Aaron favors civic and community involvement. He is past president of the Georgetown Club of Palm Beach, past president of the Palm Beach County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and serves on his homeowner association board. He spent two-terms serving on the Florida Bar’s Code and Rules of Evidence Committee. Whenever possible, he volunteers to judge student competitions or speak to students about law or higher education. He joined Toastmasters in 2014 and appreciates the fellowship with its diverse membership.
Aaron most loves spending time with his wife Rina, also an attorney, who he was lucky to marry in 2011. In 2013, they were blessed with an adorable son. Aaron shares his appreciation of reading with his son, as well as his fondness for swimming and exploring.