Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Marisol Estevez is a proud first-generation Cuban-American. After graduating from Miami Senior High School, Ms. Estevez enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, the first in her family to ever serve in the military.
As a Marine Air Traffic Controller, Ms. Estevez was responsible for the safe travel of military aircraft, including helicopters and jets. Ms. Estevez was a Control Tower Supervisor, earning both tower and radar qualifications during her enlistment. During her six years of service, Ms. Estevez proudly served in California, Japan, and Australia. During this time, she was awarded for both her personal and professional achievements, earning the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal in 1995. Ms. Estevez was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 1999, earning the rank of Staff Sergeant. SSgt Estevez continues to support local veterans and the Marine Corps.
Following her military service, Ms. Estevez returned to her home state to study law at the University of Miami, where she graduated cum laude in 2004. While in law school, Marisol interned for the Honorable Adalberto Jordan, U.S. Federal Judge for the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Prior to private practice, Ms. Estevez was a trial attorney with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, representing victims of sexual harassment and discrimination.
Ms. Estevez joined Shuster & Saben in 2009 and is the managing partner of the firm’s Miami office. A respected member of the legal community, Ms. Estevez represents victims of sexual harassment and personal injury as well as medical providers on PIP claims throughout Florida. Marisol is a member of the State and Federal Bar and a vocal advocate for causes involving military veterans and women’s issues.
The Florida Board of Chiropractic has approved Ms. Estevez to teach continuing education courses for chiropractors. She is a frequent speaker in continuing legal educational programs and Florida chiropractic conferences, having given over 30 lectures on a broad range of topics including Florida Law and Ethics. Marisol is a recent graduate of the Women’s Leadership Program at Yale School of Management.
In her spare time, Marisol enjoys photography and traveling. From backpacking through Europe to meeting penguins in Antarctica, Marisol has made it to all seven continents.