Dr. Jose R. Foradada III
Dr. Foradada grew up in Miami Florida where he did his undergraduate studies. From there he obtained his graduate M.D. degree in 1982 from Universidad Central del Este in the Dominican Republic. Upon Graduation he returned to the University of Miami and was a Research Associate in Biochemical Genetics at The Mailman Center for Child Development from 1983 to 1985. Dr. Foradada enjoys working with Families and Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. He holds dear this particular aspect of his practice. Helping such children and young adults overcome such obstacles and maximize their potential is extremely rewarding in his opinion. He feels a great sense of fulfillment in providing solutions and hope to such Children and their Families.
Dr. Jason Stibich
Jason Stibich, M.D. is board certified in internal medicine and geriatrics. Dr. Stibich attended medical school at the University of Missouri. He attended both his internal medicine residency and geriatrics fellowship at the University of South Florida College of Medicine.
Brian M. Bursa, formerly partner and director of operations of Ullman Bursa Hoffman & Ragano, LLC, is a partner in the Tampa office. Mr. Bursa's practice includes employment law, general liability, guardianships, and the defense of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, doctors and hospitals.
Ken Lee is an Accounting and Treasury Manager at a private company with annual revenue of over sixty million dollars. He received his Bachelors degree in Business from the University of Pittsburgh, earning magna cum laude honors along the way. After 9 years working in the Marketing department for General Nutrition Center, Ken found an opportunity for growth and travel with Kmart Corporation. At the first stop in Fayetteville, NC, Ken learned how to operate a big-box retail store and connect with customers. At the second stop in Detroit, MI, Ken developed strategic planning skills and re-discovered his love of numbers when he became a Financial Analyst for Kmart's Western division.
Dr. Housam Moursi
Dr. Moursi completed his medical degree at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Long Island NY and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Midwestern University in Chicago IL.He has been an Emergency Room Physician since 1996 at several local hospitals in the Tampa Bay Area. Dr....
John Butler is the Firm's Administrator, Investigator and Licensed Insurance Adjuster. "Fair" and "Just" are John's principles. From being in this industry for over 20 years, John has extensive experience in the prosecution of catastrophic claims; complex litigation; personal injury;...
Melanie Brockmeier Jordy has lived in the Tampa Bay Area her entire life. After graduating from high school, Melanie went on to earn her BA degree in Child Development at Florida State University. After graduating, Melanie decided to continue her education at FSU and earned her Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling and her Educational Specialists degree in Educational Psychology. After FSU, Melanie moved back to the Tampa Bay Area and worked as the lead therapist with adolescents dealing with psychiatric issues such as PTSD, Sexual Trauma, Bipolar Disorder and Other behavioral disorders. After several years, Melanie then became the lead Educational Therapist working at a school within the residential facility. It was at the school that Melanie discovered her passion for working with kids with learning disabilities. In 2008, Melanie began working as the School Counselor at a boarding school for children ages 5-22 with learning disabilities such as ADHD, Dyslexia, Processing Disorders and Aspergers. In 2010 Melanie was promoted to Assistant Head of School where she began developing curriculum, staff development, and student recruiting. She also traveled the world working with other countries and their educational system, training school administrators and teachers who worked with Special Education. Melanie also traveled the country presenting at seminars on working with students with learning disabilities. In 2012 Melanie had to leave her field after the sudden death of her husband. She became a stay at home mom raising her three children. Since then Melanie has started her own non profit, Operation Lotus and enjoys volunteering.