Britainy A. Ambrosino, ESQ.

Attorney at Law

Britainy Ambrosino has spent more than a decade fighting for injured people against big insurance companies. Over the past twelve years, she has represented thousands of people and recovered millions of dollars for injured North Carolinians.

Britainy was born and raised in a military family near Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Her military upbringing has proven to be beneficial in her fight against big insurance. Britainy is not afraid to fight for maximum compensation and knows how to get it. She has spent every single moment of her career fighting only for injured people.

While Britainy received a top-notch education, graduated with honors and was in the charter class of Elon Law, her greatest education has come from the stories and experiences of her clients. Britainy has learned that while her clients need knowledgeable, aggressive representation, they also need compassion, empathy, and counseling. Britainy takes a down-to-earth approach to her relationship with clients and believes that everyone deserves an attorney who will talk with them, take their calls, give them updates, and never make them feel like they’re a bother for trying to understand what’s happening in their case.

Britainy’s clients close their cases feeling like they’ve received the best representation possible and know that should they ever have to go through this process again, they have someone in their corner.

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