Brian Bell grew up in greater Boston and moved to Florida to attend the University of Florida. He graduated with Honors and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice in 1998. He went on to study law at University of Florida College of Law. While in Gainesville, Brian competed on the International Moot Court Team. He was also a Teaching Assistant for Legal Research and Writing.
After law school, Brian served as an attorney in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps. He served the majority of his JAG Corps career as a military prosecutor, serving in both South Carolina and the Republic of Korea. In addition to trying many jury cases in military court, he prosecuted trials in federal court as a Special Assistant United States Attorney.
Brian left federal service and entered private practice. He represents the injured and pursues compensation from negligent parties. Brian earned the Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent status. The rating is based on peer evaluations by other attorneys in the legal community. Only attorneys that practice under high general ethical standards and display legal abilities in the field of personal injury receive this valuation.
As an accident lawyer at the law firm of Bell & Bell, P.A., Brian achieved substantial results for his clients in the area of personal injury. In the past few years, Brian recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients. Today, Brian’s practice focuses on cases involving injuries resulting from many types of accidents. These include auto accidents, slip and fall accidents, motorcycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents.
A member of the Florida Bar, Brian is admitted to practice before the Florida Supreme Court. He is a member of the Broward County Bar Association. He previously served as the attorney for the Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce and secretary of the North Broward Bar Association. Brian was also a guest instructor in the paralegal program at Everest University in Pompano Beach.