Amy Currotto is an Associate Attorney specializing in First Party Coverage, Extra Contractual Claims, and Bad Faith Litigation.
Amy began her career working in the halls of United States Congress in Washington DC, where she focused on a wide array of issues including policy that impacts the Florida insurance industry.
Before attending law school, Amy Currotto trained as an opera singer and actor. With the experience of being a performer, Amy learned early on how to engage an audience and command a courtroom. Amy studied acting at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC and obtained a Bachelor’s in Music from the University of South Florida. During her time at the University of South Florida, Amy founded the USF Model United Nations Program and served as its President during the duration of her time at the University of South Florida.
Amy graduated from the University District of Columbia School of Law, where she served as President of the UDC Law Mock Trial Team, President of the UDC Law Negotiations Team, and President of the International Law Society. While attending law school, Amy also worked at the World Bank at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes and served as a Teaching Assistant where she taught and tutored classmates in Evidence. Amy focused heavily in law school on obtaining trial skills by working as a Student Attorney for Law students in Court, where she would represent indigent clients in D.C. Superior Court. Amy has also won numerous international negotiations awards, including “Best Delegate” and “Honorable Mention” at the Czech Republic and Washington DC National Model United Nations Conference. Amy has lectured across the country on topics related to negotiations, dispute resolution, and human rights.
Amy is an active contributor to the Tampa Bay community. Amy volunteers her time performing with the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay and the Florida Orchestra. She directs and produces musical theatre productions at Largo Cultural Community Center, and judges local mock trial, negotiations, and moot court competitions.
Amy currently serves as a Vice Chair of the American Bar Association’s Property Insurance Litigation Committee. She is a Member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Hillsborough County Bar Association Trial and Litigation Section.