Tammy Brito focuses her practice on construction and casualty litigation. She has experience representing developers, contractors, and design professionals in construction defect claims, default claims, and contract disputes involving residential and commercial projects. Tammy has also represented clients in personal injury and premises liability matters. Along with her legal experience, she is also a Licensed Roofing Contractor for the state of Florida.
Tammy graduated from Florida International University with a B.A. in Political Science. She received her law degree from Florida International University College of Law, where she earned Dean's List honors and was a Pro-Bono Award recipient for completing over 130 hours of charitable legal work. While in law school, Tammy served as a Staff Editor on The Florida International University Law Review, where she authored a comment and proposed amending Florida's construction defect statute, Chapter 558, to grant contractors an absolute right to cure alleged construction defects. She also served as a student attorney for the Small Business Clinic at FIU, where she assisted on a project focused on the development of low income housing. Further, Tammy served as a legal intern for the State Attorney's Office, 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida.
Prior to joining Rumberger, Tammy practiced construction litigation at a national firm that focused on the representation of developers and general contractors in multi-million dollar defect claims.