Bianca L. Diener, Esq. is a partner at Font & Nelson, PLLC and focuses her practice on first-party property insurance litigation. Bianca Lupovici Diener was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and raised in Miami, Florida. After receiving a partial academic scholarship, and while caring for her small child, Bianca attended Florida International University in Miami where she was a member of the Golden Key Honor Society. In 1999, she graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Psychology. Bianca, who is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese, was also employed full-time during her undergraduate studies with the International Corporate Law Department of a major multinational law firm in Miami, Florida. In 2003, Bianca obtained her J.D. from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Prior to becoming a partner at Font & Nelson, Bianca assisted her husband, Erik D. Diener in establishing The Diener Firm, P.A., a law firm specializing solely in the area of first party insurance litigation with a focus on property insurance claims. While at The Diener Firm, Bianca represented both individuals and corporate entities for various types of property insurance claims, including, but not limited to, damages resulting from fire, storms, water, theft and vandalism. Previous to her experience at The Diener Firm, Bianca practiced with Mineo Diener (n/k/a Mineo Salcedo).
Bianca worked for the Broward office of a large national insurance defense law firm where she focused in the areas of contract, personal injury, automobile negligence, governmental tort liability, wrongful death, and premises liability. Clients included insurance companies, "Fortune 500" corporations, governmental entities, and individuals. Before focusing her practice in the area of civil defense litigation, Bianca specialized in the representation of homeowner's and condominium associations in the areas of corporate law and litigation.
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Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.