Manny Arce, Esq.

Biography

Manny Arce is a civil trial lawyer whose practice focuses on personal injury claims including medical malpractice, wrongful death, auto accidents, premise liability, and defective products. He prides himself in his aggressive negotiation skills and impassioned advocacy on behalf of his clients.

Manny is a second generation Cuban-American who received his undergraduate degree at the Florida International University where he majored in Political Science. While attending F.I.U., he was nominated to the Honor Society of Pi Sigma Alpha.

He received his law degree from the University Of Miami School Of Law. While attending U.M., Manny was an active participant in multiple organizations. He held an executive position on the school’s Moot Court Board and was a staff editor on the Race and Social Justice Law Review. Manny was also selected to join the The Spellman-Hoeveler Chapter of the Inns of Court Honor Society. Through his hard work, he earned Honors Awards in both litigation courses taken and also received the Marco A. Vazquez Memorial Scholarship for outstanding skill in litigation.

Manny Arce is currently a member of the American Bar Association, Cuban American Bar Association, Florida Bar, and Dade County Bar Association. He also serves as the Vice President of the Young Alumni Council at the Florida International University. He is eligible to practice in the State of Florida and in the United States District Court Southern District of Florida.

Areas of Practice:

  • Personal Injury
  • Automobile Negligence
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Premise Liability
  • Products Liability
  • Slip and Fall Liability

Bar Admissions

  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida

Education

  • University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Florida
  • University of Miami Race and Social Justice
    Law Review, Staff Editor
  • Moot Court: University of Miami, Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board, Executive Board Member
  • Florida International University
    Political Science

Employment History

  • Bernstein and Maryanoff
    2003