Ed Arango’s parents and their families were forced to leave Communist Cuba in l960. Through hard work and dedication, both his parents became professionals and, as a result, he learned to value the rights and liberties afforded to this great nation.
In 1999, Mr Arango graduated from the University of Miami, and then from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami in 2001. His father is an attorney and, in 2002, Mr. Arango began my legal career at his law firm, representing clients injured by the negligence of others. After moving to Orlando in 2004, he chose to continue working in the same capacity of advocate for the injured. He worked for two large law firms before joining Morgan & Morgan. Mr. Arango isactively involved in several civic and legal organizations.
Ed Arango is married to Laura, his law school sweetheart and together they have have two children, Daniel and Camilla.
- Personal Injury
- Wrongful Death
|$1,332,377.90 Verdict||Brian Mattatal v. Kissimmee Metal Recycling||Slip & Fall||2016|
|$16,668.77 Verdict||Allen Woolf v. Wilson Munoz||Car Accidents||2014|
Brian Mattatal v. Kissimmee Metal Recycling
Verdict - 2016
Allen Woolf v. Wilson Munoz
Verdict - 2014
- Florida Bar
- Church and Community Assistance Program, Board Member
- Florida Justice Association
- Hispanic Bar Association
- Osceola County Bar
- University of Miami, 1999
- St. Thomas School of Law, J.D., 2001