Brooke Boltz was born and raised in Volusia County, Florida. She attended New Smyrna Beach Middle School, Spruce Creek High School and Stetson University.
In high school, Brooke participated in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, was a cheerleader, played clarinet in the band and was an undefeated weightlifter.
After graduating from Stetson University in 2002 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Brooke worked as a probation and pretrial services officer in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Spending time in the courtroom as a probation and pretrial services officer inspired Brooke to become a lawyer. Brooke attended Stetson College of Law, graduating cum laude in 2007.
While in law school, Brooke became a certified Zumba instructor while also serving as an intern to Federal Magistrate Judge Thomas McCoun and working as a law clerk at firms that practiced criminal law, family law, and Social Security Disability.
Brooke was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2008 and began her legal career as a civil litigation defense attorney. She worked for nine years at one of the largest civil litigation firms in the State of Florida.
In 2014, Brooke was promoted to partner and practiced in a variety of areas including personal injury, personal injury protection (PIP), special investigations unit (SIU), premises liability, professional negligence, negligent security, and home owners insurance disputes.
At the time of her departure, Brooke supervised 12 attorneys. Brooke also worked as a managing litigation attorney at a Plaintiff’s firm specializing in personal injury protection.
Brooke Boltz currently owns her own firm, Boltz Legal, representing clients in a variety of civil litigation matters.
Brooke strives to maintain frequent client contact while providing superior legal representation. Brooke prides herself on providing clients with an early and honest case evaluation.
Brooke and her husband, Richard, have two daughters, Lilah and Leia. When Brooke is not advocating for her clients, you can usually find her watching her daughters’ gymnastics practice or rollerblading in the neighborhood with her children.