Melissa McDavitt, a partner in the West Palm office of Conroy Simberg, focuses her practice in personal injury protection (PIP), no-fault and special investigations unit (SIU) claims. AV-Rated Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell, she has handled and tried numerous cases, including those involving PIP fraud, improper billing, and coverage. Melissa practices before all Florida state courts and is licensed to provide continuing education courses to Florida insurance adjusters. Melissa is also a member of Conroy Simberg's Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
Melissa continues to distinguish herself not only by providing clients with exceptional legal counsel, but by standing at the forefront of the one of the biggest issues affecting Floridians – insurance fraud. She frequently assists local law enforcement agencies together with Insurance Special Investigative Unit(s) (SIU) to share intelligence and report suspected insurance fraud activity, and communicate directly with the Division of Investigative & Forensic Services (DIFS). Melissa’s work in this area has assisted with the arrests and convictions of those who have committed insurance fraud.
Melissa belongs to several professional legal organizations and has contributed to local charities. She is a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity’s Women’s Build and an avid indoor cyclist. Melissa combines her love of athletics with charitable giving. Melissa has participated in charities rides to benefit the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria.
Melissa obtained a juris doctor, magna cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University after obtaining a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration from the University of Florida. While in law school, Melissa was a teaching assistant for both civil procedure and constitutional law. Additionally, she worked as a research assistant and received the book award in Torts.