Tobechuku Nwahiri’s practice focuses on insurance defense, personal liability defense and civil litigation.
Upon admission into the Florida Bar, Mr. Nwahiri served the community in which he was born by becoming an Assistant Public Defender at the Howard Finkelstein Law Offices of The Public Defender which is lead by “Help Me Howard” of WSVN.
While serving as an Assistant Public Defender, Mr. Nwahiri protected the constitutional rights of the indigent by taking over 50 cases to trial, arguing over 40 dispositive motions, and negotiating the resolution for the thousands of clients he represented while serving for over 4 years. Mr. Nwahiri also argued and challenged Drug Recognition Expert testimony under the “Daubert” standard.
Mr Nwahiri was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2014. He is a member of the T.J. Reddick Bar Association and the Nigerian American Foundation. He is also a mentor for Tranquil Manor Mentoring With a Father’s Heart.
Mr. Nwahiri earned his undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University, and his law degree from Shepard Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University.