Jamie Harris is an attorney in the Firm’s Property Damage Practice and splits her time between the Firm’s Tampa and Panama City offices.
Jamie focuses her practice on helping homeowners by fighting insurance companies that have wrongfully denied and unpaid homeowners’ insurance claims. Prior to joining Kanner & Pintaluga, Jamie worked for a civil defense firm and represented numerous insurance carriers in first-party property damage disputes and third-party general liability matters. Her first-party property practice included defending insurance carriers in hurricane, tropical storm, wind, hail, fire, and water damage claims, as well as numerous other perils causing damage to homes.
Jamie is a Florida native and a graduate of the University of Florida where she received her B.S. in Political Science with a minor in Entrepreneurship. She went on to receive her J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While in law school Jamie worked as a Certified Legal Intern for the school’s Gator Team Child Juvenile Law Clinic. In that position, she advocated for children in dependency, delinquency, administrative, and educational matters. Jamie also interned for the Office of the General Counsel at a local college in Gainesville and for a prominent real estate firm in Tampa. where she assisted in representing creditors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy disputes. Following her graduation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Jamie worked as an associate attorney representing disabled veterans at the administrative and appellate levels nationwide.
Jamie is active in the community and serves as the President of the Young Lawyers Section of the St. Peterburg Bar Association (2021-2022) and is the Secretary of the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Tampa Bay Water Keeper, dedicated to ensuring fishable, swimmable, and drinkable water in the Tampa Bay area. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, nature photography, paddle boarding with her yellow lab, and volunteering for organizations dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of Florida marine life.