Michelle Bedoya is an Associate at Wilson Elser's Orlando office. Michelle focuses her practice on civil litigation involving insurance and general liability defense of matters including personal injury, premises liability, product liability, wrongful death, automobile/ trucking liability, negligent security, contract disputes, indemnification disputes and professional liability. In the health care arena, Michelle has successfully defended providers in health care fraud investigations and charges. She also served as a presenter for Adventist University of Health Sciences and Professional Boundaries, speaking to health care professionals and students regarding medical ethics and licensure issues.
Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Michelle worked at the largest minority- and women-owned law firm in the country, a full-service business law firm serving public and private companies, professionals, entrepreneurs and individuals. Previously, Michelle practiced as a compliance analyst and attorney to a Fortune 500, multi-line national health care enterprise. She also worked as an associate at a law firm focused in health litigation, administrative law, compliance and the representation of health professionals and licensed health facilities in litigation, licensing, disciplinary issues, contracts, appeals, administrative hearings, regulatory matters and Medicare and Medicaid defense.
In law school, Michelle was appointed President of the American Constitution Society and Dean’s Writing Fellow of the Center for Academic Success. In addition, Michelle worked at several regional health services companies and held a legal internship with a personal injury and criminal defense law firm where she assisted with cases involving DUI, bail, slip and fall, sexual harassment and automotive liability. Michelle is community-focused and has volunteered for the East Orlando Health Fair and Clean the World Nonprofit Organization, and organized troop care package drives and canned food drives for the American Constitution Society.