Mario R. Giommoni joined the Boldt Law Firm in 2011 while attending law school as a second-year student at Nova Southeastern University. Mario was awarded the Merit Law Scholarship in law school and received his J.D., magna cum laude in 2012. During law school, Mario was an Articles Editor for the Nova Law Review, receiving the Red Pen Award for Best Editor of the Year from 2011 through 2012.
Prior to attending law school, Mario graduated magna cum laude from Florida State University in 2008, double majoring in Finance and International Business. During college, Mario was a member of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honors Society and studied abroad in the Republic of Panama focusing on Latin American politics and business contracts.
Since joining the firm, Mario has become an integral part the firm’s appellate and litigation team, serving catastrophically injured clients in courtrooms throughout the United States. In March of 2016, Kimberly L. Boldt and Mario served as litigation appellate counsel for a brain-injured child in El Dorado, Arkansas, where the jury awarded a $46.5 million-dollar verdict which was collected on her behalf. In 2015, Kimberly and Mario successfully upheld a $23 million-dollar verdict in Port Charlotte, Florida, while striking down the medical malpractice noneconomic damages caps in personal injury cases in the Second District Court of Appeal.
Mario also has substantial appellate experience and knowledge in commercial and business appeals serving businesses throughout Florida on an array of different topics and issues.
Mario was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil to Italian parents and moved to South Florida in 1997. He spent most of his time growing up outside––surfing, snowboarding and fishing. For Mario, yearly surfing trips to remote parts of the world are a must; from Brazil to Nicaragua, from Hawaii to California, surfing is what keeps Mario centered, balanced and ultimately focused on the practice of law.
Mario is admitted to practice law in Florida and is fluent in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.