Cristina Cambo was born in Newark, New Jersey and grew up in Orlando, Florida. Ms. Cambo is bilingual in Spanish and is a dual citizen of the United States and Spain. She graduated with Honors from Wake Forest University in 2006, with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a double-minor in Anthropology and International Studies. She earned her law degree as a merit scholar at Stetson University College of Law in 2011, where she was a member of the Moot Court Board and the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society. While on the Moot Court Board, Ms. Cambo was awarded Best Claimant’s Brief at the 2011 Willem C. Vis (East – Hong Kong) Moot and Honorable Mention for Best Respondent’s Brief in the same competition. She also received the Victor O. Wehle Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy, the Book Award in Comparative Corporate Governance, and served as a research assistant to Professor Luz Nagle. Ms. Cambo also interned with the Chief Judge of the Middle District of Florida in 2009.
Since graduating from law school, Ms. Cambo has focused her practice on the areas of first and third-party insurance coverage and defense, as well as professional liability litigation. In her insurance practice, she defends property insurers in first-party coverage and defense matters regarding claims for windstorm, water, hurricane, fire, mold, and theft losses throughout the state of Florida. Her practice also includes assisting insurers in all aspects of a coverage dispute, including pre-suit investigations, coverage evaluations, responses to civil remedy notices, declaratory judgment and bad faith litigation. Ms. Cambo has authored several articles and given presentations on current case law trends, best practices and ethical considerations related to her insurance practice.
Ms. Cambo is licensed to practice in all Florida State Courts, as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. Ms. Cambo is a partner at the Bolin Law Group and is currently a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division.