Elizabeth (Beth) Aires is a trial attorney practicing plaintiff's personal injury law at Horst Law Firm in Central Florida. She represents clients with claims in the areas of Auto Accidents, Slip and Falls, Wrongful Death, Dog Bites, Premise Liability and all Personal Injuries. In addition, Beth handles a wide variety of property damage claims, including Hurricane claims.
Beth's proudest accomplishment as a first chair trial attorney is winning a 5 Million Dollar jury verdict for her client who was wrongfully injured in a trucking accident.
Beth attended Florida A&M University College of Law as a part-time evening student while working full-time at a law firm. In school, she was elected Vice Justice of Phi Alpha Delta, International Law Fraternity. She demonstrated academic excellence earning the Book Award (highest grade) in Advanced Florida Evidence. Always caring for and protecting the underdog, Beth devoted over one hundred hours representing indigent clients pro bono at the Orange County Legal Aid Society while still a law student. As a result of her extraordinary efforts, the Orange County Bar Association recognized her as the sole recipient of the prestigious “Law Student Award of Excellence”.
While earning her undergraduate degree at the University of Central Florida, Beth developed her desire to help others working as a career advisor and peer mediator. Beth was elected Membership Education Vice President of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi and graduated UCF as a Lead Scholar.
Prior to being sworn in as an attorney, Beth worked as a Legal Assistant and Intern with a prestigious local law firm and was only the third Legal Intern out of well over a hundred, ever asked to join the firm as an associate attorney.
Beth’s commitment to excellence and pursuit of her clients’ cause earned her early distinction and after 4 years working as an associate attorney, Beth joined the Horst Law firm as a partner. The Horst Law Firm is a boutique personal injury firm with an excellent reputation for client satisfaction and successful trial achievements. Today, Beth vigorously and successfully works to hold individuals and corporations accountable for their negligent conduct. Known for her aggressive, strategic and competitive trial skills and negotiation tactics, she has consistently earned impressive results for her clients.
Beth is licensed to practice in both Florida and Washington state in state and federal court and remains actively involved with the Legal Aid Society, the American Bar Association, and the Orange County Bar Association.
In her free time, Beth enjoys playing the guitar, soccer, and spending time with family and her 10lb apricot cockapoo, Penny Lane. Penny is an emotional support dog and spends her days with Beth in the office meeting clients.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.