Elizabeth D. Moneymaker is a Florida designated Super Lawyer for civil litigation. She focuses her practice on Litigation involving probate, guardianships, personal injury and employment law matters.
After earing her juris doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law, Ms. Moneymaker served as an active-duty Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army, and was awarded a Bronze Star for her service in Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom. She has also held positions as an in-house staff counsel for a national insurance company, and has several years experience with a local Sarasota firm specializing in insurance defense, employment and construction defect cases. She keeps abreast of legal issues as an adjunct professor of Legal Studies, teaching Tort Law, Contracts, International Law, Property Law, and Judicial Process among other courses.
Ms. Moneymaker is a member of the Manatee County Bar Association, Sarasota County Bar Association, the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and The Florida Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in Missouri, Georgia, Florida, and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.