Peter John Mineo is a native of South Florida, and has resided here his entire life. His legal training and familiarity with the court room first began during his childhood when he would frequently spend time at his father’s law office and accompany him to court to observe trials. Even from a young age he knew he wanted to become a lawyer, and as a result participated in the debate team and forensics club during his school years.
Peter graduated from Chaminade Madonna College Preparatory in 1998 and went on to attend college at the University of Central Florida from which he graduated in 2002 with his Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in History.
In 2002, Peter enrolled in law school at Nova University’s Shepard Broad Law Center where he was named the school’s prestigious Goodwin Scholar, which carried with it an award of a full three year academic scholarship. Following his first semester of law school, Peter married his college sweetheart. Throughout law school Peter worked at the law offices of Mineo & Dellapina as a law clerk, where he endured rigorous training under his father, Peter Mineo, Jr., attending court regularly and drafting pleadings and motions to get the sort of actual on the job training law school often fails to provide.
Peter earned his Juris Doctorate was admitted to the Florida Bar as a practicing attorney in 2005. He then joined the law offices of Mineo & Dellapina as an associate attorney, and then was a partner in the subsequent entities of Mineo & Mineo, where he first began practicing in the area of first party property insurance in 2008, and now The Mineo Salcedo Law Firm.
In his early career, Peter was a general practitioner and quickly gathered a wide array of experience as a litigator practicing law in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, criminal law, corporate law, contracts, insurance law, foreclosure, international law, internet law, collection law, fraud and family law, including cases involving domestic/child abuse.
Peter is currently a specialist with many years of experience in the area of first party property insurance claims. He represents and is a zealous advocate for home owners, restoration and remediation companies and other vendors against insurance companies on property claims which have been underpaid or denied.
Peter currently resides in Cooper City, Florida with his wife and their four children.