Grant Skolnick graduated with honors from the University of Florida for his undergraduate studies. For law school, Grant attended Nova Southeastern University, where he received the Insurance Law and Products Liability Book Awards and was chosen to be the graduation speaker. During his studies, Grant was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, as well as Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma and Golden Key National Honorary Societies. Additionally, Grant was a recipient of the President's Academic Achievement Award.

Prior to opening his own law practice, Grant worked as a civil litigator for the Law Offices of Max Rudmann and then as a Director for the Palm Beach County Clerk of the Circuit Court and County Comptroller. For over a decade, Grant has volunteered as the legal counsel for Palm Beach Recovery Coalition, Inc., a Florida Not-For-Profit charitable organization which he helped found and which is dedicated to providing support services and living accommodations for men suffering from substance abuse related disorders and homelessness. Grant was the host of TV 20's Special Edition, was the master of ceremonies for the Palm Beach County Martin Luther King Day Celebration and was the ring announcer for the Junior Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament.

In his free time, Grant enjoys spending time with his wife Katharine, his daughter Kalena and his boxer Stoni.

Grant J. Skolnick, Esq.

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Skolnick Injury Law represents clients for a wide array of legal services, including, but not limited to:

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