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Jason Vanslette, partner at Kelley Kronenberg in Fort Lauderdale. Jason Vanslette, partner at Kelley Kronenberg in Fort Lauderdale.

Jason Vanslette was expected to die when the doctors took him off life support. His parents said their goodbyes to their 17-year-old son who was infected with West Nile virus. Yet somehow, Vanslette survived.

Now, Vanslette, a partner at Kelley Kronenberg who focuses his practice primarily on mortgage foreclosure litigation, owes his success in the courtroom to his time as a public defender. But, his near-death experience would not be the last time he had to face the virus that brought him to the brink of death.

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Michael A. Mora

Michael primarily covers litigation in South Florida for the Daily Business Review. You can contact him by email: [email protected]

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