Frank Camaro

Paralegal

Frank has been a litigation paralegal for over 16 years and has a wide scope of experience including medical malpractice, construction law, commercial litigation and insurance defense. He has experience in all aspects of the litigation process including drafting pleadings, analyzing medical and wage loss evidence, conducting site inspections, trial preparation and communicating with witnesses and clients. He has been an instrumental part of many large complex trials.

Frank is a United States Army veteran. He was an Infantryman stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. He was awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal for his work during Operation Pacific Haven which helped evacuate Kurdish refugees from Northern Iraq and resettle them in the United States.

Frank has volunteered his time in the community in a variety of ways including coaching basketball to children in the Police Athletic League and preforming pro bono paralegal work through the Hawaii Paralegal Association.