Brock H. DeLorenzo


 Mr. DeLorenzo zealously and tenaciously defends our clients and major corporations in various types of civil cases including Commercial Litigation, Tort Law, and Personal Injury matters.  
Mr. DeLorenzo was born in New Haven, Connecticut but moved to Richmond, Virginia shortly thereafter. Mr. DeLorenzo attended James Madison University in Virginia, where he received his Bachelor of Business Administration. Before attending law school, Mr. DeLorenzo worked as a sales and marketing specialist for Star Tobacco. After two years of managing over two hundred retail locations, Mr. DeLorenzo enrolled in St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Mr. DeLorenzo graduated cum laude from St. Thomas University School of Law in 2006. During law school, Mr. DeLorenzo served on the Executive Board of the St. Thomas Law Review. He received Best Student Awards in Advanced Legal Writing, Wills and Trusts, and Admiralty II. He also received merit scholarships for his 2004-2006 academic performances. Mr. DeLorenzo worked for the Legal Writing Department as a Dean’s Fellow his third year. During his spare time, Mr. DeLorenzo served as the copy editor of the St. Thomas law publication, Plead the Fifth and was the President of the St. Thomas chapter of the Federalist Society.

While in law school, Mr. DeLorenzo clerked for two reputable South Florida firms where he focused on Insurance Litigation and Contract Litigation. After law school, Mr. DeLorenzo attended the University of Miami to study Maritime, Ocean and Coastal Law and continued his practice of Insurance Litigation.

Mr. DeLorenzo is a member of the Florida Bar and the Virginia Bar. During his spare time, Mr. DeLorenzo enjoys playing golf, visiting museums, jogging on the beach, and fishing.
Brock H. DeLorenzo
Shiner Law Group




95 South Federal Highway
First Floor
Boca Raton, Florida
United States

Areas of Expertise:
commercial litigation
tort law
personal injury
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