Excelling in Legal Services
Cromey Law has seen success in many areas of law since its inception. Its appellate practice has convinced the First District Court of Appeals to reverse several judges in a variety of cases ranging from domestic violence injunctions, vehicular manslaughter, to post-conviction relief cases. In his past, Jason has worked in a firm dedicated to personal injury, and he has brought that experience with him to the firm.
In addition, a large portion of Carrie’s career has been devoted to representing clients in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcies, representing homeowners in foreclosure cases, debtors in credit card cases, and people trying to grapple with their student loan debt.
Our Journey So Far
Our Journey Begins
In 2009, they moved to Pensacola where Jason assumed the role of Misdemeanor Chief from the public defender’s office, and Carrie worked with her father, a bankruptcy attorney in Alabama.
After a few years, Jason took an opportunity to work for Michles & Booth representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Carrie worked as an associate attorney for two commercial litigation firms which represented default mortgage servicers and banks where she learned the internal tactics banking institutions use when litigating foreclosures. Loaded with experience, Jason went back to practicing criminal defense and DUI law and Carrie left and devoted her skills and attention to the nonprofit world where she applied the knowledge she had learned working in the banking industry to aid individuals through the difficult bankruptcy and foreclosure processes.
The Founding of Cromey Law
Every new case presents the firm with another opportunity to apply its collective knowledge and skills to help clients through the chaos of the criminal justice system, the appellate process, bankruptcy & debt resolution, personal injury, and their fight with insurance companies.
Consistent Industry Recognition
In 2017, Carrie had the honor of participating in the Florida Bar Foundation-sponsored Racial Justice Fellowship. In 2018 she joined colleagues at the American Bar Association’s Equal Justice Conference in San Diego to present on community lawyering. In addition, in that same year, Carrie was appointed to the Florida Bar's Consumer Law Protection Committee. She has served on the committee for the past three years and is looking forward to her continued service with the Florida Bar in helping debtors obtain access to the courts.
Another Milestone for Carrie
Cromey Law's Growth and Continued Success
In 2019, looking to expand the services provided by the firm, Carrie Vaughn Cromey joined the office. While the bulk of her experience has centered around helping her clients fight against the banks and lending institutions, Carrie also spent time working for banks in bankruptcy and foreclosure cases. This experience allowed her great insight into how the financial institutions operate, and where they may be vulnerable.