"When in the fight of your life, you need a lawyer with commitment, dedication, courage, and integrity ingrained in his DNA."
Bar Admissions: District of Columbia Florida
Court Admissions: United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Education: JD: FL Coastal School of Law MHA: Medical College of VA BSBA: Florida State University
Special Honors: Disciplinary Hearing Committee, D.C. Bar Association Speaker, Florida Bar Speakers Bureau
Aaron Pease, MHA, JD
email Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Pease is a determined Attorney, Veteran, Entrepreneur, Author, and Educator.
Aaron has converged his knowledge of integrated healthcare delivery systems, law, and regulations, into a singular vision for Highbridge Law. Because of this, Aaron is uniquely qualified to advocate on your behalf and get you the compensation your family needs after suffering a devastating injury or wrongful death.
Aaron founded Highbridge Law following a long career as a hospital and healthcare-system administration professional dedicated to the delivery of efficient, effective, and safe patient care. Aaron founded Spear Point Medical Logistics, Inc., a healthcare consulting firm, serving acute care hospitals here in the U.S. as well as expeditionary and overseas health systems. Aaron has consulted foreign governments regarding integrated healthcare delivery networks, global medical supply chain, and population health management. In addition to national, state, and local bar associations, Aaron has been active within the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) for over 20 years.
Aaron is a distinguished service disabled Iraq War combat veteran and Fleet Marine Force, Naval Medical Service Corps officer. In 2004, and again in 2006, Aaron deployed to Al Anbar (western) Iraq where he directed medical logistics for coalition forces engaged in counter-insurgency operations within the Sunni triangle west to Jordan, north to Syria, and south to Saudi Arabia. At these times, Aaron led logistics support for U.S. Marine Corps and coalition forces theater-wide general medical and resuscitative surgical units representing over 34% of combat casualty care delivered during the Iraq war. On Sept 11, 2001, Aaron was the Director for Resources at Naval Hospital Guantanamo Bay Cuba. In the days following 9/11, Aaron established the first Joint Task Force detainee heath facilities. Aaron concluded his Naval career as Director, Medical Logistics, Operational Naval Forces world-wide.
Dedicated to practicing law, teaching, and writing, Aaron currently serves as a professor with the University of Maryland University College teaching in the MBA curriculum. Aaron previously served as adjunct professor with University of North Florida, College of Health, teaching Healthcare Finance and U.S. Healthcare Systems. Acting as a "bar exam coach," Aaron also helps recent law school graduates pass the Florida bar Exam and has published 3 books on the subject.
Aaron met his wife Kendall while serving in Cuba where Kendall was a staff Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). Kendall served as a Navy Nurse Corps officer, both home and abroad. Following graduation from Georgetown University, Nurse Anesthesia program, Kendall was designated as a CRNA and later served as a member of Fleet Surgical Team V where she embarked on USS Peleliu (LHA-5) and USS McCampbell (DDG-85). Kendall has continuously practiced anesthesia care in a variety of hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers though out the country in the years since leaving the Navy.
Aaron and Kendall live in Washington, D.C.