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Carlos H. Arce, Esq. focuses his practice in Health Law, HIPAA Compliance, Privacy and Data Breach, Personal Injury Protection and Medical Malpractice Defense.
Mr. Arce is a native of South Florida born and raised in Miami, FL. He received his Bachelors of Arts in History from Florida International University. After attending Florida International, Mr. Arce graduated from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law with his Juris Doctor and was awarded a Concentration in Health Law.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Arce worked for a large medical practice in the South Florida Community. His experience there has served as a guide and has provided an understanding of what healthcare providers face on a daily basis.
After completing the bar exam, Mr. Arce worked as an associate at a personal injury defense firm, where he gained knowledge and experience in civil litigation matters. He also handled healthcare regulatory issues and HIPAA compliance issues for various large healthcare entities.
Mr. Arce is versed in healthcare compliance Issues, privacy and data breach, telemedicine, healthcare regulations, employment law, civil litigation and corporate healthcare.
His client base includes healthcare entities, physicians, physician assistances, nurses and small to large business corporations. He handles transactional matter for these types of clients and potential litigation that may arise. Mr. Arce also handles, personal injury matters, car accidents, slip and falls, and other types of negligence claims. Additionally, he represents various types of healthcare providers in need of personal injury protection (PIP) benefits recovery.
He is a member of the Cuban American Bar Association, Broward County Bar Association and the Palm Beach County Bar Association. He is involved in the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar, the Florida Bar Health Law Section, the Heath Care Compliance Association and the American Health Lawyers Association. Carlos is admitted to the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Florida.