Cora Cisneros Molloy currently represents insurance carriers, third party administrators, and employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims. She regularly delivers seminar presentations covering such topics as insurance fraud, adjuster ethics, and the role of the employer in workers’ compensation claims. Cora is a regular speaker at Henderson Franklin’s HR Law & Solutions educational seminar for human resource professionals and is available for in-house seminar presentations upon request. She also co-authored an article entitled “Using False Identification to Obtain Employment” which is featured in the October 2008 edition of the Henderson Franklin's employment law newsletter.
Prior to her employment with the Henderson Franklin, Cora practiced as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami, Florida, under the direction of former State Attorney and former United States Attorney General, Janet Reno. She then worked as an Assistant Statewide Prosecutor for former Florida Attorney General, Bob Butterworth, handling complex white-collar fraud criminal prosecutions and racketeering actions. She then entered the civil court litigation arena in 1990 and was an associate at a Coconut Grove law firm where she specialized in insurance defense/personal injury litigation.
Cora was selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America® for 2011, highlighting her focus in workers' compensation law.
Cora has been living in Florida since 1970 and is fluent in Spanish. She has two sons, Adam and Maxwell.
Cora is a member of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Florida Defense Lawyers Association, the Florida Bar Workers’ Compensation Section, Lee County Bar Association and the Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She is an associate member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and assists with the investigation and referral of insurance fraud claims to law enforcement.
Cora currently serves on the board of many organizations, including the Florida Defense Lawyers Association, United Way of Lee County and PACE Center for Girls in Lee County. She is also President of the Advisory Council of the Southwest Florida Make-A-Wish Foundation and a certified wish grantor.