Over 25 years of experience in personal injury law

Since 1992 Vince Bruner has devoted his practice solely to work as a Plaintiff's personal injury lawyer, dedicated to assisting people injured in accidents.

Vincent Bruner Jr.

Vincent Bruner Jr.Vincent works as an attorney alongside his father (Vince Bruner Sr.), brother (Drew Bruner), Sister (Peggy Bruner Lancos), and brother-in-law (Joe Lancos). Born and raised in Fort Walton Beach, Florida he attended Choctawhatchee High School, graduating in 2006. After high school he attended Auburn University majoring in hospitality management with a minor in business, where he graduated in 2010.

Upon graduation Vincent decided to pursue law and attended the University of Tulsa College of Law. During law school Vincent interned at the State Attorney’s Office in the 1st Judicial Circuit of Florida, where he gained experience in the courtroom with criminal proceedings. Vincent became a member of the Florida Bar in April of 2014.

Vincent enjoys traveling, tennis, cycling, swimming, fishing, and cheering on the Auburn Tigers. Vincent is married to Alexa Guarachi Bruner of Miramar Beach, Florida. Alexa plays professional tennis in the WTA for Chile. They own a golden retriever named “Bee.”

In his spare time, Vincent works as a local entrepreneur running an e-commerce business. Vincent is also a member of the First United Methodist Church of Fort Walton Beach.

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