Tessah Ceballos, Senior Paralegal
Tessah Ceballos is a Senior Mass Tort Paralegal at The Michael Brady Lynch Firm.
Tessah began her paralegal career in 1987 and worked for ten years in the family and dependency law field. In 2004, she decided to explore the field of business and gained valuable experience in acquisition, integration, project management and small business portfolio management.
Tessah resumed her paralegal career in 2014 as a civil litigation paralegal assisting with drafting litigation documents, filing new cases, discovery and records production, commercial evictions, and business sales. She earned her Associate degree from Valencia Community College.
As Senior Mass Torts Paralegal, she oversees the Pradaxa, Xarelto, Onglyza, Invokana, Essure, Zofran and Viagra litigation staff and is responsible for handling the Case Management/Electronic Case Files (CM/ECF) matters in multiple courts throughout the country.
In her spare time, she enjoys cooking with her husband, climbing and playing with her seven-year-old daughter. Tessah coaches baton and dance in Osceola County. She also is a Judging Official at the State, Regional and National levels in the Sport of Baton Twirling.