I was the kind of kid who always had a knack for professionalism. Even before I knew exactly what I wanted to do with my life, I was sure it would involve helping people in some capacity on an expert level. While I was in college at the University of Louisiana — Monroe, my cousin took notice of his potential and began to serve as a mentor in my life. He encouraged me to keep up my academic success and motivated me to use my business skills to make a difference in the world.
Eventually, I started to work at my cousin's law firm where I took on tasks such as writing and clerking. During my time there, I discovered exactly what my passion was and decided to pursue law, as well. I went on to earn my Juris Doctorate at Mississippi College and graduated in 2012. While I studied law, my cousin allowed me to learn from the workers' compensation and other personal injury cases handled by his firm. Once I graduated, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I passed the bar and founded my own practice, Bruscato Law.
I’m dedicated to protecting the injured and being there for them when they need me most.