Tina Trunzo Lute
Tina M. Trunzo Lute is an Associate Attorney at the Atlanta office of Goodman McGuffey LLP, representing self-insured and commercially insured employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims. Prior to joining the firm, Tina worked as an Associate Attorney for an insurance defense firm in Valdosta, Georgia defending a multitude of different types of cases.
Tina received her law degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami Gardens, Florida in 2012, and then earned her L.L.M. in Intercultural Human Rights in 2013, graduating Cum Laude. While attending St. Thomas University School of Law, she was the Editor-in-Chief of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, was published twice, and received Book Awards for Trial Advocacy Practice and International Criminal Law.
She was also a Certified Legal Intern with the Florida Department of Children and Families, presenting in front of the honorable Judge Rosa Figueroa. Tina spent her free time as a Research Assistant for her law school professors, including the Professor of Legal Writing Skills. Tina is a Florida native, born and raised in Boca Raton, and relocated to Georgia to practice law. She now lives in Buckhead with her husband and their son.
Awards & Recognitions
Co-Chair of the Workers’ Compensation section of the Young Lawyers Division (2019 – Present)
Atlanta Bar Association
Georgia Defense Lawyers Association (GDLA)
State Bar of Georgia (Workers’ Compensation Law Section)
Georgia Association for Women Lawyers
Ho v. San Francisco Unified School District (1994). In Multicultural America: An Encyclopedia. Trunzo-Lute, T.M., (2013)