James Riley Hodder, Esq.

James Riley Hodder

Grew up in the Greater Boston, Massachusetts area and attended Keene State College in New Hampshire, where he earned a degree in music education. He soon realized that music made a better avocation than vocation, and switched careers and became a computer software consultant. In addition to computer programming, Riley developed expertise in accounting, inventory control, discrete manufacturing, and computer security. Later on, he attended Suffolk University Law School in Boston. After law school, Riley worked for several law firms in Massachusetts, primarily representing injured workers. As a workers’ compensation attorney, Riley had the opportunity to plead many cases at the appellate level, some of which had an effect on Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation law. Since moving to Florida and joining the Florida Bar, Riley specialized in Social Security Disability law before joining the Aaronson Law Firm. He now represents consumers in disputes with timeshare developers and management.

Education:
B.Mus., Keene State College, 1978
J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 2007

Bar Admissions:
Florida (2015)
Massachusetts (2007)
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts (2009)

Education:
B.Mus., Keene State College, 1978
J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 2007

Bar Admissions:
Florida (2015)
Massachusetts (2007)
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts (2009)