Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig
Tampa, Florida OfficeView all offices
400 North Ashley Drive, Suite 2300
Telecopier: 813-281-0900 Outside Florida: 1-800-283-1193
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About this office:
We are unique in that our practice is devoted entirely to defense and insurance litigation. Our clients are corporations, insurance companies, and insured individuals, and our representation of them has taken us across the United States, to Europe and the Caribbean. We aspire to provide the highest quality counsel and, at the same time, to meet the administrative demands of our institutional clients. Hopefully, our 30 year record speaks for itself.
In professional activities, our history is a distinguished record. Our partners have played prominent roles in national legal organizations, such as the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (President), the Defense Research Institute (Board of Directors), and Lawyers for Civil Justice (President). We know that our participation in these bodies builds our legal knowledge. We also believe that the professional connections we have gained, provide a demonstrable benefit to our clients.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Insurance; Self-Insured Defense; Litigation Practice; Property Law; Fire; Theft Losses; Business Interruption; Builders Risk; Construction Law; Environmental Contamination; Class Actions; Excess Disputes; Complex Coverage; General Casualty; Toxic Torts; Cargo; Legal Malpractice; Medical Malpractice; Nursing Home Litigation; Fidelity And Surety; Premises Liability; Governmental Liability; Directors; Officers; Products Liability; Extra-Contractual; Large Loss Subrogation Matters; Appellate Practice; Federal Practice.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Trying to Upend the Workers’ Compensation Act in Florida
David A. Mercer, February 9, 2015
A recent and unusual opinion out of the Circuit Court for Miami-Dade County may, at the minimum, be a harbinger for changes to come to Florida’s Workers’ Compensation Act. At the maximum, it could also provide the basis for thousands of potential liability lawsuits.
Year Established: 1979
(All attorneys are members of their local Bar Associations and The Florida Bar).
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