Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, P.C.

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Marshall Dennehey Warner
Coleman & Goggin, P.C.
 
Orlando, Florida Office
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Landmark Center One, 315 East Robinson Street, Suite 550
Orlando, Florida  32801

(Orange Co.)

Telephone: 407-420-4380
Fax: 407-839-3008
http://www.marshalldennehey.com



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About this office:

Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, founded in 1962, has realized substantial growth in response to our continually expanding client base.

We are a defense firm, and our professional practices encompass a wide spectrum of litigation matters.

We are over 450 attorneys strong and have eighteen offices strategically located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Ohio, Florida, and New York.

This distribution of attorneys and offices provides our clients with access to statewide or regional representation coupled with strong, accessible, and experienced centralized management.

We are proud of the remarkable level of our internal stability, ensuring file handling continuity.

Surveys of the nation's largest firms consistently show our firm to be a leader in minority hiring and advancement.

Our expertise is evidenced by the fact that many of our attorneys have had books, chapter contributions, monographs, and articles published in their practice areas.

The members of our firm are quite active and play leadership roles in numerous professional, charitable, community, and business associations.

We are on the cutting-edge of alternative billing arrangements.

Inquiries concerning our firm should be directed to our President and CEO, Thomas A. Brophy, Esquire, whose direct dial number is (215) 575-2748. His fax number is (215) 575-0856, and his e-mail address is tabrophy@mdwcg.com. His address is 2000 Market Street, Suite 2300, Philadelphia, PA 19103.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
Defense Litigation Practice before all State and Federal Courts and Administrative Agencies. Amusement Park, Sports and Entertainment; Appellate Advocacy; Architectural and Engineering; Automobile Liability; Automotive Products Liability; Aviation; Bad Faith; Commercial Litigation; Construction Litigation; Employment Law; Environmental and Toxic Torts; Fraud Litigation; General Liability; Health Care Liability; Health Law; Insurance Coverage; Insurance Law; Intellectual Property; Life, Health and Disability; Liquor Liability; Long-Term Care Liability; Maritime; Media; Medical Device and Pharmaceutical; Medical Malpractice; Municipal Liability and Civil Rights; Products Liability; Professional Malpractice; Property Damage; Real Estate E&O; Retail Liability; Securities and Investments; Special Investigations Litigation; Technology; Transportation Litigation; Trucking Litigation; Workers' Compensation.


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Opening the Floodgates for Runaway Jury Verdicts? Florida Supreme Court Declares Caps on Noneconomic Damages Unconstitutional in Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death Litigation
Chanel A. Mosley, June 4, 2014
On March 13, 2014, the Florida Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the caps on damages applicable to wrongful death claims in a medical malpractice cause of action. Estate of McCall v. United States, 2014 Fla. LEXIS 933 (Mar. 13, 2014). In a 5-2 ruling, Justice R. Fred Lewis wrote the opinion...

Opening the Floodgates for Runaway Jury Verdicts? Florida Supreme Court Declares Caps on Noneconomic Damages Unconstitutional in Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death Litigation
Chanel A. Mosley, May 29, 2014
On March 13, 2014, the Florida Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the caps on damages applicable to wrongful death claims in a medical malpractice cause of action. Estate of McCall v. United States, 2014 Fla. LEXIS 933 (Mar. 13, 2014). In a 5-2 ruling, Justice R. Fred Lewis wrote the opinion...

Lawyer Liability Extended To Third-Party Beneficiaries for One-Sided Inter Vivos Transfers of Property
Robert Garcia, March 28, 2014
The defendant attorney and law firm were retained by a corporation to prepare a quitclaim deed to gift a piece of property from the corporation to the plaintiffs. After recording of the deed, a third-party challenged the conveyance, which was ultimately held to be invalid. The plaintiffs brought...




Representative Clients:
Acceptance Insurance Company; Ace USA; Acme Markets, Inc.; Aegis Insurance Group; Allstate Insurance Company; American Honda Motor Company, Inc.; American International Group; American Reinsurance Company; Amerimar Realty Company; Amguard Insurance Company; Anheuser Busch Companies, Inc.; Aon Corporation; ARAMARK; Avis Rent-A-Car Systems, Inc.; Bayliner Marine Corporation; Bethlehem Steel Corporation; BIC Corporation; Bituminous Insurance Company; Bridgestone Tire; Britamco Underwriters, Inc.; Budget Rent-A-Car Corporation; Cambridge; Cameron-Cooper Corporation; Campbell Soup Company; Canal Insurance Company; Catholic Mutual Group; CDI Corporation; CGH Claims Services; Chubb Group of Insurance Companies; CIGNA Insurance Group Claims and Risk Control, Inc.; Cincinnati Insurance Company; Clarendon National Insurance Company; Claridge Casino Hotel; Claims Management Services; CNA Insurance Companies; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Conair Corporation; Consolidated Freightways; Countrywide Services Corp.; Crawford & Company; Crum & Forster; Cunningham Lindsey; VS; Daimler Chrysler Corporation; Denny's Restaurant; Dorney Park Coaster Co., Inc; Eastern Engineering and Elevator Company; Empire Insurance Company; Empire State Claims Service; Employers Insurance of Wausau; Employers Mutual Insurance Company; Encompass-NJ; Erie Insurance Company; Executive Risk; Federal Black Lung; Federated Department Stores, Inc.; Fireman's Fund Insurance Company; First Mercury Syndicate; First Union Corp.; GAB Robins/North America, Inc.; Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.; General Electric Company; Georgia-Pacific Corporation; General Motors Corporation; General Star Indemnity Company; Gerling American Insurance Company; Getty Oil Company; Giles & Ransome; Gillians Wonderland Pier; Great American Insurance Cos.; Hardee's Food Systems, Inc.; Harleysville Insurance Co.; Honda Motor Company, Ltd.; Hyatt Hotels; Integon Insurance Company; INX International Ink Company; ITT Consumer Financial Corporation; J.B. Hunt Transportation, Inc.; J.C. Penney Financial Services & Insurance Company; K & K Insurance Group; Kemper National Insurance Company; Kmart Corporation; Liberty Mutual Insurance Company; Living Well Lady; Lloyds of London; Lumberman's Underwriting Alliance; Makita USA, Inc.; Marsh USA, Inc.; May Department Stores; Manville Personal Injury Settlement Trust; Marriott Corporation; Mazda Motor Corporation; McDonald's Corporation; Medical Cat Fund; Medical Inter-Insurance Exchange; Mellon Bank; Merck and Company, Inc.; Metropolitan Property & Casualty Company; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. (3M); Mitsubishi Heavy Industries; Mitsubishi Motors Corporation; National Interstate; National Railroad Passenger Corporation; Nationwide Group; Naughton Insurance; Nestle USA, Inc.; NJ Cure; Nordstrom, Inc.; Occidental; Orkin Exterminating Company; Overnite Transportation Company; Pennsylvania Insurance Guaranty Association; Pennsylvania Inter-Governmental Risk Management Association; Philadelphia Eagles; PNC Bank Corporation; Pret-Rubin, Inc.; Price America Financial Services; Princeton Insurance Company; Prudential Property & Casualty Insurance Company; Prudential Reinsurance Company; Quaker City Insurance Company; Ranger Insurance Company; Republic Insurance Company; Richard I. Rubin & Co., Inc.; Riddell, Inc.; Risk Enterprise Management; Risk Retention; Risk Services, Inc.; Rite-Aid Corporation; Roadway Services, Inc.; Royal Insurance Company; RSKco.; Safeco Insurance Companies; Sara Lee Corporation; Schindler Elevator Corporation; Scottsdale Insurance Company; Sears, Roebuck and Company; Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc.; Selective Insurance Company; Selective Insurance Group; Shand Morahan Company; Sherwin Williams; Six Flags Great Adventure; SFK USA, Inc.; St. Paul Insurance Companies; Supervalu; Suzuki Motor Corporation; Target Stores; Temple University; The Boeing Company; The Carrier Corporation; The Coca-Cola Company; The Delaware Valley Insurance Trust; The Doctor's Company; The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; The Ohio Casualty Insurance Company; The Pep Boys - Manny, Moe and Jack; The Philadelphia Housing Authority; The PMA Group; The Shelby Insurance Company; The Stanley Works; The Travelers Insurance Companies; Thompson Consumer Electronics; TJ Maxx Company; Toplis & Harding, Inc.; TIG Insurance; Trek Bicycle Corporation; Tyco International; U-Haul Corporation; United Educators Insurance Risk Retention Group, Inc.; United Parcel Service; United Skates of America; United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company; University of Pennsylvania; USAA; U.S. Steel Mining Company; Utica Mutual Insurance Company; VHA East, Inc.; Waste Management Systems, Inc.; Wawa, Inc.; Weichert Realtors; Wells Fargo Guard Service; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; Westport Insurance Company; Weyerhaeuser Company; Whirlpool Corporation; White Consolidated Industries, Inc.; Willis-Corroon Administrative Services; Yellow Freight System, Inc.; Young Men's Christian Association; Zurich-American Insurance Company.



 

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