Mr. Moffett understands what it means to suffer the loss of a loved one or to sustain a bodily injury and lose the ability to do the things one used to enjoy, all because of the negligence of another. He is willing to fight to recover compensation for what was taken from his client. As your lawyer, he will pursue the responsible parties and go to trial against the powerful.
Mr. Moffett is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law- the highest level of recognition by The Florida Bar of the competency and experience of an attorney who practices in the area of civil trial law. He is also rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell- the preeminent national publication in the legal field. According to Martindale-Hubbell, “This rating is based upon evaluations by other lawyers and is the highest ranking attainable by an attorney for ability and ethics in the practice of law. It is a distinction reserved for a select few in the legal community.”
Mr. Moffett would be honored to assist you and is available for a consultation in person or on the phone. If you would like to contact Mr. Moffett, he can be reached via the contact information listed below.
$65,841.86 Verdict Karina Del Castillo v. Stoney Dunlap Car Accidents 2016
$177,250.00 Verdict Mensing v. Progressive Insurance Company Car Accidents 2015
$780,000.00 Verdict Hamilton v. Hubbard Construction Slip & Fall 2015
$250,000.00 Verdict Bartz v. Griffiths and Booker Car Accidents 2015
$15,875.00 Verdict Cruz v. Stone Car Accidents 2013
$4,814,785.37 Verdict Smith v. Orange County, Fla. Car Accidents 2012
$855,926.03 Verdict McKenzie v. Crete Carrier Corporation and Donald Peterson Car Accidents 2012
$210,000.00 Verdict Dixon v. Greyhound Lines, Inc. Slip & Fall 2012
$75,002.00 Verdict Woods v. Fal. DOT; Ranger Construction and Lake County Car Accidents 2011
$105,825.00 Verdict Soto v. Martinez Car Accidents 2011
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•Supreme Court of the State of Florida
•All State of Florida Trial and Appellate Courts
•U.S. District Courts, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida Trial Bar
•U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
•The Florida Bar
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