We are litigation attorneys and trial attorneys. In the event reasonable resolution of your case can't be obtained pre-suit, and a decision is made to litigate, we will file the necessary lawsuit, petition or claim in the appropriate Court, jurisdiction and venue. Our attorneys will litigate the case, setting and attending necessary depositions, obtaining appropriate discovery, retaining appropriate expert witnesses, filing appropriate motions and pleadings, advocating at hearings and mediations, and conducting trial. Except in rare circumstances, your case will not be referred out to another law firm for representation, litigation or trial.
The law firms' partners possess over sixty years of combined legal experience that allows our firm to initiate and complete representation of you and your interests prior to or at trial. Except in rare circumstances, when you retain our law firm, we remain your law firm through settlement, judgment or verdict. The partners have successfully completed hundreds of trials in civil and administrative settings. The partners' expansive experience and consistent commitment to providing exceptional service to injured individuals and/or surviving family members is what sets us apart.
Our firm is committed to hiring and retaining highly skilled and qualified associates supplemented by experienced and professional personnel to better serve our clients throughout the State of Florida and South America. Our secretarial and administrative staff possess an average of nineteen years experience with approximately half of those years accumulated while working with the firms' partners. Our loyalty to our staff, and vice versa, provides stability within our firm that better allows us to serve our clients and obtain desired results. Our firm is fully bilingual.
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