For the past 25 years, the Florida Bar has recognized my expertise in trying cases to juries by awarding me the designation of Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney.1 Not every lawyer is awarded this designation. This is a prestigious designation that recognizes my experience in the area of civil trial. It is only awarded to trial attorneys who meet rigorous experience and examination requirements, and who are recommended for the award by other trial attorneys and judges. Other lawyers have given me the highest rating for competence and trustworthiness a lawyer can achieve (an AV rating) in a publication called Martindale Hubbell. This business rates the competence and reputation of lawyers throughout the world. Check it out. Martindale Hubbell is online.
1 Unlike Florida, Virginia does not designate attorneys as board certified in any area of law nor does it have a procedure for adopting and/or approving the Florida State Bar's board certification.
No fees unless we are successful
If I agree to represent you, you will not pay a penny for my services, nor pay any of the costs of prosecuting your claim, unless I recover money damages from the person(s) causing the automobile accident and your injuries. If I am able to recover money damages for you or your family, my fee will be a percentage of the amount recovered in accordance with the standard fees for this kind of case.
Free telephone consultation
Again, if you are not sure whether your claim qualifies as a serious injury, I am glad to speak with you in a free consultation to give you my opinion about your case. Please feel free to call me at (954) 523-4101 to tell me what happened and describe your injuries. When you call that number, I will either answer the telephone or you will get my personal voice mail. If you get my voice mail and leave your name and telephone number, I will personally return your call, usually within the hour.