Since 1984 the personal injury attorneys at The Florida Law Group have dedicated their careers to protecting the rights of the wrongfully injured. Specializing in auto accident, personal injury and wrongful death claims, our attorneys have been recognized for excellence by the Multi Million Dollars Advocates Forum, Florida Super Lawyers®, AVVO, The National Board of Trial Advocacy, The National Association of Distinguished Counsel, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and Best Attorneys of America. The Trial Lawyer Board of Regents has ranked us in the top 1% of all law firms in the nation for the settlements we have obtained.
Since 1984, The Florida Law Group has been helping the injured obtain just and fair compensation from wrongdoers and their insurance companies. Our award-winning lawyers have obtained million-dollar recoveries for our clients and have been nationally recognized for their efforts. We firmly believe each family deserves to be treated as our number-one priority, and we are committed to doing just that.
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The Florida Law Group is a lawyer-owned, lawyer-driven, and client-centered law firm with no settlement quotas to meet and no multi-million-dollar advertising budgets to pay. We have been included in the Florida Super Lawyers® list, awarded a perfect 10/10 rating on Avvo, included in The National Association of Distinguished Counsel, and named to The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Headed up by a NBTLA Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist, our team of professional trial lawyers are ready to stand up and fight for the compensation you deserve.
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