Greg Jones and Jonathan Zaifert recently won a week long jury trial which concluded on April 25, 2014. Our firm represented a corporate defendant whose employee was alleged to have caused a car accident with a motorcyclist, which resulted in permanent brain damage to the plaintiff. After a week long jury trial with significant medical and accident reconstruction expert testimony, the jury concluded that our client’s employee was not negligent and did not cause the accident, and awarded the plaintiff zero damages.
Greg Jones represented Auto Owners Insurance Company in a personal injury claim for uninsured motorist benefits. After a week long trial, the jury rejected the plaintiffs request for well over a million dollars in damages..
John Guyton represented a gentleman injured in an auto accident. The at fault drivers auto insurer denied coverage for the accident. Through 2 separate lawsuits and an appeal, we successfully prosecuted the matters and recovered over $500,000 in damages and attorney’s fees. The final judgment where the insurance company had wrongfully denied coverage is attached.
Order Granting Southern-Owners Insurance Company’s Amended Motion For Final Summary Judgment.
Former of counsel, member inducted in to the Stetson University College of Law Hall of Fame.
Gregory D. Jones won one of PCA’s 2012 Double-Goal Coach Awards Presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance!
Jonathan Zaifert successfully defended a construction defect lawsuit in Pinellas County. Following a two week jury trial, the jury returned with a finding that our client’s work was not defective and therefore not liable for any of the Plaintiff’s alleged damages.
Jonathan Zaifert successfully defended a Tampa Bay business owner in a property damage lawsuit as a result of a fire. Following a jury trial, the jury returned with a finding that our client was not liable for any of the Plaintiff’s alleged damages.
Greg Jones and Jonathan Zaifert successfully defended a local business in an auto accident claim. Following a four day jury trial, the jury returned with a finding that our client was not negligent as a result of a sudden brake failure in the vehicle and that our client was not liable for any of the Plaintiff’s alleged damages.