Attorney Baskin Jones is a lifelong Mississippian who was born in Jackson, Mississippi. He spent his early life in the Mississippi Delta, and saw the difficulties faced by injured workers and those with unpaid insurance claims.
Jones Law firm can be reached in a number of different ways from the instant chat, to email and phone consultation. The purpose of a free, no-obligation, consultation is to inform you of your rights and give you peace of mind that either you have found the right attorney, or that there may be some other option for your claim.
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Piercy Stakelum has always had a strong passion for a justice-a zealous desire to stand up for those who have been mistreated, hurt, or injured due to the actions of others. That passion led him to a career as a prominent personal injury in Florida.
In 2001, Piercy r opened The Law Office of Piercy J. Stakelum, P.A. in Orlando-which is now know as Trial Pro, P.A. The firm provides representation in complex personal injury cases, workers’ compensation claims, overtime disputes, and more, dedicated to protecting individuals’ rights in every matter.
Trial Pro, P.A. works with Floridians in a range of personal injury legal matters. Our practice areas include all forms of accidents; auto collisions, motorcycle collisions, wrongful death claims, slip-and-fall accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, construction injuries, and workers comp accidents. With offices in Orlando, Tampa, Melbourne, Naples and Ft. Myers Trial Pro, P.A. supplies strategic guidance and counsel to clients in areas such as Kenansville, Taft, Chuluota, Kendall, Miromar Lakes, Pine Island Center and all over Florida. Call our law firm for a complimentary and confidential discussion of your case.
Trial Pro P.A. is pleased to provide exceptional service and value long-term relationships with our clients throughout the State of Florida, including our office in Central Florida. Our dedicated legal assistants and injury attorneys deal with a range of legal issues, from labor disputes to car accident claims. Our team can put into action our expertise and legal abilities to help you not only achieve a positive outcome but ease the legal stress from your shoulders as well. Our entire team comprehends how tough and difficult judicial proceedings can be, and that is why our team is ready for you through every stage of the legal process.
Our Firm knows that it is very difficult to pursue any type of accident insurance claim without the know-how supplied by an experienced and competent lawyer. The proper attorney can help you evaluate ways in which the evidence of your insurance claim supports your qualifications to pursue a settlement. Attempting to sort this out on your own could be discouraging given the already serious ramifications you are managing after a car accident. Our Law Firm understands how to piece together this relevant information and fight for you.
He is one of the preeminent trial lawyers in West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky. Respected by colleagues and Judges alike, he concentrates his practice in litigation involving serious personal injury and medical malpractice in West Virginia and eastern Kentucky. He is also a sought after mediator to assist in resolving a wide variety of cases.John graduated from West Virginia University magna cum laude with a B.S. in 1977. He received his law degree from West Virginia University College of Law in 1980 while graduating Order of the
Bill Frame began practicing law since 1982. Early on his career, Bill was trying complex cases involving defective products, coal mining injuries and deaths, major motor vehicle collisions, catastrophic explosions and burn injuries, medical malpractice and construction site incidents. For his passion and commitment to his clients, Bill has been recognized by his peers and honored for his works.
Bob Schuster is a prominent Wyoming trial lawyer who has been nationally honored by U.S News & World Report, Martindale-Hubbell, Super Lawyers, and many legal organizations for his achievements in complex cases. Focused on commercial litigation, white collar criminal defense, and select personal injury cases, Schuster has consistently excelled in his practice areas, winning signature cases around the country.
Responsible for the largest personal injury verdict in Wyoming history, Bob Schuster secured $17.5 million in compensatory damages for a grieving family in a high-profile carbon-monoxide case. He also obtained Wyoming’s largest-ever wrongful death settlements in cases against Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc., which were settled before trial for a confidential amount. By earning damages of more than $100 million for clients in New Mexico, Schuster won what is believed to be the largest personal injury settlement in the state’s history. He broke the same record in North Dakota by settling a personal injury case involving burn injuries from an explosion at a gas-processing plant.
Though his law firm is located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Bob Schuster has taken on clients’ cases in most other U.S. states. He is licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts of Wyoming, New York, and Utah, and is admitted to appear pro hac vice in the state and federal courts in the rest of the country. Schuster is also licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Recognized for his commitment to the legal profession, Bob Schuster has been elected to be a member of the American Law Institute and as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He was inducted into The Order of the Coif by the faculty at the University of Wyoming College of Law. He is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, and the National Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Bob Schuster was born in St. Louis in 1945 and raised in Casper, Wyoming. A 1963 graduate of Natrona County High School in Casper, Schuster went on to Yale College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in American Studies in 1967. Schuster then received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1970 as valedictorian at the University of Wyoming College of Law. In 1971, he earned a master’s degree in law from Harvard Law School.
While a law student at the University of Wyoming, Schuster undertook a year-long study of damages awarded to private landowners when the government condemned land through eminent domain proceedings. He determined that the damage awards failed to adequately compensate the injured landowners for significant losses. The results of his research were published in two law review articles: “Eminent Domain: Determination of Compensable Interests through Classification of Executory Contracts,” 4 Land and Water Review 209 (1969) and “The Doctrine of Consequential Loss as Affected by Valuation Formulas,” 4 Land and Water Law Review 539 (1969).
After graduating from law school, Schuster was honored as an Urban Law Fellow by the Ford Foundation. The fellowship included summer study at New York University School of Law and the Bureau of the Budget for the City of New York in Manhattan. As a Ford Fellow at Harvard Law School, Schuster wrote a master’s thesis, “Discovery: A Study of Procedural Reform,” which analyzed the development of the pretrial discovery provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. While those rules were designed to bring greater fairness and efficiency to the pretrial stage of litigation, Schuster determined that they disproportionately benefited wealthier and more powerful litigants.
Bob Schuster returned to Wyoming following his legal studies and was admitted to the Wyoming Bar in 1971. He began his legal career in criminal law, serving as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Natrona County, Wyoming. Thereafter, Schuster opened his own office focused on oil and gas law and tax planning. In 1978, he and two friends, Gerry Spence and Ed Moriarity, started the trial lawyer firm of Spence, Moriarity & Schuster, which soon gained national prominence for its extraordinary success in complex civil and criminal cases. In 2002, after almost a quarter century as a founding and senior partner of Spence, Moriarity & Schuster, he established his own firm to fully devote his personal attention to each client.
Bob Schuster has been involved in Wyoming’s civic and community affairs for more than four decades. He was president of the Natrona County United Way in 1974 and served on the Board of Trustees of the University of Wyoming from 1985 to 1989. In addition to sitting on the Board of Visitors of the UW College of Arts and Sciences from 1991 to 2000, Schuster was the chair and secretary of the Rhodes Scholarship Wyoming Selection Committee from 1989 to 1998. He also formed the Wyoming Public Policy Forum, an economic development policy group, which issued its report, “For Wyoming’s Future: An Economic Development Plan for the People of Wyoming” in 1998. That same year, Schuster started the Wind River Reservation Economic Advisory Council.
Long active in the Democratic Party, Schuster was a political columnist for the Casper Star-Tribune, Wyoming’s statewide newspaper, from 1987 to 1994. He was the Democratic nominee for Wyoming’s sole seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994. From 1992 to 2000, Schuster was a member of the Democratic National Committee and served on the Executive Committee of the Wyoming Democratic Party.
After receiving his J.D. in 2000, he launched his legal career, joining Allstate Insurance Co., as an in-house trial attorney. A year later, he joined the law firm of McKay Williamson Lutgring & Cochran as an associate attorney handling mostly personal injury cases. In 2003, he ventured out to create his own firm. Babcock has been serving the legal needs of clients from his Baton Rouge office ever since.
His practice focuses solely on litigation and he has tried cases in state and federal courts throughout Louisiana. A licensed pilot, Babcock often flies to his destinations to more efficiently make use of his time for clients. Although he never turns down the chance to try cases before juries, Babcock is also a strong proponent of alternative dispute resolution and participates in mediations and arbitrations as much as possible.
His high-profile cases have included a nearly $2 million arbitration award for a hotel manager against the owner of a Hilton Hotel. He also represented the sportsmen’s organization Ducks Unlimited in a million-dollar federal lawsuit involving a New Orleans artist’s prints. Babcock filed motions for summary judgment in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana on behalf of his client, and the case resulted in a voluntary dismissal.
He also made the national news in early 2008 when LSU played Ohio State for the BCS National Football Championship game. Babcock — an ardent LSU football fan — was successful in convincing a state judge to delay a trial that was scheduled to occur at the same time as the game (which LSU won, 38-24).
Babcock’s work has earned the recognition of a number of professional organizations. They include being named a Top Ten Personal Injury Attorney Baton Rouge by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, selection by his peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers of America for personal injury law and commercial litigation, a “Superb” rating in the Avvo legal directory, and “Rising Star” status by SuperLawyers magazine.
In addition, Martindale-Hubbell Ratings has given Babcock its coveted Client Distinction Award, for excellence in client service. Stephen has always aspired to provide superior client service, including a 30-day client-satisfaction guarantee.
Elizabeth Pelypenko is recognized as one of the top plantiffs’ attorneys in Georgia and has extensive experience with cases involving brain and spinal injury.
Rob Kornfeld has been practicing personal injury law for more than 38 years and he is licensed to practice law in Washington, New York, and Arizona. He graduated from the University of Vermont (UVM) in 1976 with college honors in the area of European Studies. Because he’d been raised in a medical family, Rob started out in pre-med at UVM, and despite a strong interest in medicine, the study of law turned out to be his true calling.
Rob’s medical interest ultimately led him to focus his practice on helping the injured and those who have been victims of tortious conduct by others. He attended law school at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA and graduated in 1979.