Gary Spahn Overview
Gary brings to the firm significant experience in the areas of property and personal injury claims. Following more than a decade of representing insurance carriers and large companies through three national defense law firms and two boutique law firms, Gary now has and utilizes his unique knowledge of how insurance companies and defense attorneys defend property and injury claims to obtain the best results he can for his clients. Gary focuses his practice in the areas of homeowner and commercial property claims, contract disputes, and personal injury claims arising out of auto accidents, slip and falls, defective products and medical malpractice.
Gary received his Juris Doctor from Barry University School of Law in 2007, and his Bachelor of Science in 2004, from James Madison University. While in law school, Gary was a member of the Trial Advocacy Team and gained his initial courtroom experience as a Certified Legal Intern with the State Attorney office in Orange County, Florida and the Department of Children and Families in Seminole County, Florida. He also clerked for a Virginia firm which focused its practice on collections and compliance with the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.
Gary obtained an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell; this is given to attorneys who are ranked at the highest level of professional excellence for their legal expertise, communication skills, and ethical standards by their peers. Additionally, he is a former Co-Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Litigation Section Product Liability Young Lawyers’ Subcommittee, served on the ABA Advisory Panel and served as General Counsel to the Soil & Water Conservation District in Orange County, Florida.
Gary is licensed to practice law in all Florida state courts and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Middle, Northern and Southern districts of Florida, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida, the United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.