Orlando Personal Injury Law Firm News
The runner position at a Law Firm is not a glorified position. It takes dedication, hard work, a strong back, and significant organizational skills. Few have met this challenge as well as our current runner, Carlos. Unfortunately for us, Carlos is out for the entire month of July. “What is he doing?” you ask. He is spending the month in Spain, and getting married to his beautiful fiance, Patty. We would like to congratulate Carlos in his wedding this past weekend, and we hope he and Patty take this time to truly appreciate the beauty of her homeland, and each other as newlyweds. We miss you, Carlos, and we can’t wait until you return. But while you’re out, enjoy yourself, the scenery, and especially your beautiful wife. Congratulations!
Wooten Kimbrough, P.A has been named a Tier 1 firm in Orlando for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2014.
For the fourth year in a row, Wooten Kimbrough, P.A has been named a Tier 1 firm in Orlando for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2014. Wooten Kimbrough, P.A., an Orlando injury law firm with more than 100 years of combined experience between its attorneys, is pleased to announce they have been named a Tier 1 law firm in the inaugural Best Law Firms list published jointly by Best Lawyers® and U.S. News & World Report. To be listed as a Best Law Firm, at least one of the firm’s lawyers must be named as a Best Lawyer. Council Wooten, Jr. received that distinction. He and the other Orlando injury attorneys help clients who have been injured in auto accidents, truck accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and neglect, theme park injuries, food borne illnesses and food poisoning, wrongful death and products liability. The first-time US News & World Report and Best Lawyers® rankings released this week are presented in tiers both nationally and by metropolitan area…
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Attorney Nicholas Primrose coaches Barry Trial Team at ABA/Quinnipiac Criminal Justice Competition
On Thursday, November 6th, Nicholas Primrose, traveled to New Haven, Connecticut with a group of second and third year Barry law students to compete at the annual ABA/Quinnipiac Criminal Justice Mock Trial Competition. Over the past six weeks, after work and every weekend, Mr. Primrose volunteered his time coaching and teaching these students trial skills, including opening statements, motions, examinations, entering evidence, objections, and closing arguments. This annual criminal justice competition regularly hosts some of the best law school mock trial programs in the country. Barry Law has won this competition twice before and always travels as stiff competition. The Barry team was made up of third year law students, Matthew Wolfe, Stephen Hallet and second year law students, Chris Fauntleroy, James McCully, and Nick De Gori. Each student was competing as an advocate in their first competition. The competition took place in New Haven, Conneticut. The team was able…
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Attorney Primrose Coaches Teams to Finals and Final Four at AAJ Regionals
On March 19-22nd, 2015, our attorney, Nicholas Primrose, had two teams competing at the prestigious American Association for Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition for Barry University, School of Law Trial Team. One group of students competed at the Ft. Lauderdale regional and the other at the Atlanta regional. Each regional hosted 16 teams competing from law schools across Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Virginia. Both teams had very great results, advancing out of the preliminary rounds. This case packet involved a products liability claim where a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle. The claim was that the auto manufacturer created a dangerous product by allowing text messages to be read while driving, causing the driver to be distracted by the technology. The Ft. Lauderdale team was made up of advocates, Luis Herrera and Jaime Smeriglio (3Ls), and witnesses, Niki Metzgar-Schall and Will Sepulveda (1Ls) (pictured to the left). This team…
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