WKN News – Wooten Kimbrough

Our Mother’s Day Addition

Doug / 05-11-2015 / Firm News

We at Wooten Kimbrough, P.A. would like to welcome the newest addition to our firm.  Yesterday, as the perfect end to this Mother’s Day, our receptionist, Donna, gave birth to a healthy and happy baby boy. Jase Henry Rodriguez. Jase entered the world at 7:38pm at a weight of 5lbs 15oz. and measuring 20 in. According […]

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Attorney Primrose Coaches Teams to Finals and Final Four at AAJ Regionals

Doug / 03-23-2015 / Firm News

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 […]

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Attorney Primrose Coaches Trial Team to Win

Doug / 01-27-2015 / Attorneys

On Friday, January 23rd, the Barry Law Trial Team won the prestigious Chester Bedell Mock Trial Competition hosted annually by the Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar. The team comprised of Luis Herrera and James Smeriglio advocating and witnesses Nicole Metzgar-Schall and Will Sepulveda made history by being the first Barry team to win […]

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Attorney Nicholas Primrose to Head Barry Alumni Board

Doug / 01-16-2015 / Attorneys

Starting on January 1 of this year, our own Nicholas A. Primrose will be leading the Barry Alumni Board as its President.  As a long-time supporter of Barry Law School we would like to congratulate Mr. Primrose in his election to this prestigious post. Joining Nick on the Board will be Mr Michael Sasso as […]

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Our Building’s 100 Year History

Doug / 10-17-2014 / General Firm News

Around 1914 Elizabeth Shine Woodruff, wife of Seth Woodruff, County Tax Collector for many years in Orange County wanted to build her dream home. The Woodruff and Shine families were extensive landholders in the Orange County area and families of great influence. The Woodruff home, where our attorneys now practice, was the first all-brick building […]

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Faulty Railroad Crossing Arms in Central Florida May Create Danger

Doug / 03-27-2014 / Auto Accidents

The SunRail trains are warming up and getting ready for their May debut across Central Florida, but faulty railroad crossing arms may lead to more injuries. So far, SunRail trains cross streets at 127 different locations, each one being another point for a dangerous collision. WESH investigated these crossing and uncovered that the SunRail crossings […]

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Pedestrian Safety in Central Florida

Doug / 03-24-2014 / Auto Accidents

Last week, a man in Orlando was hit and killed while crossing Colonial Drive near John Young Parkway. WESH reported that the crash happened just past midnight and it does not appear initially that the driver was at fault. According to the report, 50 pedestrians were killed by cars last year in the metro Orlando […]

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We Wish you a Safe and Happy Fourth of July

Doug / 07-03-2013 / Auto Accidents

Tomorrow marks the 237th birthday of our great nation and here in Orlando there shall be celebrations, barbecues, and fireworks galore.  As we gather to enjoy the company of our families, friends, and neighbors, we hope that your festivities are equally enjoyable. Sadly, the 4th of July is also a day that ends in tragedy […]

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How Medical Expenses are Handled in the Trial of a Personal Injury Case

Doug / 06-25-2013 / Insurance Claim Disputes

This article is the first in a series on subjects you should know about regarding personal injury and wrongful death trials.  This particular article is to help explain how medical bills are handled in a civil jury trial for personal injuries. How medical expenses are handled in a personal injury case can be confusing. When […]

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Choosing the Right Attorney for You, What to Look For

Doug / 05-22-2013 / WKN News

It is not so much finding an attorney as it is finding the right attorney. Whenever seeking any legal recourse or legal advice, it is important to consult an attorney. It is not enough to look up on the internet or ask someone if they know of an attorney, some research must be done. When […]

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