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In the thirty three (33) years from my licensure as a lawyer in 1984, I have always experienced the greatest of professional satisfaction when achieving justice for my clients, whether it comes against the most behemoth of wrongdoers, from the federal government either in trampling on the rights of Florida’s wrongful death survivors, see, Bradley v. Sebelius, 621 F.3d 1330 (5th Cir 2010), or in fabricating evidence in defending its air traffic controllers who caused planes to collide, see, Sexton v. United States, 132 F. Supp. 2d 967 (M.D. Fla 2000); to hospital corporate entities negligently injuring their patients, see, Mohan v. Orlando Health, Inc., 163 So. 3d 1231 (Fla 5th DCA 2015); to marine and maritime interests who cause death to the public, see, Soto v. McCulley Marine Servs., 173 So. 3d 898 (Fla 2d DCA 2015); or comes against the most common of insurance companies, who will say and do anything to deprive true victims of their rights under the law, see, Kelly v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins., 720 So. 2d 1145 (Fla 5th DCA 1998).
While over the years I have been honored by my peers including being awarded the Florida Justice Association’s “Jon E. Krupnick Award for Perseverance (aka Guardian of Justice Award”) in 2011, and while I have achieved Board Certification in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy since 2003, nothing comes close to the satisfaction arising professionally when our efforts on behalf of the innocent client, who through no fault of his/her own, has been victimized and now suffers, results in an award intended to fully compensate them for what has been taken from them.
I have been blessed to practice law with my law partner and wife Tiffany M. Faddis, Esq., who along with me, have merged our former practice of Faddis & Faddis P.A., and joined Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys here in Orlando, FL, where we specialize in wrongful death and serious personal injury cases involving medical malpractice, maritime, auto/trucking, premises, and Dram Shop litigation. We are privileged to be with Dan Newlin and his partners and staff, and look forward to working with them in the cause of achieving justice for our clients for the many years to come. We would be honored to confer with you on your rights should you be unfortunately, the victim of someone else’s conduct, and please remember, there are no charges for our consultation and services unless we are able to help and do so. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly at (407) 845-1772 or [email protected].