We are based out of Jacksonville, Florida, but service many cities.
For many years I had a successful practice in Los Angeles, and California became my home away from home. My roots remained in the South, however, and its song led me to return with my legal experience in tow. My wife and I chose the Jacksonville area for its proximity to friends, family, and the beach; its urban opportunities and diversions; and the family-friendly environment. Jacksonville is the perfect middle ground to serve both Florida and Georgia, which is why I returned to open Vineyard Legal Services. Although the Jacksonville area serves as home base, Vineyard Legal Services extends to all corners of Florida and Georgia, from Miami to Atlanta, Pensacola to Savannah, and all points between. And if you are one of the many with business or property interests in California, I can help you there as well.
If you have a case you’d like to discuss and are not in Jacksonville, Florida, below is a list of cities in which I am available. In many of these cities, I have an available office with large conference rooms to satisfy your legal representation, mediation, and arbitration needs.
Contact me to discuss a case or view my calendar to schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience.
Our Service Locations
- Ft. Lauderdale
- Ft. Myers
- Miami *
- Orlando *
- Palm Beaches *
- Panama City
- St. Augustine
- St. Petersburg *
- Tampa *
- Atlanta *
* cities in which I have satellite offices available.
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Class ActionsLife of the South Insurance Co., et al. v. Carzell, et al.
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