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Politis & Matovina, P.A.
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Wrongful Death

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Personal Injury

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Born in Hammond, Indiana EXPERIENCE Politis & Matovina 2009-Present Port Orange, Florida Partner Practice areas include personal injury law & civil litigation.   BOGIN, MUNNS & MUNNS, P.A. 2002-2009 South Daytona, Florida Managing Attorney Practice areas include personal injury law & civil litigation.   PAPPAS & RUSSELL, P.A. 2001-2002 Daytona Beach, Florida Practice area includes personal injury law.   MARK A. MATOVINA ASSOCIATES 1995-2002 Port Orange, Florida Private investigations – personal
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Managing Partner
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Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys
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John Breakfield has spent his legal career fighting for his clients throughout Gainesville, Georgia and Hall County. As well as a private practice lawyer, John is a part-time prosecutor, a registered court mediator and a part-time professor. A graduate of Wofford College and Mercer law school, John handles a number of different legal areas. He has diligently worked with his clients in cases involving auto accidents, tractor trailer wrecks, property damage, D.U.I.’s, negligence, intentional tort
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Lenahan & Dempsey A Professional Corporation
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Personal Injury

Vehicle Accidents

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Phi Alpha Theta. Lecturer in Law: Pennsylvania Bar Association; National Business Institute, 1990—; Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers' Association; Pennsylvania Defense Institute. Member, Penn State Faculty for Legal Studies. Member, Scranton Chamber of Commerce. President, 2006 and Member, Board of Directors, Scranton Public Library.
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Associate
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Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C.
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Personal Injury

Vehicle Accidents

Wrongful Death

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Dustin was born and raised in Harlan County. He is married to his High School sweetheart, Leslie, and they have two children. In his spare time, Dustin enjoys reading, traveling, cooking with his wife and children and spending time with his friends and family. AREAS OF PRACTICE Motor Vehicle Accidents Personal Injury Rail Road litigation Product Defect litigation Motorcycle Accidents Crossing Accidents Workplace Accidents Mine Site Accidents Construction Accidents Explosions and Electrocution S
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Law Firm Name:
Lenahan & Dempsey A Professional Corporation
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Personal Injury

Vehicle Accidents

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Biography:
Phi Alpha Theta. Lecturer in Law: Pennsylvania Bar Association; National Business Institute, 1990—; Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers' Association; Pennsylvania Defense Institute. Member, Penn State Faculty for Legal Studies. Member, Scranton Chamber of Commerce. President, 2006 and Member, Board of Directors, Scranton Public Library.
Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: In two-fifths of the premises liability trials with a plaintiff winner, the compensatory awards were reduced due to the plaintiff ’s own negligence. The award reduction in these premises liability trials was, on average, about 51%.
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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: In 2005 tort jury trials lasted nearly 4 days on average, while bench trials were disposed within an average of about 2 days. For tort jury trials, asbestos cases tended to take the most time averaging 13 days in trial. Other case types that took more than a week on average for juries to dispose include medical malpractice (6 days), non–asbestos product liability (7 days), and professional malpractice (8 days) cases.
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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: Punitive damages were sought in 9% of tort trials with plaintiff winners. The median punitive damage award was $55,000.
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