Members of the firm of MEIER, BONNER, MUSZYNSKI, O'DELL& HARVEY P.A. have dedicated their practice entirely to trial advocacy in all state and federal courts. The Firm serves a wide variety of insurance, corporate, governmental and individual clients
The Florida Trial Team lawyers possess advanced technology, voice activated, networked and portable computers. Internet e-mail is available for prompt and efficient worldwide communication. Experienced paralegals assist in the investigation and preparation of cases for trial. All members of the firm are dedicated to aggressive, dynamic representation in this highly competitive environment. The attorneys at MEIER, BONNER, MUSZYNSKI, O'DELL& HARVEY P.A. understand that the economics of the litigation process are of prime importance. The Firm advocates alternative billing methods and welcomes proposals from clients which may result in substantial savings. The Firm offers hourly billing, flat fee and contingency arrangements to suit the specific needs of our varying client base. The Firm is conveniently located in Central Florida and is therefore able to economically and efficiently serve the State of Florida. The Firm's practice area extends from Tallahassee through Miami and all points in between.
260 Wekiva Springs Road, Suite 2000
Longwood FL 32779
The Firm represents insurance carriers, TPA's and individuals in this dynamic and changing industry.
The named members of the Firm have a combined total of well over 100 years of litigation experience. Each has distinguished himself or herself in courtrooms and conference rooms throughout the state. The Firm represents insurance carriers, TPA's and individuals in this dynamic and changing industry. The Firm and all of its lawyers are available to provide services both before and after initiation of suit. Focused investigation, thorough preparation and aggressive pretrial discovery lay the foundation for fair and equitable settlements and jury verdicts. The Firm handles all types of negligence litigation, first party insurance litigation, third party insurance litigation, motor vehicle injuries, uninsured motorist claims, bad faith and excess liability claims, insurance coverage matters, personal injury protection, "slip and fall" claims, premises and dram shop liability matters, aviation claims, products liability matters, malicious prosecution claims, false arrest and imprisonment claims, libel and slander claims, assault and battery claims as well as a broad spectrum of general tort and contract litigation and appellate practice. A well-organized support staff makes it possible to respond promptly to those sensitive matters where time is of the essence.
George A. Meier, III attended high school on Long Island, N.Y., after which he attended Colgate University on a football scholarship. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree at Colgate in 1969, he continued his education at the Ohio State University, College of law. While in law school, he earned an academic scholarship and received the American Jurisprudence Award in Contracts. He graduated from law school in 1972, with honors.
From 1973 through 1977, Mr. Meier served as a judge advocate in the United States Air Force, where he gained immediate trial experience as a prosecutor in the military justice system. He also served a tour of duty at a headquarters level evaluating and supervising claims made against the United States Air Force.
Mr. Meier has been a member of the Florida Bar since May 1977 and has focused his practice on the defense of insurance companies and their insureds, as well as self-insured corporations and their employees. He is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Middle District Court of Florida (federal), and all state courts within the State of Florida. Martindale-Hubbell has rated Mr. Meier "AV", its highest designation. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, The Florida Bar, The Florida Defense Lawyers Association, and the Defense Research Institute.
He and his wife Yvonne have two grown sons and reside in south Seminole County. In addition to practicing law, Mr. Meier has an interest in the arts, sports, and computers.
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