Property Insurance Case Law Update: Florida DCA Opinions from 6/7/21 – 8/13/21 Clayton Trial Lawyers (“CTL”) remains committed to providing its clients with premier, best in class representation. As part of this steadfast commitment, CTL is excited to inform our clients about the latest developments in the property insurance space by summarizing the most recent […]
As part of Clayton Trial Lawyer’s (“CTL”) steadfast commitment to serving our clients, CTL is excited to relay the newest Florida case law update in the property insurance world. This case law update includes summaries of important written opinions from Florida’s District Courts of Appeal issued in the month of June. Specifically, CTL looked directly […]
World-Renowned Corrosion Engineering Expert Lays Out Possible Causes of Tragic Event Offers Specific Inspection and Condition Assessment Recommendations for Nearby Buildings of Similar Age Additionally, Leading Florida Lawyer William Clayton Foresees Multiple Legal and Regulatory Issues in the Future Fort Lauderdale, FL – June 30, 2021 – Matergenics, a state-of-the-art materials testing laboratory and corrosion […]
Clayton Trial Lawyers (“CTL”) specializes in defending property insurance claims in South Florida. As part of our commitment to providing the very best service for our clients, we add this blog post to our website so our clients and others can be informed and up-to-date on key decisions in the property insurance space – the […]
It is always an honor to be mentioned in the press. We thank the SunSentinel for acknowledging the opening of our new law firm. Clayton Trial Lawyers is a litigation boutique specializing in high-stakes, high-profile business and commercial cases. Highly aggressive in jury trials and settlement negotiation, William Clayton spent nearly 20 years at one […]
Similar to the medical profession in which the body of knowledge is so large that it’s impossible for one doctor to remain current in all specialty areas, the body of law has grown so large and complex that attorneys can no longer be “all things to all people.”
What is the difference between a lawyer who says he is a “trial lawyer” and someone who is a “Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer” in Florida?
The Litigation Counsel of America (LCA) is an invitation-only trial lawyer honorary society established to reflect the new face of the American legal profession.
“Business Litigation” is defined in Florida as the practice of law dealing with the legal problems in commercial or business relationships, including litigation of controversies arising from those relationships.
William Clayton has been a member of ABOTA for over 25 years. When he was admitted, a criteria was to have tried at least 20 jury trials to verdict.