February 27, 2015

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Legal Elite Profile: Robert G. Kerrigan

| 7/1/2012
Robert G. Kerrigan
Robert G. Kerrigan

PRACTICE AREAS:
» Personal Injury
» Wrongful Death
» Human Rights
» Medical Malpractice
» Product Liability
» Bad Faith Litigation

Born in Highland Park, Michigan, in 1943, Mr. Kerrigan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Florida State University. In 1971, he graduated with honors from Florida State University College of Law. In 1975, he began to concentrate on personal injury litigation and since then has obtained numerous multi-million dollar jury verdicts in civil cases. Mr. Kerrigan is a member of the American and Florida Justice Associations and is a Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer. He is Martindale Hubbell AV rated and is listed in Best Lawyers in America. He provided the initial endowment establishing the Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights. Mr. Kerrigan was awarded the 2011 Tobias Simon Pro Bono Service Award by The Florida Bar.

Kerrigan, Estess, Rankin, McLeod & Thompson, LLP
400 E. Government St.
Pensacola, FL 32502
(850) 444-4444
bob@kerrigan.com

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