September 3, 2015

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Legal Elite Profile: Jeffrey "Jack" Gordon

| 6/24/2014

Practice Areas:

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Wrongful Death
  • Personal Injury

Mr. Gordon is a highly skilled trial attorney who has been profiled among the Top Lawyers® in the Bay Area by Tampa Bay Magazine and has been selected as one of the Leading Attorneys of the Southeastern United States in Forbes magazine. Three times Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar, Mr. Gordon is also certified by The National Board of Trial Advocacy as an expert in both Civil Trial Law and Civil Pre-trial Litigation. He is AV® rated Preeminent™ by Martindale Hubbell. Mr. Gordon concentrates his practice in representing individuals who have been injured, and families whose relatives have been killed, as a result of medical malpractice, automobile negligence, security hazards, and defective products. Mr. Gordon has been honored for his skill and experience as a trial lawyer by faculty appointment to lecture to licensed attorneys across the United States on the subjects of Evidence, Civil Procedure and Trial Advocacy.

Maney|Gordon
101 E. Kennedy Blvd.
Suite 3170
Tampa, FL 33602
1 (866) 344-LAWS
jack@maneygordon.com
www.FightNegligence.com

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