The firm handles matters of general civil litigation including, but not limited to: allied health, automobile liability, both bodily injury and wrongful death (BI & UM), commercial landlord/tenant, common carrier liability, insurance extra-contractual liability, insurance coverage, insurance defense, malpractice involving doctors, lawyers and other professionals, property damage, and premises liability.
The firm represents individuals and companies involved in lawsuits for personal injury and/or property damage arising from automobile accidents
The members of the firm have experience in general civil trial and appellate practice in all State and Federal Courts in Florida; bodily injury and wrongful death cases; malpractice involving doctors, lawyers and other professionals; insurance bad faith litigation; nursing home abuse cases; construction litigation; admiralty and maritime, and administrative and commercial Law.
The name Segundo Law Group is a recognition of the late Rafael Martinez, Daniel Martinez' father who was an attorney in Cuba. In 1962, Fidel Castro dashed Rafael Martinez' future as a lawyer along with his ambitions to have his own law firm. Segundo is the Spanish word for "Second," signifying the family's second attempt to establish the law firm.
Many contracts for the financed purchase of goods and real estate require insurance that would make payments for those goods or real estate in the event of a disability or death of the purchaser.
We can advise clients on a recommended course of action involving issues of insurance coverage.
The providers benefit from Florida Statutes which give them special protection from lawsuits.
SEGUNDO // LAW GROUP
2935 1st Ave North
St. Petersburg, FL 33713
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