At the Barnes Trial Group, our firm is dedicated to creating the positive results people need after they have been hurt in serious accidents. We know that most people simply want to recover the life they had before an accident. We have the experience and skill necessary to secure the full compensation people will need to be able to overcome the obstacles that stand in their way. With more than 25 years of combined experience and a focus on providing the most effective trial representation available, we have been able to build a record of positive results for our clients that we are proud of.
Our Trial Experience Makes The Difference
When you are pursuing compensation for an injury, the reality is the insurance company that should be compensating you will undoubtedly be working to minimize or deny any compensation to you. That opposition from the insurance company means that in most cases, the only way to secure the full compensation a person deserves is to secure highly effective legal representation that understands how to use the courts. Founding attorney Stephen Barnes has more than 20 years of experience serving his clients. The quality of the representation he provides has been recognized in his:
- Being one of the youngest board-certified civil trial attorneys in Florida at age 33
- Earning an AV Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system, the highest rating
- Being selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers every year since 2008
We are also able to assist our clients with workers' compensation claims and insurance issues such as accidents involving uninsured and underinsured drivers, homeowner's insurance and bad faith insurance claims.
About the Martindale-Hubbell Ratings
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