Cam Justice and Justice Law, Florida Personal Injury Trial Lawyers and Law Firm

Justice Law
Personal Injury Law Firm
Plantation
Florida

(954) 515 5656

Martindale-Hubbell preeminent 5.0

Multiple multi-million dollar awards,

Multi Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Justice Law Personal Injury Trial Lawyers- clients first and foremost in everything we do.

Accidents,
injury

Automobile accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, slip and falls,brain injury, insurance litigation, equine litigation, premises liability, maritime litigation, wrongful death, equine injury.


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Experienced staff support provides our personal injury attorneys and clients with the resources required to achieve significant positive results.

Justice Law: experience, knowledge, and dedication at work. Our skills, our teamwork, and our ability to prevail for our clients have produced a record of accomplishments.

Cam Justice, personal injury accident attorney lawyer at Justice Law firm.

Cam Justice

(Managing Partner)

20 years of
practice

Cam, with honors earned by less than 1% of practicing attorneys, is a lifetime member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and one of the "Top Lawyers in Florida" for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Adam Breit, Justice Law personal injury attorney lawyer.

Adam Breit

(Partner)

Personal
injury specialist

Adam is admitted to practice in Florida and focuses his practice exclusively on representing injury victims and their families.

Daniel Cotlar, Justice Law of counsel.

Daniel Cotlar

(Attorney, of counsel)

Personal
injury specialist

Daniel has earned his clients millions of dollars during his 24 year career. Dan has extensive experience in negotiations and conflict resolution.

Steven Gerson, Justice Law of counsel.

Steven Gerson

(Attorney, of counsel)

Personal
injury specialist

In 1994, Steven graduated from Nova second in his class of 272, Summa Cum Laude. While at Nova, Steven was the executive editor of the Nova Law Review. At graduation he received the Shephard Broad Scholar Award, formerly known as the Deans Award.