Holmes Beach, Florida Health Care Lawyers
Ronald W. Chapman, II recently rejoined Chapman Law Group after serving our country as a member of the United States Marine Corps. Ron served as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Marine Corps with eight honorable years of service. His assignments included: a brief tour as an assistant defense counsel, followed by a position as a prosecutor. Ron prosecuted both felony and misdemeanor cases on behalf of the U.S. Government. After a very successful tour as a prosecutor he was selected to deploy to Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. Ron served as the legal advisor to a Marine unit during combat...
Ronald W. Chapman is the owner of Chapman Law Group and has been practicing law for over 25 years in Michigan and Florida. He is AV® Rated. Ron is a recognized leader in the legal community and a frequent speaker in the area of medical malpractice and risk management. In 1997 Ron was ranked as one of the top ten speakers for Skillpath, Inc. Ron graduated from California State University, Sacramento (BA, Cum Laude 1979), University of Southern California School of Administration (MPA 1980) and Wayne State Law School (JD 1984). After receiving an Honorable Discharge from the United States Air...
Carly has experience in many different types of litigation including employment discrimination, construction lien litigation, business litigation, and criminal defense. She enjoys assisting clients with whatever legal challenges they may be facing and is diligent in working toward the best solution for their needs no matter how difficult or unique their situations may be. Carly's skills include the ability to speak, read, and write in Spanish.
Kimberley joined Chapman Law Group in 2000 after spending several years handling complex Labor Relation claims. She focuses her practice on the defense of medical malpractice and Civil Rights (42 USC 1983) claims. Kimberley has successfully defended hundreds of claims brought on behalf of inmates within state and county correctional facilities. Over the years Kimberley developed an exceptional understanding of the interplay between Federal Civil Rights law and State tort actions such as medical malpractice. This knowledge enables her to quickly address the deficiencies of claims and promptly respond with the appropriate defense, often ending in immediate dismissal.
(248) 644-6326 40950 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Florida Health Care Law Lawyer
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My mission is to work with my clients and limit their legal costs and liability while I zealously represent them on employment law and health law matters. As a solo practitioner, my clients have direct,... Read More »View Profile
An Attorney at Law and Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator handling Labor and Employment, Business Litigation, Health Care law, Civil Litigation, and Arbitration and Mediation matters. Brian Battaglia has more than 28 years of experience handling litigation matters in state and federal court and administrative forums. Brian also prepares contracts and other agreements and documents. Whenever a conflict between two parties results in a claim being filed in court, it is important that there be: An evaluation of the client’s interests and goals A comprehensive analysis of all the potential risks and rewards for the client The development...
John Carter has more that 25 years in the financial services industry. He runs a law office in St. Petersburg. Until recently, John served as Chairman, President, and CEO of a $50 billion asset management company consisting of approximately 120 funds and 35 investment sub-advisers. He has a vast amount of experience, which includes working for a law firm (Skadden Arps), a federal regulator (SEC), and leading companies (Franklin Templeton, Citigroup, and Transamerica). He is licensed as an attorney in Florida, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. John currently is obtaining a Master of Theology from Saint Leo University, Dade...
My mission is to work with my clients and limit their legal costs and liability while I zealously represent them on employment law and health law matters. As a solo practitioner, my clients have direct, unfettered access to me as your attorney. This is a different concept than what you will find in larger law firms or even some solo practitioners. I believe that this type of access is something my clients should expect from their lawyer.