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John Tolley of JT Law Firm Emerges as a Leading Attorney in the Legal Field

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John Tolley has vast experience in insurance and criminal cases in New York and Florida. He is a former insurance defense lawyer and prosecutor.

Attorney John Tolley has received many awards, including Super Lawyers Rising Star and National Trial Lawyers, Top 100. He was recognized by the National Order of the Barrister for Excellence in Trial Advocacy and named a Lawyer of Distinction for Excellence in Insurance law. He has also been recognized as a Premier Lawyer of America, Top 40 under 40.

Mr. Tolley attended Shepard Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University and obtained his Juris Doctor in 2014. During law school, he represented the university as a member of the Nova Trial Association and Moot Court Team in various competitions throughout the nation.

After graduating from law school with honors, he served as a prosecutor, handling thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases. Mr. Tolley was quickly promoted to handling first-degree felonies and tried forty jury trials while at the prosecutor’s office. As a Special Unit prosecutor, Mr. Tolley handled violent felonies committed with firearms and even attempted murders. After working as a prosecutor, he entered the private sector, where he handling large cases with a Civil Litigation Insurance Defense Firm.

John Tolley is the Founding Partner of JT Law Firm P.A. His experience as a District Attorney at the State Attorney’s Office for the 17th Judicial Circuit helps him successfully represent his clients. After representing various insurance companies, his experience in both civil and criminal law enabled him to start his own practice, JT Law Firm. Mr. Tolley’s litigation experience sets him apart and his experience has been of great advantage in his field of work.

Since JT Law Firm’s formation, John Tolley has been representing individuals suffering from injuries related to accidents, slip and falls, arrests, and damaged homes against a number of insurance companies. Mr. Tolley has a passion for using his experience to put his clients in the best position possible after their insurance claims have been denied or underpaid. He is licensed and has the ability to help individuals who have been injured, whose properties have been damaged and who have been arrested in New York, New Jersey, and Florida.

Attorney John Tolley’has rightfully been recognized as an experienced, zealous litigator and a skilled attorney. As previously stated, he has experience in the areas of criminal prosecution, defense, and civil litigation. His experience includes trying 40 trials, arguing complex motions, taking depositions of lay and expert witnesses and working diverse caseloads. He is an attorney who willingly offers help to many individuals. He values his clients’ opinions and provides transparent legal representation for each and every client.

John Tolley is a very knowledgeable, passionate, and professional attorney who works tirelessly for his clients and offers high-quality legal representation. His immense experience enables him to handle different cases, help people in a variety of circumstances, and give them the opportunity to seek justice. His areas of practice include personal injury, residential and commercial property damage, and criminal defense.

Mr. Tolley is also heavily involved in the legal community. He has been mentoring and developing the next generation of law school graduates by serving as a mock trial coach for his alma mater. Additionally, Mr. Tolley has served as a faculty member for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy where he has trained and educated fellow lawyers.

John Tolley’s experience speaks for itself. He has a passion for his work and his clients. This commitment has allowed him to obtain unparalleled results for his clients.

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