Bledsoe, Jacobson, Schmidt, Wright, & Wilkinson practices civil and criminal litigation and provides mediation and alternate dispute resolution services in Northeast and Central Florida. The Firm's practice is built on more than twenty-five years of representing the evolving needs of clients. The Firm has developed capabilities in core practice areas that rival those offered by much larger firms. The Firm has been recognized with the highest AV rating by Martindale Hubbell. Its attorneys have also earned the highest ratings of their peers.
The Firm offers significant capabilities in general trial and appellate practice in all state and federal courts. The firm's full-service litigation practice represents business clients in corporate, commercial, banking, fraud, environmental, employment discrimination, and insurance coverage disputes, as well as white collar criminal matters. The Firm also has a sophisticated and active creditors’ rights practice, with experience in bankruptcy litigation and resolution of complex creditor-debtor disputes. The Firm has a strong marital and family law section. Additional practice areas include civil rights, insurance, personal injury, wrongful death, construction and construction lien litigation, and condominium disputes. One of the Firm’s members specializes exclusively in mediation, arbitration and ADR services. For more information about some of the Firm's practice areas, please review the descriptions included in the Practice Areas link to this website.
While based in Jacksonville, Florida, the Firm has attorneys admitted to the Bars of the States of Georgia, Texas, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. The Firm also maintains close relationships with law firms throughout the United States in order to meet specific client needs.
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