McConnaughhay, Coonrod, Pope, Weaver & Stern, P.A. is a leader in providing full service litigation in a wide variety of practice areas to a diverse range of clients. Our attorneys can offer guidance, strategy, and representation in the following areas:
McConnaughhay Coonrod serves clients in a wide array of civil litigation. The scope of our practice extends from traditional insurance-related issues to complex litigation in state and federal courts.
The defense of workers' compensation claims has been a focal point of McConnaughhay Coonrod’s practice since its inception. Throughout the State of Florida, and extending into Georgia, we have long been at the forefront of workers' compensation law and continue to set the standard of excellence in the representation of employers and their insurance carriers.
McConnaughhay Coonrod’s Appellate Practice Group provides the experience and assistance needed by our existing clients, new clients and lawyers from other firms in matters that involve, or are likely to involve, an appeal.
McConnaughhay Coonrod represents clients in actions pursuant to the Jones Act, a federal statute that regulates maritime commerce in U.S. waters and between U.S. ports and provides for the promotion and maintenance of the merchant marine.
McConnaughhay Coonrod represents employers, insurance carriers, third party administrators, staff leasing companies, and self insured entities in the defense of claims arising under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA, the "Act") and the Defense Base Act.
McConnaughhay Coonrod's regular monitoring of the regulatory process helps our clients stay informed of rules and regulations to avoid compliance issues.
McConnaughhay Coonrod examines new court and tribunal decisions to advise our clients about judicial interpretations of the law and how these can affect policies and practices.
McConnaughhay Coonrod reviews the process of relevant information from the legislative process to keep clients informed of laws as they are proposed and developed.