Adam Ross Littman, Esquire

ADAM ROSS LITTMAN, ESQUIRE

ADAM ROSS LITTMAN, ESQUIRE represents injury victims with Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Workers' Compensation and Insurance cases in Courts throughout the State of Florida.

Mr. Littman earned his law degree from the Stetson University College of Law, cum laude, in 1991 and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Florida Atlantic University in 1986. Mr. Littman was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1991.

At Stetson, Mr. Littman was an Editorial Board Member of the Stetson Law Review where he wrote Reconciling the Barbier and Fahnestock Decisions in Light of Current Trends Allowing Arbitral Awards of Punitive Damages: An Addendum to (E. Allen Farnsworth's Article Entitled) Punitive Damages in Arbitration, 20 Stetson Law Review 411 (1991).

Mr. Littman is an Eagle Member of the Florida Justice Association, a member of the Judge William Wieland American Inns of Court, a member of the Florida Workers' Advocates; a member of the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association; a member of the Orange County Bar Association, and a member of the Order of Barristers.

Through Mr. Littman's hands-on experience litigating hundreds of claims and cases against large corporations, insurance companies, state and local governments and even the United States of America, Mr. Littman has gained extensive knowledge and understanding of "what-it-takes" to win significant cases, successfully handling a number of cases in excess of a million dollars.

Accordingly, Mr. Littman is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and was nominated by lawyers throughout the State of Florida to the Florida Trend Legal Elite in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.

Mitzi Archer

MITZI ARCHER, ESQUIRE

MITZI ARCHER, ESQUIRE represents injury victims with Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Workers’ Compensation and Insurance cases throughout Florida.

Ms. Archer earned her law degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2002 and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas in 1999. Ms. Archer was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2002.

Ms. Archer is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Asian American Chamber of Commerce where she has also served as legal advisor.

Ms. Archer is a member of the Florida Justice Association, a member of the Judge William Wieland American Inns of Court and a member of the Orange County Bar Association.

Through Ms. Archer’s hands-on experience litigating hundreds of claims and cases against large corporations, insurance companies, and governmental entities, Ms. Archer has proven she has “what-it-takes” to win significant cases, also successfully handling a number of cases in excess of a million dollars.

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