In 1997, Mr. Bordulis earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Louisville School of Law and began working as an insurance defense attorney. This experience gave him unique insight into the inner workings of the insurance industry. In 2000, Mr. Bordulis changed his focus from the defense of insurance companies to representing the injured.
Prior to Law School, Mr. Bordulis was a police officer in the Patrol Division for the Orlando Police Department. He had numerous opportunities to investigate, on-scene, hundreds of serious auto accidents involving great bodily injury. This has been an invaluable background for him as a personal injury lawyer.
Mr. Bordulis is licensed to practice law in Florida in both the State Courts and in the Federal Court for the Middle District. Mr. Bordulis is a member of the Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Section and the Workers' Compensation Section.
Mr. Bordulis is also licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Tennessee and is a member of the Williamson County Bar Association.
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Since obtaining his Juris Doctor degree from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2012, Mr. Widboom has spent the past seven years focusing his practice in civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury and commercial litigation.
Mr. Widboom has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in auto accident cases, giving him unique insight into personal injury cases from both sides. He also has significant experience representing the injured at trial.
His extensive experience in complex commercial litigation has been invaluable background for him as a personal injury lawyer representing the injured against insurance companies.
Mr. Widboom is licensed to practice law in both Tennessee and Florida state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
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