Of Counsel Attorney
Patrick W. Harland, Jr. takes great pride in providing his clients with legal counsel they can rely on. Known for his meticulous attention to detail and his clear and concise communication style, and his ability to obtain the best possible outcome for his personal injury clients, Mr. Harland leverages many years of experience in insurance defense, litigation, and civil rights violations, all of which are brought to bear in his personal injury work.
A seasoned litigator and personal injury lawyer, Mr. Harland has tried cases in both State and Federal Court and is licensed to practice in Florida. He has also been admitted to the U.S. District Court in and for the Middle District of Florida.
Mr. Harland served with honor and distinction in the United States Coast Guard from 1990-1992, serving aboard the Eagle, where he trained cadets from the United States Coast Guard Academy. After serving his country, Mr. Harland attended Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL, where he completed a Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Cum Laude.
Following his undergraduate studies, Mr. Harland was accepted to Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, FL, from which he graduated in 1999. As a young attorney, he worked primarily in the field of insurance and nursing home defense, defending some of the nation’s largest nursing home chains in patient care liability suits. Mr. Harland also defended physicians in healthcare cases brought by inmates who alleged civil rights violations due to inadequate healthcare.
Mr. Harland currently devotes his time to personal injury cases that include automobile and motorcycle accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, medical negligence, and many other types of injuries.