Spohrer & Dodd, P.L.
701 West Adams Street
First  Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32204

Tel: 904.309.6500
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The U.S. Supreme Court
The Florida Courts
Middle District of Florida
 Northern District of Florida
Southern District of Florida
Western District of Michigan 
 District of Colorado 
High Court of Kenya

Special Admissions: 

Western District of Oklahoma
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Southern District of New York
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Commercial Pilot:
Single & Multi-Engine
Airplane & Helicopter Rated
Instrument Rated
Former Member:
Jacksonville Sheriffs Aviation Unit
& Angel Flight

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Airborne Law Enforcement 
Lectured police pilots on Safety and Legal topics in Orlando (2013) and Phoenix (2014) National Conventions.


American Bar Assn.
Litigation Seminar
Ethical Implications of witness preparation
New York City (2013)  

American Bar Assn.
TIPS Aviation
Demonstrative Evidence

Washington, D.C. (2016)

Lawyer Pilots Bar Assn.  
Litigating Federal Tort Claims

(2013) Whistler B.C.  

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Aviation Law















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Workplace Accidents




In Florida, injured workers are typically barred from "suing" their employer in most circumstances and are limited to filing a claim under the  Workers Compensation system. Rarely, an employer can be sued if their conduct is intentional or they fail to secure workers compensation coverage.  There are also strict requirements governing those employing construction workers or subcontractors. 


Under the workers compensation system, injured employees who report their accident are entitled to roughly 66% of their wages while out of work and to have their medical bills paid. Damages for pain & suffering, loss of enjoyment of life and inconvenience are not recoverable under the workers compensation system.


However, our investigations sometimes find that a defective product contributed to cause a workplace injury, or that another entity or person may be responsible for a worker's damages.


We can investigate the facts to determine your legal rights outside of the workers compensation system and can help you retain a qualified and competent workers compensation attorney.





If you have been injured in an workplace accident, please contact me to discuss your options.

















Accidents involving:

Automobiles & Trucks
DUI crashes & Claims against Taverns

Airplane and Airline Accidents
Boating & Cruise ships

Motorcycles, Bicycles & ATVs

Workplace Injuries

Construction sites

Dangerous premises
Defective Products

Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices 
Medical Negligence
Slip & Falls
Negligent Security

Unsecured Vicious Animals 


International Claims:

Airline Injuries
Maritime Injuries