Paris R. Webb
Paris R Webb earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2003 where he graduated Magna Cum Laude (top 5% of his class). While in law school, Paris received the Deans Fellow Scholarship for his academic achievements and received awards for excellence in Constitutional Law, Property Law, Bankruptcy Law and Sales.
In 2004, Paris began his legal career as an attorney for the insurance companies where he represented defendants being sued for causing automobile accidents and other negligence and defended insurance companies who were being sued for wrongfully delaying, denying or underpaying residential and commercial property damage insurance claims. This provided Paris with valuable in-depth knowledge and experience into how insurance companies operate, how insurance adjusters adjust personal injury and property damage insurance claims, and the methods that insurance companies use to wrongfully deny or short-change homeowners and injury victims in order to save money.
In 2007, Paris switched sides and has since devoted his practice to representing residential and commercial policyholders in lawsuits against insurance companies and representing automobile accident victims and other victims of personal injuries caused by the negligence of others.
Bad Faith Insurance Litigation
Florida Bar, admitted 2004
US District Court Middle District of Florida
US District Court Southern District of Florida
US District Court Northern District of Florida