Laurence “Larry” Huttman

Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Catastrophic Injury, Inadequate Security Attorney Jacksonville, FL

Laurence “Larry” Huttman is a personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer in Jacksonville, Florida, with Farah and Farah. Larry holds decades of experience within the justice system, with a remarkable portfolio of high-value victories under his belt. Holding jobs through high school, college, and law school, Larry demonstrated a strong work ethic from an early age. Through every position he’s ever held, Larry has been dedicated to going above and beyond. Throughout his career, Larry has implemented this work ethic with every client he represents. When Larry Huttman is on a case, his clients feel important and heard as he fights on their behalf.

Larry has spent significant time on medical malpractice cases on both sides of the table. This experience provides him with a wealth of practical knowledge he carries over to personal injury law. With so much bonafide courtroom experience under his belt, Larry is an absolute top pick for a seasoned attorney to take on the unique challenges of a personal injury case.

My Clients Deserve Fair Compensation

As a personal injury lawyer with experience in a wide array of areas, I have seen countless clients who have been victims of catastrophic injuries. These cases are always the ones that I enjoy working on the most because I get to help my clients get fair compensation for their losses. When I first started in medical malpractice law, I was on the hospital defense side. Now I fight for the victims when no one else will. My experience on the other side gives my clients and me a distinct advantage because I know how the defense approaches cases and how they’ll respond throughout the process. 

Especially in catastrophic personal injury cases, the victims often feel a keen sense of loss and desperation when they come to a personal injury lawyer. They are hurting, frustrated, stressed, and emotionally drained. My cases are as unique as I am, and because of my experience, I often receive more complex cases. Areas like emotional injuries, catastrophic medical malpractice, and negligent security require keen problem-solving. When we prove negligence, there are remedies under the law for how someone’s life is changed before and after an accident. Injuries are not often always physical, either. A significant change that alters someone’s life can be a hard-fought case. Still, Farah and Farah gives me every resource, every expert, and every bit of support I need to seek maximum compensation for my clients. 

Each case presents a unique set of challenges for any accident attorney. These challenges often lay in a case’s particulars and what the law dictates as the individuals’ rights to compensation. I thrive on doing deep dives into research and analysis to examine every angle of the case. Just like I’m preparing for a test, with all the facts, I have everything I need to argue successfully on behalf of my clients. 

Winning a Case Is Never Just About Money

Often, attorneys stand on TV talking about how much money they get for their clients. While compensation most often includes money, a favorable case result is much more than just a dollar amount for someone who is never the same after an accident. I handle many cases where the injury is life-altering, such as a brain injury or paralysis. The compensation we achieve as a team for our clients represents medical care, housing, transportation, lost wages, future care, and so much more. One of my goals from the get-go is to ensure the other side fully comprehends what these financial needs add up to. Equally, if not more important, are the non-economic losses to self and others. 

Every case is different, and the compensation that each client deserves is unique. My job as a personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer is to work with my clients to find a solution that will provide for their needs—now and tomorrow. This often takes putting in the legwork and pouring over the medical files, so I understand the entire picture. I thrive in this arena and come prepared whenever I show up for my clients. 

When You’re in the Fight of Your Life, You Need Experienced Legal Help

Wrongful death of a 14-year old child killed in an ATV accident. Catastrophic brain injuries after delayed diagnoses in the ER. Severe shoulder and neck injuries resulting in multiple surgeries after a heavy door slammed my client at a resort. These are all real examples of complex cases I’ve won for my clients. Many more are posted below. When you’re injured and in the fight of your life, I have the specific skills needed to take on even the toughest cases. 

I’ve been doing this long enough to know exactly what my client needs and how to help them. At the heart of it, I am a problem solver. While I know that I cannot fix or undo an injury, I can fight to restore appropriate compensation for losses and future expenses. I know that I serve my clients to help solve the injustice that’s been dealt to them. 

Being experienced across many practice areas means I have more “lessons learned” to apply to my present cases. I maintain good relationships with our area judges and even the defense team to help keep cases moving towards great outcomes. Knowing the process and what to expect, I can help guide my clients through every twist and turn a case may take. After an injury, so many changes occur in the life of victims and their families. I help them pick up the pieces and start on their journey onward. 

When I put the problem-solving skills I’ve honed over many years to work, I won’t stop until I have found a winning solution and strategy. With so much on the line, an attorney needs to be relentless to get their clients the results they deserve. 

Farah and Farah Helps Me Help Others

I’ve worked with Farah and Farah as a personal injury and medical malpractice attorney long enough to know that they have some of the best resources. Our team at Farah and Farah is always ready and willing to lend a helping hand or share wisdom and insight. Working with this team enables me to provide the best quality representation.

I feel a duty to serve my clients and my community well. One way that I work to better the community is by serving on the Jacksonville Bar Association as a mentor to future lawyers and leaders. Bringing up the next generation of legal representatives is essential to my role as a personal injury lawyer. I also help at Big Brothers Big Sisters Northeast Florida with various volunteer opportunities.

I am guided by the following: 

“Ask and it will be given to you, seek and you will find; knock and it will be opened to you.” Matthew 7:7

Some of my other volunteer work and life endeavors include:

  • Mission Trips, Retreats, Assisting the elderly
  • Gabriel House Volunteer
  • That Man is You
  • Northwestern University Alumni Association – Alumni Applicant Interviewer
  • Pro Bono Volunteer Jacksonville Legal Aid

Outside the office, I love spending time with my wife and kids on the beach or watching the Big 10, especially when Northwestern plays basketball or football. I’m also big into running and exercising to keep up with my kids.

“Larry Huttman is a brilliant lawyer with an impressive list of victories to his name. When he is on a case, Larry puts everything he’s got into fighting for his clients. His dedication and integrity set the bar mighty high here at Farah and Farah.” – Chuck Farah, Senior Partner at Farah & Farah

Let’s Talk About Your Case:

Email Me: lhuttman@farahandfarah.com   

Call Me: 904-479-9538

See Me In Person: 10 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Florida 32202  

I Have a History Of Victory

I’ve been working with personal injury and medical malpractice cases long enough to have some significant wins to my name. Each case presents an opportunity to meet new clients, fight for their compensation, and win a victory for them. Being a plaintiff’s attorney and representing victims in Jacksonville is always a rewarding experience. Though I have seen some difficult cases and situations, I have a proven track record of success. 

Some of the most notable cases I have represented include the following.

Notable cases/results

  • Baker v. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center et. al., Circuit Court of St. Lucie County, Florida (2006). Complex medical malpractice emergency room claim on behalf of a catastrophically injured client who suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of an alleged delayed diagnosis. Tried to $6.3 million Verdict against the hospital. Confidential settlements with the physician, her employer, and hospital post-trial.
  • Kendrick v. Restlawn Memorial Cemetery, et. al, Circuit Court of Duval County, Florida (2004).  Cemetery practices claim for tortious interference with a dead body. Confidential settlement first day of trial.
  • Fields v. Kirton, et. al, Circuit Court of Okeechobee County, Florida (2010). Wrongful death claim on behalf of the surviving mother of a 14-year-old child involved in an ATV accident against the owners and operators of a race track.  Successful Appeals in the Fourth District Court of Appeal and Florida Supreme Court concerning releases involving minors.  Ultimately led to 2010 passage of statute concerning the issue. Confidential Settlement.
  • Scoleri v. New Horizons of the Treasure Coast, Inc. et. al., Circuit Court of St. Lucie County, Florida (2008). Wrongful death claim on behalf of the three surviving children of Marchman Act patient who eloped dual detoxification and mental health stabilization facility and was killed after being involuntarily placed there by an emergency room physician. Confidential settlement.
  • Stone v. Bromstrup et. al., Circuit Court of Martin County, Florida (2010).  Wrongful death drunk driving case against a minor, parents of another minor who served alcohol during an open house party, and the liquor store that sold alcohol to minors including separate suit concerning the claim of the liquor store against its own insurer for failure to procure liquor liability coverage. Second chaired trial of Open House party claim. Confidential settlements.
  • Hulett v. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, et. al, Circuit Court of St. Lucie County Florida (2005). Complex wrongful death medical malpractice claim against hospital and radiologist on behalf of the six surviving minor children of a patient who suffered a traumatic brain injury and death as a result of an alleged failure to properly read a diagnostic test, leading to the premature discharge of an unstable patient from the hospital.  Confidential Settlement.
  • Colon v. Women’s Health Specialists, et. al., Circuit Court of St. Lucie County, Florida (2009). Stillborn baby medical malpractice claim on behalf of the parents as a result of an alleged failure to timely deliver an expectant mother’s baby against the instructions of the patient’s perionatolgist. Confidential Settlement.
  • Brown v. United States., United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2003).  Federal Torts Claim Act medical malpractice wrongful death case against a VA Medical Center for perforation of superior vena cava causing the patient to bleed to death during a routine medical procedure. Bench trial and Verdict.
  • Cummings v. Anonymous (2012). $435,000.00 settlement of an automobile accident involving injuries including a trimalleolar fracture and closed head injury
  • Mourad v. State Farm (2012). $300,000.00 partial wrongful death uninsured motorist settlement.  Coverage dispute litigation and additional claims subject to confidential settlement.
  • Bayha v. Descineros (2015). Confidential settlement. The passenger on a motorcycle recovered a confidential sum from the at-fault driver. The 96-year-old driver collided with the motorcycle and the passenger/client was ejected and suffered multiple fractures, surgeries, and extensive medical care. The driver alleged that the motorcycle operator was negligent.
  • Thomas v. Campoli Geico Insurance (2014). Competitive Cyclist recovered $50,000.00 from the driver of an automobile and recovered $275,000.00 from his own automobile insurer after suffering injuries including a pulmonary embolism.
  • Ramirez v. Anonymous (2014). Confidential settlement against uninsured dairy farm owner, his insurer, his insurance agent and a company that maintained farm equipment when he suffered an above knee amputation as a result of falling into the piece of equipment while it was running.
  • Wheeler v. at-fault driver and State Farm Insurance (2014). Motorcyclist recovered from the driver of an automobile and from his own automobile insurer $259,000.00 after suffering injuries including a fractured leg.
  • The Estate of Jane Doe v. Anonymous (2013) Wrongful death medical malpractice claim on behalf of the surviving spouse of a patient who was not appropriately monitored during a routine medical procedure. Confidential settlement.
  • Jane Doe v.Anonymous (2014) and Jane Doe v. Anonymous. Confidential settlements of the claims of two drivers of separate vehicle involved in the same high-impact collision with a semi-truck.
  • Duarte v. BAYTOWNE WHARF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION, INC.,  GATEWAY AT BAYTOWNE WHARF CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., a SANDESTIN INVESTMENTS, LLC and SANDESTINMANAGEMENT COMPANY, LLC (2015). $545,000.00 recovery from multiple parties very early in the litigation process as a result of a heavy door hitting the client while she was walking through an underground parking garage having entered through a service entrance that lacked appropriate access control and warnings at a resort location resulting in serious shoulder and neck injuries and surgeries.
  • John Doe v. Anonymous (2014). Complex wrongful death medical malpractice claim against a facility and its providers as well as non-medical security personnel on behalf of the surviving spouse of a suicidal patient who was not appropriately monitored and committed suicide while under a Baker Act and while he was supposed to be visually monitored. Confidential Settlement.
  • Hall v. Figueredo Services Inc. (2013) $274,900.00 settlement of the claims of a gentleman involved in a collision with a dump-truck who underwent neck surgery.
  • Howard v. Crawford(2015) $225,000.00 settlement of the claims of a woman involved in a collision with a Range Rover who underwent neck surgery.
  • Lincey v. USAA (2015) $200,000.00 tender of Uninsured motorist policy limits by insurer following a severe accident as a pedestrian while attempting to change a tire roadside.
  • Black v. Limes Billiards (2015) $250,000.00 settlement in an assault outside a Billiard’s club by club bouncers.
  • John Doe, a minor v. Anonymous (2015) Medical malpractice claim on behalf of guardian of a minor child. Confidential settlement.
  • Jane Doe v. Anonymous (2015) Complex Reflex sympathetic dystrophy confidential settlement in a fall down case resulting from a defective stairwell.
  • Smith, a minor v. Miller and USAA (2015)  $400.000.00 settlement of a minor’s claim against the at-fault driver, his employer and the minor parents’ underinsured motorist carrier stemming from a significant rear-end collision involving surgery.
  • Rochester v. Wall Timber (2015) $295.000.00 settlement of a garbage truck driver’s claim against at-fault driver and his employer stemming from a significant, violent rear-end collision involving surgery, caught on video from inside the cab of the truck driven by my client.
  • Johnson v. Anonymous (2015) Confidential settlement of a truck driver’s claim against a driver and his employer stemming from a collision involving surgery.
  • Hull v. Anonymous (2015) Confidential settlement of a truck driver’s claim against the company that negligently packed a trailer he was hauling when goods fell on driver involving surgery.
  • John Doe v. Anonymous (2015) Confidential settlement of a resident’s claim against a group home for developmentally disabled as a result of negligent supervision.
  • PR of the Estate of John Doe v. Anonymous (2016) Confidential settlement of wrongful death malpractice claim on behalf of six surviving minor children as a result of preventable death in behavioral health unit of a local hospital.
  • John Doe v. Anonymous(2016) Confidential settlement of a resident’s claim against a group home for developmentally disabled as a result of negligent supervision and life-threatening injuries sustained during preventable elopement.
  • Nicoliccia v. Anonymous (2016) Confidential six-figure settlements on behalf of husband and wife for significant spinal injuries sustained by each of them in the automobile accident.
  • Carole and Terry Berry v. USAA et. Al. (2016) Resolution of husband and wife’s bodily injury and underinsured motorists claims for over $300,000.00 combined.
  • The Estate of Donley v. Simmons (2016) Settlement. The Estate of the decedent motorcycle rider recovered funds in excess of the limits of liability insurance including a personal contribution from the at-fault driver.
  • Hudson v.  Chinchilla (2016) $270,000.00 settlement of a passenger’s claim against a commercial vehicle owner and driver stemming from a collision involving surgery to revise a preexisting lumbar surgery.
  • Canlas v. Nationwide(2016) $220,000.00 settlement of an uninsured motorists’ claim following cervical surgery on the preexisting injury.
  • Freeman (2017) $125,000.00 settlement of a passenger’s claim against a vehicle owner and driver stemming from a collision involving cervical surgery.
  • Towns (2017) $160,000.00 settlement of a claim against a vehicle owner and its driver stemming from a collision involving cervical surgery.
  • Cutrer (2017) $120,000.00 settlements for mother and infant injured as passengers in a vehicle hit by a vehicle driven on the opposite side of the road.
  • The Estate of Jane Doe v. Anonymous (2017) confidential settlement of a claim for the children of the passenger on a motorcycle against the owner and operator of the vehicle that hit the motorcycle causing passenger’s death.
  • Woodward v. Anonymous (2017) confidential settlement of failure to diagnose cancer case.
  • The Estate of Pitts v. Manor Care (2017) Tender of policy limits for violation of resident’s rights on behalf of the Estate of a resident who was not properly supervised and fell suffering severe injuries and death.
  • Myers v. Roosevelt Gardens (2017) Settlement of the claims of the victim of a shooting at an apartment complex as a result of inadequate security.
  • Fitzpatrick v. Anonymous (2017) Resolution of hard-fought medical malpractice case immediately preceding trial due to allegations of improper surgical approach by a surgeon.
  • Woodward v. Anonymous (2017) Resolution of medical malpractice case without protracted litigation due to delayed diagnosis of cancer as a result of radiology error.
  • Laurie (2017) $130,000.00 settlement of the claims of a man involved in a collision with an SUV who was recommended for neck surgery.
  • Lee (2017) $100,000.00 policy limits settlement of the claim of a woman involved in a collision with a drunk driver who underwent knee surgery.
  • Santiago (2017) $120,000.00 settlement of the claims of a man involved in a collision with a commercial vehicle who underwent shoulder surgery.
  • Nipper (2017) $225,000.00 settlement of the claims of a man involved in a collision with an SUV who underwent ankle surgery and had pain management for his back.
  • Handy (2017) $139,000 settlement of the uninsured motorist claim of a man involved in a collision who underwent pain management for his back and neck.
  • Purves (2017) $100,000.00  policy limit settlement of the claims of a man involved in a collision with an SUV who was recommended for neck surgery.
  • Keen v. Davis Recovery (2017) $460,000.00 recovery for the victim of a severe t-bone collision with a tow truck wrecker.
  • Hardy v. Confidential (2018) Obtained a $750,000.00 settlement for our client, hundreds of thousands of dollars above the policy limits, in a vehicle on bicycle crash involving significant injuries.
  • Jane Doe v. Confidential (2018) Obtained a $1.875 million settlement of industrial accident case involving crush injuries.
  • Jane Doe v. Confidential (2018) Recovered a confidential amount for a client from a contractor operating a juvenile justice program concerning allegations of sexual assault of a minor while in custodial care.
  • Boles v. City of Jacksonville (2018) $90,000.00 recovery against the City of Jacksonville as a result of a collision between a city garbage truck and our client’s vehicle.
  • Veals v. Anderson Recovered $200,000.00for husband and wife injured in high impact collision.
  • Tysons v. Miller Recovered $131,000.00 for a husband and wife injured in an accident.
  • John Doe v. Confidential Recovered $350,000.00 for the victim of a shooting at an apartment complex.
  • Henderson v. Kobak and PPL Trucking $350,000.00 recovery for client severely injured in high impact collision with commercial vehicle involving back and neck surgery.
  • Serrano v. Kling Towing $90,000.00 recovery for a client involved in high impact collision.
  • Warren v. Smith, Nationwide and 21stCentury $125,000.00 aggregate recovery for a client against at-fault driver and two uninsured motorist carriers.
  • Sunu v. Molina $118,000.00 recovery for client who suffered neck injury as a result of high impact collision.
  • Nowell v. StarTech $630,000.00 recovery for partially paralyzed women in trip and fall case against a business
  • Taylor  $125,000.00 recovery for a single mother injured in an auto accident with injections.
  • Confidential $270,000.00 recovery for a burn victim in a unique premises liability case against her former apartment owner and manager in a fall on a stairwell due to a defective hand railing
  • Confidential $230,000.00 recovery for the estate of a young driver hit when partially in the shoulder of the highway and the roadway by a commercial vehicle.
  • Confidential $210,000.00 recovery for a two-year-old who was able to walk through a broken screen door in his rented home and was injured.
  • Cheryl Frazier $300,000.00 recovery for the victim of an automobile crash who underwent back surgery.
  • Donna McGinn $200,000.00 policy limits underinsured motorist recovery for the victim of an automobile crash who had a pain pump installed in her spine
  • Joseph Minotti $365,000.00 recovery for the victim of an automobile crash who underwent neck surgery
  • Confidential $625,000.00 recovery for the victim of a shooting at an apartment complex.
  • Confidential $160,000.00 recovery for a woman injured in a trucking accident.
  • Confidential recovery for serving a habitual alcoholic resulting in injuries to his passenger.
  • Confidential medical malpractice recovery in excess of $500,000.00 for the spouse of a deceased hospital patient due to delayed diagnosis.
  • Confidential Medical Malpractice recovery against physician on behalf of Army veteran who experienced a perforated colon and a temporary ileostomy.
  • $350,000.00 recovery for a commercial truck driver injured in a highway collision who underwent lumbar surgery.
  • Confidential medical malpractice recovery against physicians and nurses for the surviving spouse of a woman that lost her life as a result of an improper failure to diagnose and treat a pulmonary embolism.
  • $70,000.00 recovery for injured educator who was involved in serious motor vehicle crash with a drunk driver.
  • $190,000.00 recovery for injured victim in a trucking crash as a result of aggravation of prior injuries.
  • $100,000.00 recovery for woman injured in a fall at her place of residence.
  • $150,000.00 recovery for the estate of a gentlemen involved in a crash with disputed liability where he unfortunately died from unrelated health issues.
  • $99,000.00 recovery for injured victim in a crash as a result of aggravation of prior injuries.
  • $75,000.00 recovery for soft tissue injuries sustained in a car crash.
  • $106,500.00 recovery for soft tissue injuries where at fault driver was looking at his cell phone while driving.
  • $105,000.0000 recovery for Navy veteran who underwent pain management procedures following a crash with disputed liability.
  • $100,000.00 uninsured motorist recovery for a driver who underwent surgery for a preexisting condition following a crash.
  • Confidential recovery in excess of half a million dollars for the surviving daughters of misdiagnosed heart patient who died of a heart attack following several emergency visits.
  • $60,000.00 recovery for aggravation of previous spine injuries following a car crash.
  • $185,000.00 recovery for an immigrant hit by a commercial vehicle while riding his bicycle.
  • $105,000.0000 recovery for Navy veteran who underwent pain management procedures following a crash with disputed liability.
  • $440,000.00 inadequate security recovery for the 6 children of after their father was shot and killed in the common areas of an  apartment on Christmas day during an altercation.
  • $215,000.00 recovery for a woman hit by a semi who underwent shoulder surgery.
  • $60,000.00 recovery for injured victim as a result of aggravation of prior injuries.
  • $150,000.00 recovery for a driver who underwent shoulder surgery following a crash involved in other serious crashes before and after this one.
  • $200,000.00 recovery for Navy veteran cyclist who was hospitalized following a crash with disputed liability.
  • $500,000.00 recovery for a seriously injured 17-year-old passenger and his mother driver both involved in a single car collision following a repair shop’s failure to properly fix the steering on a vehicle in for service prior to the crash.
  • $110,00.00 policy limits recovery for executive involved in a crash requiring injections.
  • $75,000.00 recovery for recommended shoulder surgery necessitated by a car crash.
  • $90,000.00 recovery for injuries sustained in a car crash.
  • Confidential inadequate security confidential recovery involving closed head injury at commercial premises.
  • Confidential recovery for a woman who sustained a head injury following a mishap on the premises outside of her place of employment while on a smoke break.
  • Confidential recovery following a four-year battle for the victim of a fall and alleged improper medication management resulting in strokes against a rehabilitation hospital and several physicians that treated the victim.
  • $125,000.00 recovery for a pregnant woman who underwent pain management procedures following a crash with disputed liability.
  • Confidential seven-figure inadequate security recovery for a teen who was shot in a car parked on a commercial property.
  • Tender of homeowner’s policy limit of $300,000.00 against hosts of a pool party where a guest tragically drowned. The case against the property owner is still pending.
  • Confidential multiple million dollar settlement of a portion of a trucking case for a catastrophically injured victim with a multi-million dollar future life care plan involving complicated liability claims.
  • Confidential six-figure inadequate security recovery for the children of an unwed father shot in his apartment complex.
  • $99,000.00 recovery of bodily injury and uninsured motorist claims for an out of state victim of a car crash where all medical bills past and future could not be recovered under Florida law.
  • $125,000.00 recovery for a young mother injured in an accident when a tractor-trailer backed into the car she was a passenger in.
  • $77,500.00 recovery for a young victim of traffic collision seeking pain management.
  • $300,000.000 recovery for a woman hit by a flying umbrella at an outdoor break area while on a smoke break.
  • $500,000.00 policy limits inadequate security recovery for the parents of a single 25-year-old shot at a motel.
  • $165,000.00 recovery for teacher injured in an automobile crash with a County School bus.
  • $577,500 recovery for the three children who lost their father in a shooting at his apartment complex.
  • $750,000.00 recovery for hard working 28 year old injured in a t-bone car crash on his way home from work.
  • $135,000 recovery for a woman rear-ended by a tractor-trailer
  • $100,000.00 policy limits tender by the carrier for a driver that rear-ended a banker.
  • Confidential recovery for a woman involved in a scooter accident.
  • Confidential recovery for 4 victims of a shooting at an apartment complex.
  • Confidential recovery for the three adult children of a woman on behalf of their deceased father as a result of his wife’s passing at a nursing home.
  • Recovery for a homicide detective involved in an intersection crash.
  • Recovery for two teenagers involved in an intersection t-bone crash.
  • Recovery for nurse involved in crash with a teenage driver.
  • $165,000.00 recovery for health care worker rear-ended by a school bus on her way home from work.
  • $100,000.00 recovery for young man shot in parking lot of an apartment complex.
  • Confidential recovery for surviving spouse in partial settlement of his claims against surgeon that delayed operating on his wife after her colon was perforated.
  • $125,000.00 recovery for nurse who fell off the rear of a moving golf cart and injured her knee.
  • $175,000.00 recovery for drive by shooting victim at a convenience store.
  • $141,500.00 recovery for father of a deceased shooting victim in an incident with multiple injured parties outside an unlicensed nightclub. Mother’s recovery was handled separately.
  • $200,000.00 recovery for injured driver following shoulder surgery and neck injection.
  • $175,000.00 recovery for injured driver following shoulder surgery and neck injection.
  • $597,500.00 recovery for automobile crash victim following back and neck surgeries.
  • Confidential recovery for children of a hospital patient who was not properly assessed for suicidal ideation while in the emergency department of a hospital.
  • Confidential recovery for shooting victim at a sports bar.
  • $300,000.00 policy limits recovery for the son of a bicyclist who was run over by a motorist where there were significant issues with liability for the crash.
  • Confidential recovery for shooting victim while parked in a car in a parking lot outside of an apartment complex.
  • Confidential multi-million-dollar recovery for the parents of a young boy that tragically drowned at a private swimming pool.
  • $700,000.00 recovery for automobile crash victim following neck surgery.
  • Confidential settlement of a shooting in a parking lot at a condominium.
  • Confidential resolution of an incident involving a fall in an ICU unit at a hospital.
  • Confidential resolution of an incident involving a fall at a Blood Donation Site.
  • Confidential Settlement of a school shooting case.
  • Confidential multi-million dollar resolution as co-counsel in a complex medical malpractice case with two young children survivors.
  • Confidential settlement of a wrongful death medical malpractice claim involving an acute allergic reaction to a contrast dye used.
  • Tender of aggregate $100,000.00 bodily injury policy limits to the driver and two occupants of a vehicle hit at a high rate of speed.
  • Confidential settlement of a wrongful death medical malpractice claim involving a 24 year old mildly autistic woman following discharge from an emergency department.
  • Confidential settlement of trucking crash causing the client to undergo a lower back surgery.
  • Confidential settlement of a medical malpractice claim on behalf of a vulnerable adult.
  • $750,000.00 Settlement of automobile accident claim involving neck surgery.
  • Confidential settlement of medical malpractice claim involving misdiagnosis of stroke.
  • Confidential settlement of a house party claim against the homeowner where a minor was assaulted.
  • Confidential settlement of a commercial trucking claim for a nurse rear-ended by the inattentive driver.
  • During 2022 Over $20,000,000.00 Recovered for Clients.
  • From 2012 to 2022 Over $92 million Recovered for Clients.

Proud member of

  • The Florida Bar 
  • The Georgia Bar, Pro hac vice admissions
  • U.S. District Court, Northern, Southern, and Middle Districts of Florida
  • American Association of Justice
  • Jacksonville Bar Association
  • Jacksonville Catholic Lawyers Guild

Education

  • University of Miami School of Law Juris Doctor, Cum Laude 
  • Northwestern University, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Minor – Business Institutions

Practice Areas

    • Personal Injury
    • Civil Litigation
    • Wrongful Death
    • Premises Liability
    • Insurance
    • Medical Malpractice
    • Product Liability
    • Nursing Home Abuse
    • Auto Negligence

 

Certifications

United States District Courts – Southern, Northern and Middle Districts, Florida

Hobbies

  • College sports
  • Running
  • Exercise
  • Camping

Personal Interests and Endeavors

  • Mission Trips, Retreats, Assisting the elderly
  • Gabriel House Volunteer
  • That Man is You
  • Northwestern University Alumni Association – Alumni Applicant Interviewer
  • Pro Bono Volunteer Jacksonville Legal Aid

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Recent client testimonials

Mr. Huttman,

I want to thank you for your efforts today in our deliberations and want you to know that I feel we did what we needed to do today. I appreciate your professionalism and knowledge and, as always, your thinking of what’s best for me and my future.  

Please stay in touch with what the next steps are and how we move through this time.

Sheri Keen

 

After (3) active military tours overseas, covering (25) years of service to this nation, I was faced with physical problems, due to the negligence of an irresponsible driver. While participating in a combat zone I was never fearful of harm to my life. But after my return to the states, I felt a tremendous blow which caused physical damages due to negligent driving. The impact for a moment caused me to be placed in a suspended state of momentary shock, from this traumatic incident. The United States Air Force trained me well for various emergencies, but this crash needed professional help. When I reached out to Farah & Farah and Larry Huttman, they quickly responded to my emergency. Their expertise in the field of “auto crashes”, proved to me that they are the “best team”, in Jacksonville, Florida. 

Thank you for straightening out the curve, that was placed in my life, by an irresponsible driver, who could have ended my life on the spot.

Trust me, I will spread the word about your services!

John Taylor

 

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost been three years since the accident. Time flies! It been pleasure working with Farah and Farah and your team. Thank you for all your hard work and passion insuring that people like me have their legal rights protected. It’s been a journey that I’ll not forget.  I’ll not hesitate to send you referrals!

Kevin Janeway

 

Working with Larry Huttman and Christy was an amazing experience. From the start they showed compassion and kindness for what we were dealing with the communication was awesome. Larry was amazing at securing a great outcome and was ready to take it all the way if need be. Thanks to Larry and his team things will be better for me in the future. I strongly recommend Larry as his team. They are the best. Thank you for all you did for me during this endeavor.

Cindy George

 

I have healed completely from my surgery and feel fantastic.

I am a Senior Shipboard Project Engineer for the Navy now. My job is to be the Technical expert for missile tests against ICBMs & Hypersonic missiles.

I spent most of November and December working on a NATO missile defense site in Poland and will deploy to Hawaii for two months starting in February.

My pay is much higher and I’m almost done recovering. Thank you very much for making this possible and wish you and your family the best in life.

Kelly Baker

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