Counsel And Representation of Local Government Entities

The attorneys of Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli & Pratt P.A. lend their extensive experience and international reputation to representing Florida government authorities in litigation and non-litigation matters. These issues range from eminent domain, zoning and land use, municipal finance, public contracts, and land acquisition to defending county and municipal agencies against personal injury claims and employment-based litigation.

As we describe in our Governmental Torts page, our attorneys have extensive experience prosecuting government agencies - experience that is invaluable in taking the "other side" and representing government agencies. In one case, our lawyers gained an $800,000.00 settlement against Dade County and assorted contractors for injuries suffered by an ironworker in the construction of a portion of the Dade County Metrorail. The contractors failed to employ safe construction practices. Knowing what legal tactics we use to gain such settlements, our lawyers can anticipate any plaintiff's case and plan a defense accordingly. (Visit our Verdicts & Settlements for more of our attorneys' successes.)

In general, there are few law firms in Florida better equipped to win high-profile cases than Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli & Pratt P.A. We regularly receive cases from other firms who cannot handle large-scale legislation. Our attorneys have been recognized nationally and internationally, and our aggressive, innovative work in court has brought our clients some of the largest verdicts in history and changed Florida and United States law by setting many legal precedents. (Visit our Appellate Decisions page to read about legal precedents set by our lawyers.)

Contact us for a free initial consultation. From our Miami, Florida, offices, we serve Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, The Florida Keys, Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, Monroe County, and surrounding areas. For especially high-stakes cases we will travel throughout Southern Florida, as far north as Orlando and as far west as Tampa.