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P.A. was founded in 1974 by Philip Freidin, who has devoted his entire life
representing clients who have been seriously injured by the wrongful acts of
others. The firm currently consists of a small group of selectively chosen
attorneys, as well as Senior Partner Joel H. Brown, a childhood friend of
Phil’s who joined the firm when he retired from serving as the Chief Judge of
the Miami-Dade court system.
With over a century of combined experience, the lawyers at Freidin Brown, P.A.
have handled some of the most significant medical malpractice and serious personal
injury cases throughout Florida. Our decades-long specialty focus means we have
the knowledge, skills, and experience to understand even the most complex cases
of medical negligence, from misdiagnosis, birth injury and medication errors to
hospital errors in the ER, OR, lab and more. We pride ourselves on the big-firm
resources we devote to our cases, while still being able to give our clients
the personalized care and attention they deserve. We use cutting-edge
technology in the courtroom and retain medical experts from some of the best
universities and teaching institutions in the world to give our clients every
advantage. We handle all injury cases on a contingency fee basis; meaning we
advance all the costs of litigation and only get paid out of a portion of the
Some of our
most significant case results to-date include:
million medical malpractice verdict for twin boys ?with retinopathy of
prematurity who were rendered blind due to the defendant doctor's malpractice
after they were born prematurely.
million class action settlement Class v. American Family Publishers (AFP) -
Freidin Brown, P.A. was one of the firms representing consumers in this
nationwide class action for unfair consumer trade practices.
million tobacco verdict Merino v. Philip Morris on behalf of
Carmenza Merino, who smoked more than a pack of cigarettes a day for 32 years.
In 1996, the plaintiff was diagnosed with oral cancer.
million medical malpractice verdict M.N. v. Nicklaus Children's
Hospital - for a 5-year-old child who sustained a brain injury as a
result of negligent care.
for the seriously injured, our number one goal is to help you get the care and
compensation you need and deserve. When we take your case, you become part of
the Freidin Brown family.