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  DENNIS E. LYLES

  JOHN W. MAURO

  WILLIAM TUCKER CRAIG

  KENNETH W. MORGAN, JR.

  BRUCE M. RAMSEY

  GERALD L. KNIGHT

  CAROL J. HEALY-GLASGOW

  MICHAEL J. PAWELCZYK

  ANDREW A. RIEF

  MANUEL R. COMRAS

  SHIRLEY A. DELUNA

  RICHARD T. WOULFE

  MARK A. RUTLEDGE

  GINGER E. WALD



  CAMILLE E. BLANTON

  RENEE L. BRANT

  CHRISTINE A. BROWN

  SCOTT C. COCHRAN

  BRAD J. KIMBER

  DONNA M. KRUSBE

  KELLI F. LAGO

  JEFFERY R. LAWLEY

  SHAWN B. MCKAMEY

  MICHAEL L. SCHWEBEL, JR.

  VANESSA T. STEINERTS

  JOHN C. WEBBER

  CLARK J. COCHRAN, JR. (Of Counsel)

  SUSAN F. DELEGAL (Of Counsel)


  STEVEN F. BILLING (1947 - 1998)

  HAYWARD D. GAY (1943 - 2007)



Practice Areas

Trial Practice
Medical Malpractice Defense
Personal Injury Defense (including Premises/Auto)
Commercial Litigation
Products Liability



Based in our West Palm Beach office and a firm partner, Manuel R. Comras is a trial attorney with over twenty years of civil litigation experience. During his career he has defended numerous hospitals, physicians and medical professionals in all facets of litigation, including trial and appeals.

Mr. Comras has successfully handled many other types of complex litigation matters for both the defense and for plaintiffs. In addition to medical malpractice, Mr. Comras has significant experience in handling commercial litigation disputes, construction defect lawsuits, product liability claims and all types of personal injury cases including automobile, commercial trucking, and premises liability matters.

He has received an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell which reflects the greatest degree of ability and integrity as recognized by the legal community including judges and attorneys.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Brandeis University (B.A., cum laude, 1995)

Stetson College of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1997)





MEMBER

Florida Bar (1998)

U.S. District Court, Southern and Northern Districts of Florida (2002)

U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida (2003)

U.S. District Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit (2005)


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