In March, 2011 Grant W. Kindrick joined what was then The Bleakley Bavol Law Firm directly from law school. Mr. Kindrick has practiced in virtually all of the practice areas offered by the firm, including general liability litigation, trust and probate litigation, guardianship litigation, commercial litigation, professional liability litigation, First Amendment litigation, first party insurance litigation, catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims, insurance coverage and re-insurance litigation, corporate derivative lawsuits, employment litigation, and workers’ compensation.
Mr. Kindrick has represented for-profit, not-for-profit corporations, and individuals on both the defense and plaintiff’s side of cases. He has practiced in circuit court, federal court, arbitration proceedings, and administrative proceedings.
Mr. Kindrick, with J. Ronald Denman and Charles Bavol tried the matter of Bivins v. Rogers et al, which resulted in a jury verdict of 16.4 million dollars in favor of the firm’s client. Mr. Kindrick has also litigated on both sides of several other multi-million-dollar cases involving catastrophic personal injury matters, commercial disputes and lawsuits involving damage to real and personal property.
Mr. Kindrick is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, but has devoted his professional career to practicing law in the state of Florida. In 2007, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Mr. Kindrick earned his Juris Doctorate from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 2010.
Mr. Kindrick is a member of the Florida Bar, the United States District Court for the Middle District & Southern District of Florida, the Hillsborough County Bar Association, the Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Litigation American Inn of Court, and the Thomas E. Penick Jr. American Inn of Court.