Experience Matters

The lawyers of Bradford Cederberg have spent the majority of their legal careers representing health care providers in PIP matters across the state. The firm, Ms. Bradford and Mr. Bartels each hold the prestigious A-V rating from Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory rating system. Martindale-Hubbell has been a respected source of authoritative and dependable information about members of the legal community in the United States, Canada and throughout the world for over 130 years. The AV rating is awarded only after Martindale-Hubbell solicits confidential opinions from members of the bar and the judiciary on the legal ability and ethics of the attorney being reviewed for a rating. The "A" rating means that the attorney scored "very high to preeminent" in the category of "legal ability" while the "V" rating means that the attorney scored "very high" in the category of general ethics. The AV rating is the highest rating awarded by Martindale-Hubbell and reflects an attorney who has reached the height of professional excellence.

Ms. Bradford holds the designation of Board Certification in Civil Trial Law. Board certification as a civil trial lawyer is the highest level of recognition by the Florida Bar of the competency and experience of an attorney in the field of civil litigation. Board certification is intended by the Florida Bar to help consumers find an attorney who has demonstrated ability and experience in specialized fields, including civil litigation. Board certification requires a career concentrating in civil trial law, passing a rigorous written examination, passing peer review, and completion of numerous hours of continuing legal education. Board certification also requires an attorney to have demonstrated substantial experience in the specialty of civil trial law and to have that ability and experience favorably evaluated by judges and other attorneys. Our rulings speak for us. Take a look at our case results or contact us for a free listing of published opinions.

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