Have you been injured in an accident? Willis Law has been helping accident victims for 23 years
Attorney John Willis Named Florida Super Lawyer
Attorney John Willis has been selected to the 2017 Florida Super Lawyers list by Super Lawyer Magazine. This honor is reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Ratings are based on peer recognition, professional achievement and independent research.
Only 5% percent of attorneys in Florida receive this distinction.
Recognized by Lawdragon as one of the top 3,000 Plaintiff Lawyers in the U.S.
10 out of 10 - Superb Rating by AVVO
AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
Voted The Best Attorney in the City of Boca Raton, by 45,000 readers of the Sun-Sentinel's Boca Raton Forum and West Boca Forum
Elected as City of Parkland Commissioner in 2012
Attorney John Willis handles each case on an individual basis treating each client with the highest level of individual care and attention.
$525,000 Pre-suit Settlement
Attorney John Willis successfully obtained a pre-suit settlement without litigation of $525,000 for a female client who was walking her dog in the grass of her apartment community and tripped over a hidden drainage pipe. She fractured her shoulder and herniated a disk in her back, both of which required surgery.
New legislation would require all Florida motorcycle riders to wear a helmet. After sixteen years, the Bill HB 6009: Motorcycle Safety, would put an end to the existing law giving riders the option to wear helmet or protective headgear if they are over the age of 21 and carry required medical insurance. Helmet usage is a hotly debated issue surrounding motorcycle safety. According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, there were more than 10,000 motorcycle crashes in Florida in 2015 with 546 drivers killed.
Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) data shows that someone is hit by a train every three hours across the nation with more than 200 people being killed. Florida ranks 9th in the nation for rail road crossing accidents. The leading cause of fatalities and injuries is due to trespassing; however others are attributed to driver behavior and poor judgment, such as drivers who stop too close to the tracks, drivers who stop on the tracks, or drivers who try to beat the train often resulting in preventable car accidents with devastating catastrophic injuries and even death.