Brett J. Preston

Brett J. Preston Attorney Malpractice Hill Ward Henderson
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Professional Biography

Brett Preston is an accomplished trial attorney who is committed to providing responsive and efficient legal solutions to help clients solve their problems.

Brett’s practice emphasizes the defense of professional malpractice, product liability, and life, health, and disability insurance cases. He also represents clients involved in serious personal injury and wrongful death, structure collapse, toxic tort, and commercial disputes. Brett represents attorneys in grievance proceedings before The Florida Bar. His trial experience is extensive and includes arguing a case of first impression before the Florida Supreme Court and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

Brett serves as the firm’s General Counsel. He is a Certified Circuit Mediator and regularly mediates complex commercial, insurance, professional liability, and personal injury cases.

Brett has served as the editor of the Trial Lawyers' Forum of The Florida Bar Journal and was a member of The Florida Bar's Civil Procedure Rules Committee.

Brett has been involved in various community activities in the Tampa area. He attends Feather Sound Church and spends most of his leisure time with his family. He enjoys exercising, boating, following college sports, and reading.

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Hill Ward Henderson has been named a 2022 Go-To Thought Leader by the National Law Review for Insurance Coverage Law. In September of 2022, Hurricane Ian made landfall in Southwestern Florida, sending shockwaves through the local economy, displacing residents and devastating infrastructure. Authors Matthew F. Hall, Timothy A. Hunt, Brett J. Preston, and Erik P. Raines provided extensive insight into what individuals and businesses should look for in their insurance policies in the face of this unprecedented weather event. 


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