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Anthony J. Parrino

att-parrinoBorn in Tampa, Florida, February 29, 1968, admitted to bar, 1993 Florida; 1993 United States District Court, Middle District of Florida; 1993 United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. Became a partner of the firm November 1, 1999

Education: The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee (B.S. 1989); Stetson University College of Law, St. Petersburg, Florida, (J.D. 1993).

Member: St. Petersburg, Hillsborough County and American Bar Associations; The Florida Bar; Pinellas County Trial Lawyers Association; Florida Defense Lawyers Association; Medical Claims Defense Network, Inc; Certified Circuit Court Mediator

During his attendance at Stetson University College of Law and before his admission to the Florida Bar, Mr. Parrino was employed as a law clerk for Fox, Grove Abbey, Adams, Reynolds, Byelick and Kiernan, a Florida Partnership, and became an associate with that firm upon admission to the Florida Bar in 1993. He became an associate with Reynolds & Stowell, P.A. (now Reynolds Parrino Shadwick, P.A.) on November 1, 1995. He became a partner of the firm on November 1, 1999.

Mr. Parrino has lectured for the National Business Institute, “No-Fault Law: Current Issues and Strategies,” November 2008, “No-Fault Claims and Litigation: From Start to Finish,” December 2011 and “Handling Complex Auto Insurance Coverage Disputes,” December 2013. He has also spoken to insurance companies on no-fault related issues, offering courses approved by the State for continuing education credits for insurance adjusters.

Mr. Parrino is also certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a mediator in the County and Circuit Courts of the State. He offers a full range of mediation services including traveling to multiple counties to assist parties in reaching a resolution of their cases.

Mr. Parrino is experienced in the following areas of litigation: motor vehicle liability; uninsured motorist claims; personal injury protection in both litigation and arbitrations, and appellate practice.