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Bryan W. Reynolds

att-reynoldsBorn in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, December 16, 1960; admitted to bar, 1987 Florida; 1991 Pennsylvania; United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit; 1990, United States Supreme Court.

Education: Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania (B.S.B.A., 1984); Stetson University (J.D., 1986). Beta Gama Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi.

Member: St. Petersburg and American Bar Associations; The Florida Bar (Member, Sections on Trial Lawyers and Criminal Law); Pinellas County Trial Lawyers Association; Florida Defense Lawyers Association; St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce; Arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau; Member of Board of Directors of Suncoast Runners Club; Certified Arbitrator for the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Pinellas County, Florida; Certified Circuit Court Mediator; Board Certified Trial Lawyer by the Florida Bar; Medical Claims Defense Network, Inc.

During his attendance at Stetson College of Law and before his admission to the Florida Bar, Mr. Reynolds was employed as a clerk for Fox & Grove, Florida Partnership. Mr. Reynolds became an associate with Fox & Grove, Florida Partnership upon his admission to the Florida Bar in 1987. Mr. Reynolds became a partner at Fox, Grove, Abbey, Adams, Reynolds, Byelick and Kiernan on April 1, 1991. As of November 1, 1995 Mr. Reynolds started the new firm of Reynolds & Stowell, P.A. (which has now become Reynolds Parrino Shadwick, P.A.).

Mr. Reynolds is experienced in the following areas of litigation: motor vehicle liability; uninsured motorist claims in both litigation and arbitration; personal injury protection; coverage questions; premise liability; veterinary malpractice; homeowner’s claims; DBPR licensing claims; multiple competing claims; and time demands. He has been counsel in approximately ninety-four jury trials and thirty appeals. He also offers a full range of mediation services including traveling to multiple counties to assist parties in reaching a resolution of their cases.