About Warren R. Trazenfeld

WARREN R. TRAZENFELD, ESQ. graduated from the University of Florida School of Law in 1980 after receiving his bachelor's of science degree in management, with high distinction, from Babson College in 1977. The focus of his civil trial practice is suing negligent attorneys and accountants. Mr. Trazenfeld authored articles in the January 1995 edition of The Florida Bar Journal entitled "Legal Malpractice: A Framework for Assessing Potential Claims" and the Fall 2002 Nova Law Review entitled "Legal Malpractice in Florida," participated as a panel member for an on-line computer seminar conducted by Lexis Counsel Connect titled "The Malpractice Explosion: Limiting Your Exposure" and has spoken on the topic of legal malpractice at numerous seminars and conferences. In every edition since 1999, the South Florida Legal Guide has named Mr. Trazenfeld as one of South Florida's best lawyers. He has also been selected as one of The Best Lawyers in America in the area of legal malpractice since 2005, was included in the Florida Super Lawyers Magazine in 2006 under the category of plaintiff's professional liability and is board certified in legal malpractice by The American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys.

Mr. Trazenfeld is rated "AV" by the Martindale Hubbell Law Directory. The "A" represents "legal ability", and is the highest score given, defined by Martindale as "very high to preeminent". The "V" score represents "adherence to professional standards of conduct and ethics, reliability, diligence and other criteria relevant to the discharge of professional responsibilities." It is also the highest score given.

Mr. Trazenfeld is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a prestigious national group of U.S. trial lawyers who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts, awards and settlements. His website, judgeyourlawyers.com, allows potential clients to read reviews about potential lawyers. His website, floridalegalmalpractice.com, provides information to assist in the evaluation of a legal malpractice claim.

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