Eric H. Faddis


 

Eric H. Faddis was born in Pensacola, Florida on April 8, 1959.  He graduated from the University of Florida with a BSBA in 1981.  Mr. Faddis attended South Texas College of Law, and obtained a Juris Doctorate in 1983.  He was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1984 and The Florida Bar in 1984.  Mr. Faddis is a member of both the Orange County and American Bar Associations; The Florida Bar (member of the Trial lawyers Section); State Bar of Texas; the American Association for Justice (member, Board of Governors 2001-2004); Florida Association for Justice (member, Board of Directors 1999-2004); Texas Trial Lawyers Association; and was a member of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission (2001-2002).  He was  a recipient of the “American Jurisprudence Award” in Torts (1981); “Extraordinary Service Award”, State Attorney for the  Ninth Judicial Circuit (1991) and the “COA Award”, Metropolitan Bureau of Investigations, Orlando, Florida (1991).



In 1991 he left the State Attorney’s Office in Orlando, Florida and started his own plaintiffs’ personal injury practice.   



He is a frequent lecturer for the Florida Association for Justice and a recipient of the “Gold EAGLE Award” in 2001.  He is “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell.  He was Board Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in September, 2003 and recertified in 2008.  Mr. Faddis and his firm practice in the areas of serious personal injury and wrongful death, specializing in medical malpractice, defective products, and professional negligence claims.  He and his firm have been involved in a number of  verdicts and settlements for their clients, results of which can be accessed in the Results page. Mr. Faddis is married to Tiffany Marie Faddis, Esquire, former in-house complex litigation counsel with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, who has also joined the firm as a partner.

 

Bar Admissions

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Florida 1984
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Texas 1984

Education

1981
Oxford, England, 1982
Houston, Texas, 1983
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Following a distinguished career as a prosecutor in Orlando, Eric Faddis in 1994, tried one of the most significant premises liability cases to be brought in Central Florida.  He filed suit against a hotel on behalf of a young woman who was assaulted in its parking lot because of inadequate security.  At the conclusion of the two-week trial, the jury awarded a precedent setting verdict, finding the hotel responsible for the criminal acts perpetrated against the innocent victim he represented.

Mr. Faddis has continually fought to achieve justice in numerous settings throughout the country for his injured clients and their families.  As a consequence, he has been recognized by his peers as having achieved the highest levels of professional skill and integrity thereby being awarded an “AV” rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available.  He further has been included in the Preeminent Lawyer Directory and has been named a Super Lawyer by his peers, a category reserved for less than 5% of his colleagues.  Further, based upon the levels of professional skill and integrity he exhibits, Eric Faddis has achieved Board Certification in Civil Trial Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

 
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Awards & Recognition

  • Board certified in Civil Trials
  • AV Rated
  • Super Lawyer
 
135,601
- Accidents resulting in
injuries in 2010

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