A. Sam Jubran

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Areas of Practice 1) Wrongful Death, 2) Personal Injury, 3) Automobile and Trucking Accidents, 4) Motorcycle Accidents, 5) Boat Accidents, 6) Construction Accidents, 7) Catastrophic Injury, 8) Head Injury, 9) Spinal Injury, 10) Brain Injury, 11) Slip and Fall, 12) Premises Liability and 13) Dog Bites
Law School Florida Coastal School of Law
Admitted Year 2000
Education University of North Florida (B.A., 1992)
Most recent firm A. Sam Jubran, P.A.
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