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Carlton Fields Continues to Grow its Property and Casualty Insurance Practice

Orlando, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Kevin Major Jr. joined the firm as an associate in Orlando. He is the fifth attorney to join the firm’s national Property and Casualty Insurance Practice in the last year.  

Major is a litigator who focuses his practice on property and casualty insurance, encompassing a variety of federal and state law issues. His experience includes insurance coverage disputes, first-party property, commercial litigation, legal and professional malpractice, motor vehicle negligence, construction defect litigation, and labor and employment law.

Prior to private practice, Major worked for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor in the misdemeanor, juvenile, and felony divisions, where he tried multiple cases to verdict.

Major received his J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he was a member of the Trial Team, Alternative Dispute Resolution Team, and Black Law Students Association. He received both a B.A. and B.S. from University of Central Florida.

Carlton Fields’ Property and Casualty Insurance Practice has been recognized by corporate counsel as one of only 21 law firms nationally with the best insurance industry client relationships in BTI Consulting's Power Rankings. The firm has received top rankings in insurance for more than 16 consecutive years by Chambers USA. Additionally, for five consecutive years, Carlton Fields has ranked as the Top Law Firm for insurance thought leadership, according to JD Supra’s Readers Choice Awards.

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