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Elliott Tubbs III

Associate


Elliott Tubbs III, an associate in Conroy Simberg’s Fort Myers office, practices in general liability and casualty, first party property and coverage, premises liability, products liability, automobile litigation and torts. He has experience in both civil and criminal litigation, including personal injury, class actions and mass torts. Elliott earned a juris doctor from Ave Maria School of Law and two undergraduate degrees in, both, accounting and finance from Mercyhurst University. 

Practice Areas: 

Admitted to Practice:

  • Florida, 2013
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2014
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2014
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida, 2014
  • New York, 2016 

Education: 

  • Ave Maria School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2013
  • Mercyhurst University, Bachelor of Arts, 2010 

Professional Affiliations: 

  • Collier County Bar Association
  • Young Lawyers Division of The Florida Bar

Representative Experience: 

  • Allstate Construction Roofing v. Security First Insurance Company
    Obtained a defense verdict in a first party property case tried over 2 days in Lee County, Florida. Plaintiff was a roofing company and claimed that the insured home was damaged as a result of Hurricane Irma and that the insurance carrier breached the subject policy of insurance by not providing coverage for the alleged roof damage. The plaintiff demanded the full amount of an entire roof replacement for a roof that was built in 2003. The jury found that the Plaintiff had not met its burden of proving that the roof was damaged within the policy period and returned a defense verdict after deliberating for less than 15 minutes. 

  • Fidel Espinosa and Sahily Otero v. Citizens Property Insurance Corporation
    Obtained a defense verdict in a first party property case tried over 3 days in Lee County, Florida. Plaintiffs were the insured homeowners who claimed that their home's shingle roof and a significant amount of the interior of the home was damaged as a result of Hurricane Irma, and that the insurance carrier breached the subject policy of insurance by denying the claim. The jury found that the Plaintiffs had not met their burden of proving that the home was damaged by Hurricane Irma.

  • Thomas Mayo v. Security First Insurance Company
    Obtained a defense verdict in a first party property case tried over 3 days in Lee County, Florida.  Plaintiff was an insured homeowner who claimed that his home's tile roof was damaged as a result of Hurricane Irma, resulting in interior damage, and that the insurance carrier breached the subject policy of insurance by denying the claim.  The jury found that the Plaintiff had not met his burden of proving that the home was damaged within the policy period.

  • Dri-Force Restoration, Inc. v. Citizens Property Insurance Corporation
    Obtained a defense verdict in a first-party property case tried over 2 days in Lee County, Florida. Plaintiff was a water mitigation contractor and claimed that the insured home was damaged as a result of Hurricane Irma and that the insurance carrier breached the subject policy of insurance by denying the claim. The jury found that the Plaintiff had not met their burden of proving that the home was damaged within the policy period.