Jeff Alexander is a member of the firm’s General Liability practice with 30 years experience defending a broad range of insurance defense cases ranging from automobile accidents, food borne illness, construction litigation, negligent security, and premises liability. He joined Conroy Simberg and brings that experience to the table. Jeff Alexander has concentrated his practice on cases involving complex medical causation issues relative to motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall, food borne illness, toxic torts and exposure injuries. Jeff can successfully boast his history of obtaining favorable settlements and verdicts for his clients.
Jeff is admitted to all Florida state courts, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal. Jeff is also an inactive member of the Colorado Bar. Jeff has tried several cases in both state and federal court, primarily on the central and southeast coast of Florida, and understands the geographic, socioeconomic and cultural nuances of jurors in Florida courts.
Admitted to Practice:
- Florida – 1992
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida – 1993
- Colorado – 1998
- Gonzaga University School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 1992
- University of Colorado at Boulder, B.A., cum laude, 1988
- Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Section
- Colorado Bar
- Palm Beach County Bar
- Jeff is a very proud father and has a passion for coaching youth sports, with over 15 years of experience in coaching and teaching young men about the life lessons learned through sports. His success is measured more by the success of his former players in life that it is by wins and losses. However, Jeff’s teams nevertheless competed at national levels in football and lacrosse, having won a Pop Warner Football national championship in 2011 with a season record of 17-0. Jeff also coached recreational and competitive youth lacrosse, as well as a high school lacrosse as an assistant coach at Jupiter High School. Jeff’s son continued his lacrosse career after high school at Duke University where he played for 4 years and competed in two NCAA Div. I lacrosse national championships.