Scott Eldridge is an associate in the firm's Tampa office.
Mr. Eldridge practices in Personal Injury Protection, and is experienced in the area of Worker's Compensation Litigation.
He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honors from the University of Florida majoring in Political Science. While at the University of Florida he was selected for membership in The University of Florida's Blue Key Organization, its highest Leadership Honorary as well as the Order of Omega for service on an off campus.
He received his Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law where he was an active participant in Stetson's award winning Trial Team preparation, as well as serving as a Resident Advisor aiding handicapped residents with their daily activities. Honors and distinctions include Honor Roll.
Mr. Eldridge is admitted to practice before all State courts within the State of Florida.
- Florida, 2000
- Stetson University College of Law, St. Petersburg, Florida
- University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Our Practice Focus
- Workers’ Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Why You Need A Lawyer
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Dangerous Property Conditions
- Wrongful Death
- Brain Injuries
- Personal Injury Information
- Understanding a Personal Injury Journal, Tampa Injury Lawyer
- After Your Injury
- Paying Bills Later
- The Defendant
- Discovery Requests
- Request For More Documentation
- Personal Injury Journals
- Valuing Your Lakeland Personal Injury Case Based on Medical Bills and Records
- Stalling Tactics Used by Insurance Adjustors
- Common Techniques Used By Claims Representatives
- Special Damages Vs. Pain And Suffering
- Evaluating Claims
- How Much Is My Case Worth?
- Social Security Disability
- Employment Disputes
- Unlawful Retaliation
- Overtime & Wage Disputes
- Employment Law Information
- Successful Deposition Testimony
- Initial Stages of Your Employment Claim
- When Are Mental Exams By the Defense Allowed to Be Used on an Employee?
- Getting Ready For Your Deposition
- Title VII: Protected Categories
- Title VII’s Prohibitions
- The Use of Direct Evidence to Establish Retaliatory Intent
- Arbitration Favors Employers (Not Employees)
- The Value Of Emotional Distress
- How Lakeland Employment Lawyers Evaluate Cases
- Limit Discussion of Your Employment Case