Michael focuses his practice on construction law. He also has extensive litigation experience in a variety of practice areas, including premises liability, negligent security, legal malpractice defense, medical malpractice defense, personal injury, real estate agent/broker errors and omissions, insurance agent/broker errors and omissions, non-profit law, legislative/governmental relations, and administrative law.
Prior to law school, Michael served as an administrative law judge for the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. He then went on to earn a Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2014. While in law school, Michael was named Staff Editor for the FCSL Law Review. He also served as a summer clerk in the Florida First District Court of Appeal and worked as a law clerk for a Jacksonville employment law firm.
Michael was admitted to practice in the State of Florida in 2014 and is an active member of the Florida Bar and Jacksonville Bar Association. Previous to joining Taylor Day, he worked as a contract attorney for a nationwide veterans’ non-profit organization and as a litigation attorney for a large insurance defense firm.
Beyond the office, Michael is an avid outdoorsman. When he is not spending family time with his wife and two children, he deeply enjoys fishing and hunting.