Law Offices of
Christopher M. Cannon, P.A.


888 S. Andrews Avenue
Suite 205
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

Phone: (954) 527-5222
    Fax: (954)760-5844


A Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer with Experience and Credentials
 



Christopher M. Cannon, Esq.

Attorney at Law, Christopher M. Cannon, Esq. brings over 20 years of personal injury experience to the table for every injured client he represents.  He is board-certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in civil trial law and has handled trial cases over a broad variety of injury types.

Thirty-plus years of dedicated service

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Mr. Cannon in 1981 and was named partner in 1985.  The types of injury claims he has litigated for clients over the years include matters of automobile accidents, slip and falls, wrongful deaths and various insurance disputes.

During three decades of service, Mr. Cannon has become known among the legal community for outstanding, timely and cost-effective legal service.  He also bears the distinction of AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.

A knowledgeable Fort Lauderdale injury lawyer ready to stand in your corner

Injuries can happen at any time, in any place.  When you or someone you love is harmed by the negligent acts of another, you must not place your trust in the hands of an attorney without sufficient personal injury experience.  Contact a lawyer like Christopher M. Cannon,  Attorney at Law.  You can reach our offices at (954) 527.5222 today.

Practice areas

  • Personal injury
  • Automobile accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • Brain injuries

Bar admissions

  • Florida, 1980

Honors

Education

  • J.D., Nova University, 1980
  • B.S., Grand Valley State College, 1972

Professional associations

  • Broward County Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Association
  • Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers
  • American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)

Certifications

  • Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer
  • Florida Bar Board Of Legal Specialization And Education

 


Experienced Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer Providing Personal Support
 


Board-certified trial attorney provides skilled support for accident victims and their families

Accidents happen every day. Many can cause injuries that change the lives of the victims and their entire families. All too often, victims would not have been injured if other parties had exercised more caution. If you or a loved one suffers injuries caused by the negligence of other parties, you have the right to pursue compensation for the expenses you face, even if those expenses last a lifetime. With more than four decades of experience, the dedicated attorney Christopher M. Cannon, Esq., Attorney at Law provide the personalized support you need to protect your rights and move forward.

Comprehensive, individualized support for a full array of injury claims

A dedicated attorney recognizes that every accidental injury case is unique and deserves individualized attention. Each case we take the time to educate clients about the legal options available for their specific situations. Then we take care of the details to help provide our clients with the time they need to heal.

We also provide compassionate support to families who lose loved ones because of the negligence of other parties. We understand that no amount of compensation can make up for such tragic losses. However, a wrongful death action can help pay expenses and enable families to begin moving forward.

The skills and resources to address complex medical malpractice claims

Even the best medical care carries no guarantee of positive results. However, medical negligence can cause needless suffering to patients who face long- term or permanent injuries — or to families who lose a loved one.

Proving medical negligence requires an attorney who can handle highly technical details and a complex legal process. Our medical malpractice attorney has extensive experience in this challenging area of the law. We combine our legal knowledge in this field with access to a network of skilled medical practitioners and investigators to develop compelling cases that support the claims of our clients.

How our recognition in the legal community helps our clients

Injury victims must often battle powerful legal teams to seek justice after a needless accident forever changes their lives. They need an advocate on their side who can level the playing field. Opposing attorneys recognize Christopher M. Cannon, Esq. Attorney at Law for his excellence in personal injury and accident litigation. They know we guide personal injury lawsuits in a professional and aggressive manner, and that we will not hesitate to go to trial if necessary.

We have received an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, an honor that indicates the pinnacle of professional excellence. Our board-certified trial lawyers are also honored to be members of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Membership in this national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges is available by invitation only. Our dedication to the preservation of justice has earned our membership to ABOTA as well as our participation in various capacities on its board.

Call our Fort Lauderdale injury law firm for responsive, caring and personal support

When the negligent or willful acts of other parties cause you or a loved one harm, you need an attorney with exceptional skills to ensure you obtain the full compensation you need and deserve. Christopher M. Cannon, Esq., Attorney at Law has more than four decades of experience using our legal knowledge and dedication to help our clients pursue justice. We take calls 24/7, offer flexible hours for a free consultation and can meet with you in our convenient downtown office, at home or in the hospital. We take cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no attorney fees until we obtain an award or settlement for your case. Contact us online, or call us at 954.527.5222 today.

 


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