John Z. Lagrow believes that everyone is equal in the eyes of the law and enjoys ensuring that the proverbial underdogs are able to have their day in court on an equal playing field. With a commitment and dedication to pursuing the best interests of his clients, John prides himself on an uncompromising desire to obtain the best results for his clients while at the same time maintaining the integrity of the legal profession.
John founded the law firm of John Z. Lagrow, P.A. on January 1, 2008, after working as an associate attorney for two prominent Orlando area law firms. John's practice focuses on pursuing insurance claims on behalf of auto glass companies that have payment disputes with automobile insurance carriers and first party personal injury protection (PIP) claims on behalf of insureds and medical providers. John has represented numerous auto glass shops across the State of Florida litigating thousands of claims on their behalf assisting them in recovering fair and reasonable payments from insurance companies.
John also represents homeowners throughout the State of Florida facing foreclosure by assisting with loan modifications and short sales or finding the best exit strategy for each client's particular needs.
John graduated Magna Cum Laude from the New England School of Law in 1998 where he also served as the Editor-in-Chief of the New England Law Review. John has published a scholarly article on the constitutional limitations on the assessment of punitive damages awards. He spent his undergraduate studies at the University of Vermont where he graduated with a double major in Environmental Studies and Political Science. John is a member of the Florida Bar Association.
When he is not in the courtroom, John enjoys traveling with his wife, Ligia, and two sons, Thomas and Nicholas, to his wife's home country of Brazil. He also enjoys playing golf, strumming the guitar, and playing soccer with his two sons.
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