Mr. Brigham is a third generation trial lawyer with experience in complex, high-profile cases involving real estate of many kinds. He is best known for work throughout Florida representing property or business owners in eminent domain proceedings. In 2008, Mr. Brigham was lead counsel in a case where he obtained the largest jury verdict in Florida state court eminent domain proceedings in the amount of $67,410,000 against the Jacksonville Port Authority. More recently, in 2013-2018, he was lead counsel in cases where he obtained three of the four largest jury verdicts in Florida state court eminent domain proceedings in the past five years against the Florida Department of Transportation in the amounts of $2,800,000, $2,900,000, and $4,905,000.
Mr. Brigham has also been retained in complex real estate litigation involving valuation, division, title, and use of real property. He frequently lectures on eminent domain, property rights, and trial advocacy.
Mr. Brigham received an undergraduate degree in English literature from Wheaton College, Illinois, in 1988 and his JD from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 1991.
You are invited to learn more about Mr. Brigham and his firm, Brigham Property Rights Law Firm, at www.propertyrights.com
Mr. Brigham is also recognized as the Florida member of Owners’ Counsel of America, a nationwide network of eminent domain attorneys dedicated to defending property owners. You are invited to learn more about Owners’ Counsel of America at www.ownerscounsel.com