Fluent in Spanish and English
Phillip A. Ortiz focuses on state and federal commercial and civil litigation, ranging from insurance claims to commercial disputes. Mr. Ortiz also serves as general counsel to several small to mid-sized business across South Florida, utilizing his unique transactional and litigation experience to most effectively serve his clients. Upon graduating law school, Phillip Ortiz joined a Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated law firm. He decided to utilize the experience and knowledge gained to establish his own firm and provided his clients with the same exceptional results in a boutique client-focused setting. He is committed to serving clients’ legal needs by providing the highest level of legal services.”
Member in Good Standing, Broward County Bar Association
Nationstar Mortgage, LLC v. Pedro Abigantus, et al., Case No. CACE 09-038724, the Seventeenth Judicial Court of Florida (Broward County). As lead counsel, Phillip represented the defendant/homeowner in a residential foreclosure matter successfully moved for involuntary dismissal of the action. The case was dismissed at trial, leading to a large award of attorney’s fees and costs for the defendant/homeowner.
State of Florida v. Victor Morales, Case No. 50-2011-CF-003236-AXXX-MB, in the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit (Palm Beach County). Phillip, as second chair, represented the client charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon on a law enforcement officer, fleeing and eluding, and resisting arrest with violence (was accused of dragging a Palm Beach Deputy 300 feet with his motorcycle, and incident was captured on a dash board camera). Obtained an acquittal of all Felony charges at trial. (Client had been facing 40 years in prison with a minimum mandatory of 5 years.)