Meet Bloodworth Law Managing Partner and Attorney Alyson M. Laderman
Personal Injury Protection Litigation
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Litigation, also known as Florida No-Fault Litigation, involves lawsuits filed by medical providers and individual patients in order to pursue payment of insurance and medical payment benefits from insurance companies pursuant to Florida’s No-Fault insurance laws and automobile insurance policies.
Why I Became An Attorney
“I was initially drawn to the practice of law because of my father,” Alyson said. “He was a criminal defense attorney, as well as a civil litigation attorney, who at the age of 30 appeared before the United States Supreme Court with Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito as opposing counsel.
“But later on it turned into more of my sense of fairness and justice and being able to help people understand what they’re facing. To be able to translate the law into something that is more manageable and understandable so that people can navigate the legal process and get the results that they’re seeking to obtain.”
The Bloodworth Law PIP Team Growth
“When I started here at Bloodworth Law and started the PIP team, it was myself and a paralegal,” Alyson said.
“And within a month we quickly grew to add another attorney and another paralegal. And since that time, we are now seven members of a team on the PIP litigation side, working together, playing together and making sure that we provide the communication together to our clients.”
Clients Can Always Talk to a PIP Team Member
“Our clients are never without someone to talk to,” Alyson said. “Whether it’s the lawyer directly, of which we are always available, or an educated member of our staff who can help them navigate whatever issue they are coming across in their business.
Watching and Developing Bloodworth Law As It Grows
“Since working at Bloodworth Law, I have been an integral part of watching and developing as this firm has grown and continued to grow,” Alyson said.
Defining Florida PIP Case Law
“On top of that, one of the things I’m most proud of, is we have been a part on our side of the PIP litigation side of the practice in case law that is defining in the state of Florida that we recently received in the Fifth District Court of Appeals.
“I’ve had the opportunity to be class counsel, to work on appeals that really matter to our practice areas and we get to be the front runners in that litigation development process,” she said.
The Law Isn’t Black or White – It Depends
“Sometimes the hardest thing for a client to understand is that the law isn’t always black or white. There’s a running joke that if you ask a lawyer anything, they’re always going to say, ‘It depends.’
It Depends … On The Law
“But the reality is it really does depend,” said Alyson who has practiced law since 2003. “It depends on the law in our area, or the area of your business. It depends on the activities taken by the individuals on the different sides of the case.
“It depends on the attorneys litigating the cases, and it depends on the judges who are hearing the cases. And we take all of those, ‘it depends,’ and we give you the information that we can, as members of the legal profession, so that you can take those and make the best decision possible for you.”
Alyson Laderman Is A Supreme Court Certified Circuit and County Mediator
Alyson Laderman is also a Supreme Court Certified Circuit and County Mediator. She has been admitted to the U.S. District Court — Middle District of Florida, the U.S. District Court — Southern District of Florida, and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit.
Honors and Awards
Alyson is a 2022 Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite Attorney for her work in insurance litigation. She is a 2012, 2014, and 2017 Super Lawyer, and, a Rising Star for her work in Florida Civil Litigation.
A Florida native, Alyson earned a Juris Doctor cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law and was editor-in-chief of its Business Law Review. Alyson received a Bachelor of Science in legal studies with distinction from Nova Southeastern University.
If you’re a Florida medical provider with a PIP legal issue that you need to address, find out how the Bloodworth Law PIP Litigation team can help you or your business.
More About Bloodworth Law
Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth is Founder and CEO of Bloodworth Law with offices in Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida.
Reed built the law firm with experienced and trusted attorneys committed to fighting for clients on compelling legal cases across the state. Reed and the Bloodworth Law team represent clients in:
- Trust Litigation
- Probate Litigation
- Business Litigation
- Employment Litigation
- Estate Planning
- Mediation, and,
- Personal Injury Protection Litigation