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Meet Attorney Simon Wiseman

About Simon Wiseman

Simon Wiseman was born in a small town on the outskirts of London, England. Simon arrived in the United States of America 24 years ago on a college soccer scholarship. After successfully captaining his college soccer team and graduating with honors in English literature, Simon went on to law school at Stetson University College of Law.

After graduating from Stetson in May 2000, Simon followed his passion for trial work by joining the State Attorney's office in Orlando, Florida as a prosecutor. During his time as a state prosecutor, Simon was lead trial counsel in approximately 40 jury trials, including a murder trial and a high profile prosecution of a police officer In Osceola County, Florida. After leaving the State Attorney's office, Simon joined a prominent Orlando law firm, where he spent 3 1/2 years gaining further trial experience as a personal injury and commercial litigator. Mr. Wiseman gained an insider's perspective working for insurance companies defending the rights of their insureds in personal injury law suits of all types. Today, he has switched sides and now uses that experience to protect the rights of people injured in car, motorcycle, pedestrian and truck accidents, slip and fall, dog bite, defective packaging and product, and nursing home neglect and abuse cases.

In December 2005, Simon joined the firm of Paul & Coppock, P.A., later renamed David A. Paul & Assoc., where he was part of a dynamic team providing first class representation to clients in matters involving personal injury and wrongful death arising out of automobile/truck/motorcycle accidents, nursing home negligence, products liability, animal attack cases, and other negligence cases. In January, 2008, Simon formed the law firm, Williams & Wiseman, P.A., representing clients in criminal defense, personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, premises liability and nursing home negligence matters. Combined, Simon and his former partner tried just under 100 criminal and personal injury cases.

On May 1, 2012, Simon formed the law firm, The Wiseman Law Firm, a boutique personal injury and criminal defense law firm which prides itself on helping people who have been significantly or catastrophically injured or have suffered death because of someone else's negligence, and defending individuals accused with all sorts of crimes.

Simon is admitted and licensed by the Solicitor's Regulation Authority as a Solicitor (lawyer) in England and Wales, which allows him to practice law in both England and Wales. Simon represents English, Welsh and Scottish clients who have suffered personal injury while in America. Usually these personal injuries result from car accidents, accidents at theme parks, slip/flop and falls, and accidents at hotels, beaches, shopping malls, and restaurants. Simon has obtained several multi-million dollar jury verdicts at trial, his latest was in November for $3.2 million in a car accident case. He has also obtained many, many multi-million dollar settlements ranging from a million dollars up to $8.9 million. Simon prides himself on getting the best results possible for his clients whether through settlement or trial. Most of his English, Welsh and Scottish clients go back to the United Kingdom to treat for their injuries. Knowing that Simon is a solicitor gives his clients from the United Kingdom comfort and confidence. Also, they know he understands the complicated web of socialized medicine (National Health System) which needs to be navigated in any personal injury case.

Away from the practice of law, Simon enjoys spending time with his wife, Kelly, and son, Ethan. Simon has been active coaching children's soccer in Central Florida for over 19 years. He also enjoys running, playing golf, snow skiing, soccer (coaching children and playing), and tennis.

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