After a serious traffic accident, you need help more than ever. Turn to Corry Law to help get you back on your feet — legally, financially, physically, and emotionally — and return your life to normal.
Are you the seriously injured victim of a truck driver’s negligence? Was a loved one killed in a collision with a commercial vehicle? Our personal injury lawyers are on your side throughout the legal process.
Victims in the Florida Panhandle who sustain brain damage, spinal cord damage, broken bones, and other injuries in car accidents receive the aggressive advocacy they deserve from the Corry Law Firm.
The Corry Law Firm uses legal skills and knowledge gained through decades of experience to help injured victims of accidents and families mourning wrongful deaths throughout the state of Florida.
Whether you're looking for compensation for spinal injuries from a car crash, support for a wrongful death from distracted driving, help with nursing home issues, or anything in between - you'll find that our compassion for, and dedication to the needs of clients is just as strong as when our law offices were established.
William has been representing victims of vehicle accidents, wrongful death claims, and those in need of help with personal injury law for more than 38 years. More than a standard personal injury lawyer, The Corry Law Firm was built around the idea that compassion for the wronged was as important as compensation.
Mr. Corry is a fifth generation Floridian and was raised in Quincy, Florida.
Gregory's passion has always been to assist the victims of wrongful death claims. There is nothing worse than losing a family member or loved one, and fighting for the rights of those victims is central to his experience as a trial attorney.
Gregory has distinguished himself in the past as the recipient of the 2013 Tallahassee Bar Association’s Tom Ervin, Jr. Most Distinguished Young Lawyer Award. In 2014 Mr. Noonan was named to The National Trial Lawyers – Top 100 Trial Lawyers for civil plaintiffs’ work.More About Corry Law >>