Landmark Center One, 315 E. Robinson Street, Suite 550, Orlando, FL 32801 -
Marshall Dennehey's Orlando office is situated in the heart of downtown, overlooking Lake Eola. The Orlando office is mere blocks from state and federal courthouses and ideally positioned to service clients throughout central and northeast Florida. Its reach includes Jacksonville, Ocala, Gainesville, Daytona, the Space Coast, I-4 corridor and all points between. The Orlando office provides experienced legal representation in venues including the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the state Circuit Courts of Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau, Clay, Putnam, Marion, Alachua, Lake, Polk, Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach and Okeechobee Counties.
The Orlando office practices aggressive, well-prepared defense litigation by lawyers who are accessible and who practice and pride themselves on client relations. Its breadth of experience includes the successful defense of wrongful death, catastrophic injury, product liability, motor vehicle liability, alcohol liability, defamation and a wide range of premises liability cases. These include slip and fall, malicious prosecution, false arrest, negligent security, construction defect and elevator/escalator incidents. In addition, the office has distinguished itself in the defense of theme parks and issues relating to wild animals, amusement rides and crowd control.
As a regional office of Marshall Dennehey, the Orlando office is backed by the resources of a 500 lawyer firm. It stands ready to assist every client—be they individuals, small businesses, large corporations or insurance carriers—by providing high-quality, result-oriented legal representation that is both innovative and cost-effective.
For additional information concerning the Orlando office, please contact Bradley Blystone, Esquire, its managing attorney, by telephone at (407) 420-4406 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From I-4 (East):
If you are going East on 1-4, you should take the Exit I-4 at Exit 82 B (South Street). Stay straight onto S. Garland Ave., turn right onto W. Robinson Street/SR-526. You will go through a couple of traffic lights. When you get to the light at Rosalind, make a left and get into your far right lane as you will see the road splits and you will also see a dry cleaners on the right. Take an immediate first right, which is Ridgewood. Our building will be the second twin blue building on your right (Landmark Center One). Our parking garage is directly across the street from the two twin buildings.
From I-4 (West):
If you are going West on 1-4, you should take the Exit I-4 at Exit 84 (Colonial Drive). Turn left on Colonial a/k/a S.R. 50 and go to Orange Avenue and turn right on Orange Ave. Head South on Orange Ave. and take a left at Robinson Street (you will be heading East on Robinson). You will go through a couple of traffic lights. When you get to the light at Rosalind, make a left and get into your far right lane as you will see the road splits and you will also see a dry cleaners on the right. Take an immediate first right, which is Ridgewood. Our building will be the second twin blue building on your right (Landmark Center One). Our parking garage is directly across the street from the two twin buildings.
From Orlando International Airport:
Head north for several miles on State Road 436/Semoran Blvd. You will go several miles, through several lights. Eventually on your right will be the 408/East-West Expressway interchange – take the ramp marked 408 West (this is a toll road - $.75). Take 408-West to the Rosalind Avenue exit, which actually puts you on South Street. Turn right at Rosalind. Stay in your right lane. You will pass several lights and Lake Eola (which will be on your right). After you pass Robinson be sure to stay to the right and take your first right onto Ridgewood. You will see a dry cleaners on the right. Landmark Center One is the 2nd blue building on your right. The parking garage will be on your left across the street from the two twin buildings.