Guy has focused on serving people in need whether it be a healthcare or legal challenge. Being a chiropractic physician and trial attorney allows me to bridge healthcare and law. Guy focuses his practice on helping the seriously injured receive fair and just compensation for their injuries.
Guy's trial experience has qualified him for the honor of being a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer. Guy has handled injury and medical malpractice cases throughout Florida state and federal courts, Indiana state and federal courts, Illinois and Colorado federal courts.
During his years of practicing law, Guy has gained experience in many areas of law including: medical malpractice, automobile accident, big rig accidents, civil rights claims, prison malpractice, Section 1983 actions, defective drugs and nursing home abuse. Handling these cases and combining his medical knowlege has exposed him to almost every type of medical malpractice case from the failure to timely diagnosis a heart attack, to common bile duct injuries during laparoscopic gall bladder surgery, to spinal surgery errors. Guy has also handled many traumatic injury cases including amputation, brain injury, spinal cord injury, paralysis and many others.
Guy considers it an honor when a client or a client's family displays the trust to retain him to assist them in their time of need and is always available to discuss a potential claim.
Licensed since 1999
|FL||Member in Good Standing||2000||08/12/2015|
|IN||Active In Good Standing||1999||08/30/2015|
|IL||Not Authorized To Practice Law||2000||08/17/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Certified Civil Trial Law||Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education||2012|
|Partner||Pejic & DiMartino, PC||2014 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|The Florida Bar||N/A||N/A|
|Self Published||The Five Things That Can Destroy Your Florida Accident Case||2009|
|Self Published||The Five Things That Can Destroy Your Indiana Accident Case||2009|
|Self Published||Why Most Victims of Malpractice In Florida do not Receive Compensation for their Injuries||2009|
|Self Published||Why Most Victims of Malpractice in Indiana do not receive Compensation for their Injuries||2009|
|Valparaiso University School of Law||N/A||law||1999|
|CLE Seminar||The Neurological Basis for Proving Permanency in a Non Surgical Soft Tissue Injury||2009|
|FIFEC||Deposition & Fee Hearing||2006|