Patricia H. Davis, Jacksonville Attorney at Law
Patricia H. Davis began her legal career as a tax law librarian at the Department of Revenue in Boston, MA. Her interest in legal research and finding the right case to benefit the client prompted her to become a paralegal. Patricia continued her legal career as a litigation and maritime paralegal in Tampa, FL and Anchorage, AK before settling in Jacksonville, FL.
Passion for the wronged and injured client led Patricia to realize that her voice on behalf of others would only be heard if she became an attorney. Patricia received her Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2006. She had many scholastic honors including the book award (highest grade) in Mediation and Legal Research and Writing, and multiple semesters on the Dean’s Honor Roll.
Upon becoming an attorney in 2006, Patricia had not only the book knowledge from law school, but had the practical legal skills obtained as a paralegal.
Prior to starting her own firm, Patricia worked for various law offices working in the areas of personal injury, insurance defense litigation, estate planning, probate, trust litigation, elder law, guardianship and general civil matters.
Patricia believes that a successful law practice is premised on responding to clients in a timely fashion, keeping communications open, and at all times, to all people, practicing law with civility. Patricia works closely with her clients and zealously advocates to secure the best results for their particular circumstance.
Patricia’s professional Association includes membership in the Florida Bar, Jacksonville Bar, Jacksonville Women’s Bar Association, Middle District Court, and Associate Member of the Chester Bedell Inn of Court. Patricia is a member of the Florida Bar Elder Law and Real Property, Probate and Trust Law sections.
Patricia’s community involvement to date includes pro bono work for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid; she has served on a human rights board for a company serving developmentally disabled persons and she has served as a board member of the local Jacksonville PFLAG chapter.