THE BARBER FIRM, LLC.
Zedrick Barber II, Esq.
Zedrick Barber II, Esq., is a leading attorney with great legal prowess and acumen dedicated to seeking and obtaining justice. Hailing from West Palm Beach, Florida, his practice expands throughout Florida with an expertise in wrongful death, personal injury, insurance litigation, criminal misconduct and business litigation. Zedrick studied political science with a concentration in law at Florida A&M University (FAMU) and later earned a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from FAMU’s College of Law where he excelled academically and led a number of local and national organizations.
Upon graduating from law school, he began practicing at Brown & Associates, P.A.; a well-respected and highly skilled law firm with over 25 years of legal service throughout Florida and across the United States. After obtaining immeasurable litigation experience there he created The Barber Firm, LLC.
The Barber Firm was founded on the principles of hard work, integrity and honesty. Zedrick has a proven record of fighting for full financial compensation by any legal means necessary. With a clear understanding of the insurance industry and its tactics, Zedrick is a thorough litigator with great experience navigating insurance polices and adjusters who often go out of their way to limit an insurance company’s liability.
Zedrick is a member of the Florida Bar Association and admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. His clients are comprised of those who have been forced to endure the tragic death of a family member due to the wrong doing of another, victims of motor vehicle accidents and business deals gone awry. He is focused on maximizing the representation and recovery of critically and fatally injured victims and those affected by shootings and other violent incidents. This includes incidents that occur on the premises of negligent property owners who fail to provide adequate security or warn patrons of known dangers associated with their properties.
Most notably, Zedrick currently represents the family of Jeffrey King, a man tragically killed by an All Aboard Florida Brightline train in Boynton Beach, Florida. His tireless work on this case is leading to monumental legislation that could cause Brightline to construct barriers along its route from Miami to Orlando costing the train company over $300 million dollars. His statements on this notable case can be found in USA Today, The Miami Herald and many more.
Martez Gordon, Esq.
Martez Gordon, Esq. is a native of Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Gordon is a graduate of Northern Illinois University, where he received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science. Upon completing his undergraduate degree, Mr. Gordon accepted employment at Hulse Detention Center, located in Vernon Hills Illinois, as a Juvenile Counselor and Probation Officer where he served as a bridge between troubled youth and the court for 3 years. Mr. Gordon then enrolled at Florida A&M University College of Law (FAMU Law); graduating from FAMU Law in 2011.
Immediately after receiving his Juris Doctorate from FAMU Law, Mr. Gordon went on to continue his education at the University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, where he received his Masters in taxation.
Martez Gordon currently resides in Hillsborough County, Florida with his wife and two children. Mr. Gordon grew up in a single parent home in the low income area of Chicago, Illinois, and was the first of his nine siblings to go to and graduate from college. He believes that it is his life’s mission to give back to the community that in so many ways has given to him, enabling him to become successful. Mr. Gordon regularly hosts legal seminars educating his community on the importance of understanding the probate process and how to proactively eliminate the stress of dealing with a loved ones estate. Though he is especially proficient in the area of probate law, Mr. Gordon focuses much of his practice on providing representation to those who have suffered injuries as a result of the negligence of others and representing people charged with committing criminal offenses.