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Todd R. McPharlin Joins Kelley/Uustal as the Newest Partner

Todd R. McPharlin has joined the Fort Lauderdale law firm Kelley/Uustal as a partner.

McPharlin is committed to the representation of those injured by reckless drivers, automotive manufacturers, medical device and pharmaceutical companies, tobacco companies, HMOs and insurance companies. Mr. McPharlin’s practice is devoted entirely to litigation. Additional areas of practice include negligent security, unsafe and dangerous workplaces, defective construction equipment, medical malpractice and insurance coverage disputes.

McPharlin obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminology from Auburn University and he received his Juris Doctorate degree, cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University. While at Nova Southeastern, Todd was a member of Moot Court, worked in the Criminal Clinic programs, and participated in programs that served to educate elementary and high school students about the legal system and the practice of law. Before entering private practice, Mr. McPharlin was an Assistant Public Defender for the Broward County Public Defender’s Office.

McPharlin is involved in The Florida Bar, the Broward County Bar Association, the Broward County Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice.

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