Brevard County Personal Injury Lawyer
John Futchko obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University
of Michigan in 1974. He graduated in the
top 10% of his class from the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University in 1984.
At school, John received several awards recognizing his scholastic work,
including Certificates of Excellence in the Study of Law for 1979 through 1983.
John also received the prestigious
American Jurisprudence Book Award in the Study of Constitutional Law. American Jurisprudence is now considered
a staple of law libraries across the nation. John has been practicing
law since 1984 and moved to Brevard County in 1992.
Areas of Practice
Over the course of his career, John has had the privilege and honor of
representing more than 2,500 people who have been injured by the negligence or fault of others. As a Brevard
County lawyer at the Melbourne law firm of Henderson & Futchko, P.A.,
John represents people of all ages who have been hurt in
slip and falls, or injured on
cruise ships. He has also represented people who have been injured by defective products
ranging from heavy industrial machinery to simple tools.
For insurance claims disputes, John represents people whose claims for
benefits have been
denied or withheld by insurance companies. John also practices in the areas of
family law, including collaborative practice, and criminal law.
Areas of Interest
John is a family man who is active in his community. John supported and
coached local youth sports while his son and daughter grew up in Brevard.
John and his wife, Gigi, have been avid supporters of the mission of Candlelighters
of Brevard, a non-profit organization that offers support and assistance
to children with cancer and their families.
Qualifications & Memberships
- Florida Bar member
- Michigan Bar member
- Licensed to practice in all Florida courts
- Florida Justice Association
- Brevard County Bar Association
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