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John Piccin of Piccin Law Firm is dedicated to seeking justice for his clients and has successfully litigated various personal injury cases, insurance disputes and wrongful death cases since the 1970s.

- Monday, November 28, 2016

John Piccin of Piccin Law Firm is dedicated to seeking justice for his clients and has successfully litigated various personal injury cases, insurance disputes and wrongful death cases since the 1970s. His experience as a trial attorney has provided countless clients with positive outcomes, and he has held the highest ratings in legal ability and ethical standards for decades. John has served as the past president of the North Florida Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, a prestigious organization of plaintiffs’ lawyers, defense lawyers and judges with the mission of preserving jury trials and the independence of the judiciary. It may come as no surprise that John is also part of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a national organization specifically for trial attorneys who have achieved verdicts or settlements of $1 million or more. John has also supported The Florida Bar and the community by serving two terms as chairman of the Marion County Bench and Bar Committee, which mediates disputes or difficulties that arise between members of The Bar and judges. John also served as chairman of the Fifth Judicial Circuit’s Judicial Nomination Commission, which investigates, interviews and recommends applicants for appointment to the judiciary. He also currently serves on the board of the Federal Bar Association’s Historical Society. John believes in this community, and he supports the Salvation Army and Kimberly’s Center for Child Protection, as well as the Humane Society of the United States. “I’ve supported the Salvation Army for maybe 15 years, and The Humane Society of the United States for probably as long as I’ve been in Ocala,” John says. His office is a block away from The Salvation Army, and he sees its beneficiaries almost every day. He and his wife, Mary, are grateful for what this organization provides to people in need. Both John and Mary are also animal lovers—Mary actually runs the family horse farm. This is one reason they find it so important to support the Humane Society. John mentions that it’s not the fault of the animals for being in the deplorable state in which they are often found. In the past, John also volunteered as a chairman for the Ocala/Marion County Chamber of Commerce and participated in several political campaigns. But primarily, John is a family man. “To me, my family is the most important thing,” he says. John and Mary have a daughter and a son—Katie Glynn and Tim Piccin. Now at ages 47 and 43, both are well into careers of their own. Katie is the Chief Deputy Clerk of Court Services for Marion County, and Tim is an F-16 fighter pilot, now in the United States Air Force Reserve, with over 150 combat missions, two bronze stars and several air medals. Tim also flies 737s for American Airlines. John and Mary also have a 9-year-old grandson, Rory Glynn, who keeps them busy helping with school activities and lessons from piano and soccer to tennis and rowing. John anticipates many more years of service to family and community. PICCIN LAW FIRM › 320 NW 3rd Avenue, Ocala › (352) 351-5446 › piccinlawfirm.com




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